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Jennifer LeClaire
AIS CEO Reveals the Seven Deadly E-Commerce Sins
12/01/06 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1356 Words

Thomas Harpointner, CEO of AIS Media , believes he has some answers.

Harpointer has developed what he terms the "seven deadly e-commerce sins." Of course, there are many mistakes e-tailers can make, but there are some that are downright deadly. Those...

Jack M. Germain
Internet Franchising: Sure Bet or Risky Business?
01/23/07 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1019 Words

I don't see why franchises exist," Thomas Harpointner, CEO of AIS Media , told the E-Commerce Times. "Cookie-cutter franchises don't cut it anymore."

What Is Franchising?
According to , franchising is a business strategy for getting and keeping customers.

Rob Enderle
The Best Defense Against Fake News in Social Media
06/25/18 9:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1413 Words

I'm kind of surprised we haven't seen legislation to block the use of AIs in politics and litigation, because such systems likely would force a purge of existing politicians from both parties, and massively reduce the amount of money wasted on attorneys.

Peter Suciu
The Rise of AI: Give Me That New Time Religion?
11/16/17 3:17 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 957 Words

"The invention of writing and of printing revolutionized religions in the past, and surely computers are in wide use among religious people of many sorts," Neville said, "but I don't know whether this Way of the Future means to worship progressive AI, use AIs ...

Erika Morphy
Homing In on the Healthcare Consumer's Needs
06/20/08 4:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 636 Words

Marketers are definitely interested in vertical ad networks right now, said Joelle Kaufman, vice president of media operations at Adify, a vertical ad network management company and subsidiary of Cox Enterprises.

Third-party research shows that people tend to spend the most...

Thomas Harpointner
5 Tips for Getting E-Shoppers to Click on 'Buy'
10/05/08 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 864 Words

Thomas Harpointner is CEO of AIS Media , an e-commerce and marketing solutions...

Thomas Harpointner
Using E-Mail Marketing to the Max
10/04/07 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 789 Words

Thomas Harpointner is CEO of AIS Media , an e-business solutions company and developer of Excerpo Mail, a permission-based e-mail marketing...

Erika Morphy
Amazon, IBM Patent Settlement Leaves Thorny Questions Unanswered
05/08/07 2:52 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 690 Words

"In my mind, this agreement has opened a Pandora's Box," said Thomas Harpointner, CEO of AIS Media, which designs and services e-commerce Web sites.

"The claims are very broad and could set a precedent for IBM to collect royalties from tens...

Erika Morphy
Adobe Seeks ISO Certification for PDF Format
01/29/07 1:14 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 649 Words

Write2Market clients range from midmarket leaders such qs AIS Media, Infosurv and VoiceNation, to Fortune 500 organizations such as ADP and Heartland Rehabilitation Services. The documentation the company provides them has to live in their enterprise and "play nice" across not only...

Rob Enderle
Of Course Google Is Biased
09/03/18 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 2070 Words

Google Is Biased
People create the algorithms that Google uses, which increasingly are considered AIs. Any bias those people have likely will be built into the algorithms because we don't see our own biases. We don't intentionally put filters...

Rob Enderle
Dell's 'Alice' Will Guide Women Through VC Wonderland
05/15/17 10:38 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1345 Words

I've been through this process a few times, and the folks who get funding often seem to fall into three areas: people the VCs know directly or indirectly and think can execute; people who are bringing forward a solution that is trending (like social media ...

Rob Enderle
How AI Could End Stupid Thanksgiving Arguments
11/28/16 10:19 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1233 Words

Consider this same concept applied to all of your correspondence -- whether comments in email or over social media . The tool could operate in one of two modes: in one, it would insert a pause when you hit send, and ask...

Rob Enderle
How IBM'S Project Debater Could Fix the State of the Union
02/11/19 10:24 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 2169 Words

It could make the court system much fairer, and it also could make it far more difficult for a politician or biased media outlet to confuse or mislead us.

On this day before IBM Think, I'll explain how this new hybrid AI...

Rob Enderle
Using Technology to Fix the Flawed Impeachment Process
12/23/19 11:45 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1989 Words

Oh, and covering up problems that employees identify hasn't exactly been a brilliant strategy in or out of government, because social media is a thing, and those stories now have the potential to become national or even worldwide scandals. These scandals damage...

Rob Enderle
Facial Recognition and the Fight for Diversity
05/06/19 10:22 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1778 Words

Often the data sets are pulled from tech firms, staffed mostly by white males, or from the media, which in terms of volume seems to favor pictures of white males.

This is not just a problem for system accuracy -- it...

Rob Enderle
3 Things That Will Change Electronic Entertainment Forever
06/22/15 9:58 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1160 Words

This will be at least as disruptive as streamed media content was to the DVD-rental business, and by the end of the decade, I expect most new games will be streamed at 4K resolutions.

Your days of buying a game other...

Vivian Wagner
Keeping a Lid on It: New Motorcycle Helmet Technologies
03/13/12 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 926 Words

Helmet Wish List
Riders can be confused by all the bells and whistles on today's motorcycle helmets, but many of the features to look for are based on common sense, said Karen Aldana, director of media relations with the NHTSA.


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