Nothing says summer in America like our National Pastime.
Topics: Original Series
MarketScale Sports and Entertainment, presents our trailer for our upcoming Savannah Bananas series debut, highlighting the challenges, processes, opportunities, technologies and leadership lessons from owning and operating a 'fans first' baseball team.
Elliott Levine, Distinguished Technologist and Director of Education for HP sits down with us to talk about how VR and other technology can revolutionize the way educators approach a classroom setting in the future.
Topics: virtual reality
Artificial intelligence has found a way to affect every aspect of the healthcare industry, from improving patient care & prevention to reducing administrative costs. Tom Lawry, Director of Worldwide Health for Microsoft, came on the podcast to tell us how AI is applied in new ways every day in the industry, even with social responsibility concerns of the technology. Tom also told us how Microsoft found itself in the healthcare space.
Topics: artificial intelligence
Today we sit down with Judd Garrett, Director of Advance Scouting with the Dallas Cowboys. He tells us how in-depth analytics tools are changing the ways sports teams prepare for opponents, making sure every play is keeping players’ strengths and weaknesses in mind.
Digital natives love YouTube, devouring hours of video daily. It’s even making them better at what they do. Take the story of 20-year-old Jayson Tatum, star of the Boston Celtics, featured in the Wall Street Journal. While his youth certainly has a lot to do with his ability on the court, his age also gives him different tools than those of the generations before him. He grew up watching YouTube videos. To be more precise, he didn’t just watch them. He studied them. That’s how people learn today. If you want to know how to do something or become better at it, there’s bound to be thousands, if not millions, of videos to help you.
MarketScale analytics operations manager Thomas 'TC' Riley is on the road this week and on Thursday traveled to his fourth state since the start of the week.
Our Analytics Manager Thomas Riley continued his Midwest trip on Wednesday and found himself in Chicago, IL.