When you visit a website, you can be extra sure that there are mechanisms to help you navigate through the site, and that is especially true for online commerce.
Online stores like Amazon have many ways to help the customer travel from one section of the website to another with the help of an AI that gives recommendations based on what is searched the most. Google utilizes the same mechanism, and so does YouTube. And Fabletics, and all online stores in the world that have achieved an excellent reputation among customers. Nowadays, online stores cannot rely on their well-designed layout to guide clients through the different sections: An AI created for the recommendation part of the website does a much better job than relying on humans to do the work.
This is where the Sentient AI technology comes in. Every e-commerce needs it.
In the e-commerce world, the Sentient AI is agreed to be one of the best options in the world as a whole for the recommendation part of online shops and stores. It has some of the best and most well-developed features of any “recommendator” out there, and Sentient AI is continually being updated to pack more functionalities and increase the potential to give feedback for visitors and customers. When it comes to e-commerce, Sentient AI is recommended by many of the most significant companies in the market.
The Sentient AI does search engine optimization very well. While visitors of the website add items to their shopping carts, the Sentient AI has the ability of showing, in seconds, the most relevant products based on these items. That allows for online stores to sell items that they would otherwise not be selling without the help of this technology.
Besides the SEO work, it also does recommendation in many ways possible, depending on the customization of the creators and developers of the website. The Sentient AI is customizable, there are many functionalities that you can turn on and off, and that adapts exactly to your needs for the technology. Not every e-commerce needs every functionality of the software, but the core recommendation is very necessary.
With Sentient AI, you can create a website without needing to worry about how you are going to develop a system to transport visitors from one product to the other. The recommendations of the Sentient AI are very simple to implement and use, and you don’t need an entire team taking care of the recommendation phase.
Global activism has long been a tried and true method of working to affect change across the planet in a myriad of causes which includes items such as human rights, animal rights, and climate change. So, the next logical step was to take these petitions and pleas for change to the internet in the form of an online activist network of which Avaaz is probably one of the most well-known and successful of the entries. It is a US-based civic organization with its early roots having been formed in 2007, and now the group which takes its name from the Persian word for “voice” or “song” boasts a platform with over 44 million members looking to make the world a better place one step at a time.
Ricken Patel is one of the co-founders and the current president, and he has helped shape the organization into one that is well respected by so many with related causes. For example, businesses such as the Huffington Post to the Guardian and People Magazine have all had positive things to say about the man who graduated first in his class at Oxford and then went on to pursue his master’s degree at Harvard.
One of the central tenets of the Avaaz civic organization is that they have transformed into a place where no donations from organizations or foundations are accepted, with the individual donor becoming the key component in all of the causes. Donations of more than $5,000 are also not accepted so that the burden is outstretched across a more voluminous group of people. Some of the most heralded causes to be supported by Avaaz are things like the Paris Climate Accord which was a great victory in fighting climate change through the end of fossil fuels and ocean conservation efforts in collaboration with key countries such as Palau. The efforts should only gain further momentum as more and more people become aware of the Avaaz platform and start to leverage it for change in their own locales while also supporting more broader efforts all around the globe.
It was recently announced that innovative medical company Tempus has raised more than $70 million in funds. The funds came from two core investors in the series C round, New Enterprise Associates and Investors Revolution Growth. Overall, Tempus has raised more than $130 million in three separate rounds of funding. This has all been raised since the company started in just 2015, launching it from a small medical startup to a top game changer in the field of cancer diagnostics. According to a recent article in Forbes Magazine, this brings the total valuation of Tempus to about $700 million dollars.
Tempus was co-founded by Eric Lefkofsky, who is a serial entrepreneur that also founded Groupon. He currently serves as Tempus’s Chief Executive Officer. Tempus is a rapidly growing technology company that focuses on data driven cancer care. It is a complete informational system that is seeking to become the world’s largest data base of cancer information.
Lefkofsky founded Tempus after realizing that although there is a mass of data about cancer treatment and research methods there was no singular operating system that allowed doctors to access that data. Most of the information was contained in physicians notes that were filed away at individual hospitals rather than a central system. Tempus is seeking to change all that by centralizing the data and information.
Lefkofsky’s vision is to utilize the power of technology to complete this process. This is incredibly beneficial for the cancer patients who can benefit from this information being in the hands of their oncologists and the team. Cancer care becomes completely personal with access to this multitude of information. Research gained from one patient can be accessed by an oncologist on the other side of the country in real time. Additionally, Tempus is scaling its Business to Business partnership. In 2016 they have partnered with the Cleveland Clinic, the Mayo Clinic and Duke University. Tempus continues to grow and scale, with more and more partnerships in the works for 2017 and beyond.