Whether you are a professional, have your own business, or are a job seeker (or think you might be one day) the power and importance of having an up-to-date LinkedIn account cannot be understated.
After looking over some potential job candidates, you decide to interview one or more persons. Chatting away, things are looking good, and you just have one more question on your form from HR;
“What is your salary at your current position?”
BOOM! Just like that, you’ve broken the law and could be in big trouble.
In a global marketplace, tire business success depends on your ability to bridge cultural differences. If you are not fluent in the native tongue of the country where you are transacting tire business, then language is an obvious communication barrier, but misunderstanding the culture can also lead to lost tire business opportunities.
Just recently, Andrew Moore, the dean of computer science at Carnegie-Mellon University, has announced that researchers are giving up on the prospect of human-like Artificial Intelligence. What? In the middle of all this progress we’ve been making? Well, it turns out that the progress the AI field has seen recently has been more about refining the techniques we’ve had for years, rather than discovering anything new.