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This week’s news, distributed work is becoming the norm for many tech companies as the pandemic waxes and wanes.  Read how you can take advantage of this new way of working.

Welcome to The Digital Eye, your weekly roundup of the latest technology news. 

Our team of experts have scoured the internet for the most exciting and informative articles so that you can stay up-to-date on all things digital, data, blockchain, AI & analytics.

This week’s the Top Reads:

  1. How to take advantage of distributed work
  2. 95% Execs say hiring AI professionals is difficult
  3. Hong Kong Onedegree to Offer Insurance for Cryptocurrencies
  4. improvising claims processing for the insurance by use of AI
  5. Why Microsoft may beat Zuckerberg to the metaverse

Bonus Article:

  1. VIDEO – Citizen Data Science explained in 3 minutes!

 

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How to take advantage of distributed work

 

“Our philosophy is we’re not remote; we’re distributed intentionally in the same way that the internet is a distributed system” – Phil Libin, CEO @allturtlesco

 

How to take advantage of distributed work

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Distributed work is becoming the norm for many tech companies as the pandemic waxes and wanes. But there are plenty of ways to mess it up, especially if you’re attempting a hybrid solution — or if you’re secretly pining for the office.

I recently sat down with two experts on the topic to learn more: Wendy Nice Barnes, chief people officer at Gitlab, and Phil Libin, founder and CEO of startup studio All Turtles and mmhmm.”

shared by @TechCrunch

 


 

95% Execs say hiring AI professionals is difficult

 

The KEY TAKEAWAY – the most surprising finding is a perceived disconnect between AI ethics and productivity.

 

95% Execs say hiring AI professionals is difficult

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“In line with “The Great Resignation” that’s swept the U.S., a new report from information-based analytics provider RELX found that 95% of respondents view hiring and retaining AI talent as a challenge. However, what may be the most surprising takeaway is a perceived disconnect between AI ethics and productivity.

The majority of respondents (90%) believe ethical standards in developing and using emerging technologies can represent a competitive advantage for businesses. Those in the banking industry were most likely to feel this way (95%).”

shared by @VentureBeat


 

Hong Kong Onedegree to Offer Insurance for Cryptocurrencies

 

Onedegree becomes the first insurer to underwrite insurance policies for crypto assets in Asia.

 

Hong Kong Onedegree to Offer Insurance for Cryptocurrencies

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Onedegree, a virtual insurer based in Hong Kong, will provide insurance services for digital assets as part of a partnership with a local cryptocurrency exchange. By working together, the two firms hope to alleviate concerns discouraging potential investors from entering the crypto market.

shared by @BTCTN


 

Improvising claims processing for the insurance by use of AI

 

“AI will help claims organisations adopt proactive mindset & focus on risk monitoring, prevention, & mitigation”.

 

Improvising claims processing for the insurance by use of AI

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“improvising claims processing for the insurance industry by use of artificial intelligence.  Much has been said about Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its potential threat of replacing humans. While it looks like a distant event as of now, the insurance industry stands out in the way it is opening up to the potential of AI. ”

shared by @Dataquest_India


 

Why Microsoft may beat Zuckerberg to the metaverse

 

Metaverse is a virtual world where users can share experiences and interact in real-time within simulated scenarios.
By 2030 market expected $51 billion

 

Why Microsoft may beat Zuckerberg to the metaverse

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“When comparing Meta — formerly Facebook — and Microsoft’s approaches to the metaverse, it’s clear Microsoft has a much more grounded and realistic vision. Although Meta currently leads in the provision of virtual reality (VR) devices (through its ownership of what was previously called Oculus), Microsoft is adapting technologies that are currently more widely used. The small, steady steps Microsoft is making today put it in a better position to be one of the metaverse’s future leaders. However, such a position comes with responsibilities, and Microsoft needs to face them.

shared by @VentureBeat


 

Bonus Article

 

VIDEO – Citizen Data Science explained in 3 minutes!

 

Featuring the power of IMMERSA365 by @Incited

 

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