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Why you shouldn’t worry about robots replacing the jobs of humans

Monday, 1 June
Why you shouldn’t worry about robots replacing the jobs of humans

Recently, Old Taskmaster has read a lot about how robots could mean the end of many careers – and frankly, I’m sick of the whinging! Here’s why the rise of the machines is less of a jobs threat than some claim.

Technology

Start-up TV

Seven pieces of startup advice from Envato co-founder Collis Ta’eed

Envato co-founder Collis Ta’eed says he didn’t realise venture capital was an option when looking at ways to grow the business in its early days.

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Elephant vs rider: why research gets it wrong

Elephant vs rider: why research gets it wrong

Monday, 27 July 2015 04:32 | by Bri Williams

Two companies. Two well-intended product changes. Two examples of how failing to understand real-world behaviour can backfire.

THE NEWS WRAP: Grooveshark co-founder Josh Greenberg found dead

THE NEWS WRAP: Grooveshark co-founder Josh Greenberg found dead

Monday, 20 July 2015 22:31 | by Denham Sadler

Josh Greenberg, the 28-year-old co-founder of recently closed music streaming site Grooveshark, has been found dead in his house in Florida.

Marketing

Three marketing time-savers

Three marketing time-savers

Wednesday, 15 July 2015 04:29 | by Amanda Jesnoewski

To help you streamline your marketing efforts and stay consistent even when you are short on time, here are three marketing time-savers you can implement without impacting your results.

The top three selling emotions – and how to use them

The top three selling emotions – and how to use them

Wednesday, 1 July 2015 04:49 | by Amanda Jesnoewski

When we can convince our prospects as to why they should buy from us, and take them on an emotional journey to get there, we are in a far greater position to make the sale.

Technology

No-one saw apps coming, but their future will be unmissable

No-one saw apps coming, but their future will be unmissable

Thursday, 30 July 2015 04:23 | by Michael Cowling and James Birt

It might be hard to believe, but the first iPhone was unleashed on the world less than 10 years ago.

Folding graphene like origami may allow us to wear sensors in our skin

Folding graphene like origami may allow us to wear sensors in our skin

Thursday, 30 July 2015 04:12 | by Karl Coleman

Material scientists have found a way to apply the ancient art of kirigami – a way of building complex structures by cutting and folding paper – to the wonder material graphene.

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