Named one of LinkedIn’s Top Voices in Technology, Shelly Palmer is CEO of The Palmer Group, a strategic advisory, technology solutions and business development practice focused at the nexus of media and marketing with a special emphasis on machine learning and data-driven decision-making. He is a trusted strategic advisor to the C-suite of leading digital media, content, broadcasting and technology firms and a key driver of market, technology and strategic direction, as well as acquisition strategies, for his clients.
Watching the Dismissive Nature That Helps Spread Disinformation Firsthand
Advertising works, but confirmation bias reinforcing content works better, and it is practically free to propagate.
Don’t Stress About AI Taking Your Job—Humans Will Do That Instead
Artificial intelligence isn't capable enough to take over jobs; other humans will do that.
Scientists and Health Professionals Overwhelmingly Think 5G Doesn’t Cause Cancer
Some wonder if 5G might cause cancer, but scientists don't seem to think it'll be an issue.
Welcome to Streaming Video Hell Where There Are Too Many Choices and Not Enough Time
Apple, Disney, WarnerMedia and just about everyone who can configure a streaming server is getting into the direct-to-consumer (DTC) content business.
Even the ‘Data-Poor’ Organizations Can Survive by Asking the Right Questions
Surveying readers is one way to get this information.
Politics Are About to Get a Lot More Personal Thanks to Artificial Intelligence
And it’s starting with your everyday apps.
Data Users Need to Reclaim Their Humanity Among All the Algorithms
Perhaps its time to update how we talk about digital labor.
As Deepfakes Get Faker, What Does This Mean for Our Future?
We've seen quite a bit of development already over the past year.
Facial Recognition Will Be Watching and Storing Your Emotions and Data
The tech can identify fear and other feelings you might want to otherwise hide.
Is Your Device Listening to You? It’s More Complicated Than Just ‘Yes’ or ‘No’
It's more influenced by data and past patterns than current conversations.
What Corporate America’s Shift in Education Versus Training Means for Big Tech
Perhaps more organizations should be investing in equipping their employees with the right skills.
Facebook Is Beginning to Resemble a Government Following Its Cryptocurrency Proposition
The platform takes on yet another aspect of a nation-state.