Tonya Hall sits down with Rick McNabb, founder and CEO of Optimity Advisors, to talk about the rapidly changing field of digital transformation.
Joe Tyrrell, executive vice president of corporate strategy at Ellie Mae, discusses how digital mortgages address the needs of all the buying and selling stakeholders, and how machine learning and artificial intelligence improve the loan experience for the borrower.
Charlie Cole, the global chief ecommerce officer at Samsonite and chief digital officer at Tumi, discusses the digital transformation of luggage as well as machine learning and artificial intelligence and how they find associations and correlations that humans may never find.
Andrew Grill, Practical Futurist, outlines the need for organizations to develop digital literacy in their C-Suite, with boards of directors and with major shareholders.
Peter Weingard, CMO of New York Public Radio, explains how embracing technology, experimenting with content formats, and having a blended revenue model have helped WNYC and its sister stations grow its audience even in the age cord cutters and adblockers.
Digital tools like social media, big data analytics, and open source platforms are radically changing how US political campaigns are run, how governments provide services, and who citizens turn to for trusted information.
Philippe Kahn, CEO of Fullpower Technologies and creator of the first phone camera, talks about how the combination of IoT and sensor technology with machine learning and AI is leading to a digital transformation of healthcare and wellness research.
Mike Schneider, CMO of BevNET, talks about how and why the food and beverage industry is using a combination of traditional retail, direct-to-consumer product distribution, and unique social media marketing to reach a new generation of consumers.