Germany announced this week that it will begin testing voice recognition software in its screening of refugees seeking asylum. The approach may help speed up the processing of hundreds of thousands of migrants, but some experts fear that the imperfect technology could cause more harm than good.
This is Part II of my walking tour of the Uniform Voidable Transactions Act (UVTA) a/k/a the 2014 Revisions to the Uniform Fraudulent Transfers Act. This article covers the most important definitions of the Act.
Giant sequoia redwood trees grow very tall. Bradford pear trees, not so much. It’s all in the genes. But there’s no genetic code for a business, which can become whatever its owner makes it. And that last fact creates two questions: 1) Should I grow my business? 2) How big should I grow my business?
Daniel Boria was not the first person to see Up and think it would be a great idea to fly around in his own balloon chair. But he’ll stand as an eternal example of how thoughtless this kind of stunt can be.
Who wins with Macy’s closing stores? Amazon. According to Prosper Insights & Analytics, Macy’s shoppers show a higher tendency to also shop at Amazon for apparel than shoppers at rival department stores. Read more in my report.