Business Domain – 1000 Webu http://1000webu.com/ Fri, 24 Jun 2022 11:08:58 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://1000webu.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/default-138x136.png Business Domain – 1000 Webu http://1000webu.com/ 32 32 NiRA Names BusinessDay Best Online Media Website https://1000webu.com/nira-names-businessday-best-online-media-website/ Fri, 24 Jun 2022 10:25:49 +0000 https://1000webu.com/nira-names-businessday-best-online-media-website/ BusinessDay Media Limited, the leading business intelligence platform in West Africa has been awarded the Best Online Media Website Award by the Nigerian Internet Registration Association (NiRA), the Internet .ng domain name registry. NiRA, which also maintains the database of names registered in the .ng country code top-level domain, honored private and public institutions and […]]]>

BusinessDay Media Limited, the leading business intelligence platform in West Africa has been awarded the Best Online Media Website Award by the Nigerian Internet Registration Association (NiRA), the Internet .ng domain name registry.

NiRA, which also maintains the database of names registered in the .ng country code top-level domain, honored private and public institutions and individuals whose adoption has promoted the .ng brand. The 2022 .ng awards, in its fifth edition, recognized 22 private entities and four public institutions, as well as 6 individuals.

“The Awards promote Nigerian businesses, individuals, charities and public and private sector organizations that are helping to make the internet a more secure, open, accessible and rewarding experience for all by using .ng domains for their presence. online,” said Muhammed Rudman. , President of NiRA.

Winners in different categories include GigaLayer Web Hosting & Domains, .ng Company of the Year; Smart Web Nigeria Limited, Best Local Hosting Company; National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), most innovative online service provider; CoLab, best technology hub website/portal; Fidelity Bank, Best Banking or Insurance Website/Portal; Groupfarma, Best AgriTech Company of the Year; ALAT by Wema, best electronic payment site/portal; Akwa Ibom State, Digital Innovation State Government; Covenant University, Top Higher Education Institution Website/Portal; Nigeria Mining Cadastre Bureau, Digital Innovation in the Federal Government; Jumia Nigeria, best e-commerce site; Guardian Nigeria, Best Print Media Website/Portal; Dr. William Kupiec Girls Academy, Best Primary/Secondary Website/Portal; BusinessDay, best online media website; Mydot.ng, Startup of the Year; Benue TV, best electronic media website; ALAT by Wema Bank, .ng Fintech Company of the Year; Planet101.1FM, electronic media (radio) website.

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Individuals who have distinguished themselves in the .NG domain name system have also been honored with special NiRA recognition awards. They understand; Isaac Adeola Odeyemi, Chris Nwannenna, Shehu Sikiru, Reverend Sunday Folayan and Edith Udeagu, while Sola Akinpelu of HerVest NG received the NiRA Presidential Award for Women’s Development

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TOP 100: Inside L3Harris’ plan to disrupt the defense market https://1000webu.com/top-100-inside-l3harris-plan-to-disrupt-the-defense-market/ Wed, 22 Jun 2022 17:51:50 +0000 https://1000webu.com/top-100-inside-l3harris-plan-to-disrupt-the-defense-market/ Since opening nearly three years ago, L3Harris Technologies’ message to the defense market has essentially been that “business as usual” will not suffice in tomorrow’s competitive environment or even today’s. . Just look at all the ways L3Harris has marketed itself as the industry’s “sixth non-traditional premier” – a tagline making clear both its size […]]]>

Since opening nearly three years ago, L3Harris Technologies’ message to the defense market has essentially been that “business as usual” will not suffice in tomorrow’s competitive environment or even today’s. .

Just look at all the ways L3Harris has marketed itself as the industry’s “sixth non-traditional premier” – a tagline making clear both its size relative to America’s five largest defense equipment companies and how the company wants to do things differently.

Two announcements from L3Harris this year further illustrate this point: a partnership with venture capital investment firm Shield Capital to work and invest in promising technology start-ups, and the official unveiling of an Agile development group to accelerate the new systems.

The company is ranked 10th in Washington’s Top 100 Technologies in 2022 with more than $4 billion in prime contracts.

While chatting with L3Harris executive Sean Stackley about the big idea behind these moves, he pointed to a second identity the company touts – the “Trusted Disruptor” for the U.S. military and its adoption allies. and technological advancement.

Acting as a “trust disruptor” means, in some cases, looking at the issues facing industry and business with a clean sheet of paper to begin with.

“You have to embrace things like digital engineering, open systems architecture,” said Stackley, president of the Integrated Mission Systems segment.

“Open systems is not only a technical framework, it is also a business relationship with the customer,” added the former assistant secretary of the navy for research, development and acquisition.

Systems development is certainly a joint effort between companies like L3Harris and their Department of Defense client, but the companies also need to work on the next big thing.

L3Harris spends about 4% of its annual revenue on independent research and development projects, Stackley told me. The ADG entity has revenue of about $1 billion, but has dotted lines for each of the company’s businesses, he added.

The Shield partnership and Agile Development Group both have priority key technology areas, but these will inevitably expand into other areas and overlap between these initiatives, as Stackley said.

Stackley said the first four key areas of the L3Harris-Shield collaboration are cybersecurity, space, artificial intelligence and autonomy. This partnership emphasizes dual-use technologies, or those that have proven successful in commercial markets and can be adapted for defense programs.

Even with all the talk and advancements in AI over the past few years, Stackley described this technological capability as “one area that I think we’re all growing in: we’re the defense industry.”

“It’s a bit of a blank slate, but it’s an area where the nation needs to move quickly to be able to face the Chinese threat head-on,” Stackley said.

Stackley called the ADG team’s priorities as including both kinetic and non-kinetic advanced weapons systems, digital aperture technology, autonomy and unmanned for all potential areas of conflict.

Autonomy and unmanned is a clear area of ​​overlap between L3Harris’ work with Shield to find tech start-ups in this space and what ADG is working on in AI.

Stackley said the end goal is not just autonomous ships, but the ability of those platforms to complete a mission on their own.

The ambition he described is reflected in the Navy’s ongoing work to develop a concept of operations for unmanned surface ships, which the branch wants to have a wide range of capabilities, including sustaining at sea.

“But that’s not why you have unmanned surface ships, it’s the mission that it needs to be able to accomplish while supporting itself,” Stackley said.

L3Harris believes that part of the answer to making these platforms work on their own may come from ADG’s work on open systems architecture and digital engineering, both of which point to a desire to exchange Augmentation technologies inside and outside a ship as needed.

While L3Harris talks about being the “trust disrupter,” it also seems like the company trusts others to disrupt itself.

“If the Department of Defense and the defense industry continue as usual, addressing China’s national security challenges, we will stop talking about them as a near peer.

“We’re going to wish we were a near-peer, so we need to pick up the pace, and that requires an approach to these issues (that is to say) a disruptive approach.”

(A future episode of our Project 38 podcast will feature my full conversation with Stackley which begins by telling him the story of how L3Harris’ agile development group was founded, then discusses what the company is learning from its work with Shield Capital and his perspective on the growing market discussion of “dual-use” technologies)

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Decipher the NFT NYC co-sponsorship events with BeetsDAO, the unstoppable domains https://1000webu.com/decipher-the-nft-nyc-co-sponsorship-events-with-beetsdao-the-unstoppable-domains/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 21:35:01 +0000 https://1000webu.com/decipher-the-nft-nyc-co-sponsorship-events-with-beetsdao-the-unstoppable-domains/ Even in the midst of a crypto bear market, NFT fanatics from around the world will flock to New York this week for the second year of NFT NYC, and Decrypt will cover every inch of it and have a key presence at several events. This year, Decrypt Media is co-sponsoring two major events: GRAVITY […]]]>

Even in the midst of a crypto bear market, NFT fanatics from around the world will flock to New York this week for the second year of NFT NYC, and Decrypt will cover every inch of it and have a key presence at several events.

This year, Decrypt Media is co-sponsoring two major events: GRAVITY by BeetsDAO on June 22 and the 90s Forever After Party by Unstoppable Domains, 90s Babes NFTs and Polygon Studios on June 23.

The team of Decrypt editorial, its sister company and production studio Web3 Decipher the studiosand PubDAOthe decentralized newswire co-founded by Decryptwill be available throughout the week for the NFT NYC festivities.

If you’re in New York for the week, look up Decrypt team members moderate panels and interview attendees, and keep it locked to our site for news, videos, and other takeaways of the week.

GRAVITY by BeetsDAO

See art installations, DJ sets, live creative performances, including a 70-foot interactive exhibit and smart panel discussions featuring a who’s who in NFTs.

When: Wednesday, June 22, from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Where: Loft Story, Williamsburg, Brooklyn

To register for the event, hit your NFT Founder’s Pass by BeetsDAO.

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90s forever NFT NYC after party

In addition to the main sponsors of this 90s-themed party Unstoppable Domains, 90s Babes and Polygon Studios, co-sponsors include Bitsky, SuperLayer, Arcadia Groupand mystical brotherhood. As an official media sponsor, Decrypt will be on hand to talk to people and cover performances, celebrity appearances and art presentations.

When: Thursday, June 23, from 9:30 p.m. to 2 a.m.

Where: Club Nebula, Manhattan

To register for the event, go to 90sforever.xyz.

Decrypt journalists are also available for media interviews throughout the week to demystify what is happening and discuss this cultural moment in crypto. To schedule a briefing with one of the team’s experts, contact megan@grithaus.agency.

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Storyboard18 – Stacks and Strategies https://1000webu.com/storyboard18-stacks-and-strategies/ Sun, 19 Jun 2022 04:05:00 +0000 https://1000webu.com/storyboard18-stacks-and-strategies/ 2020 has been a year of user base growth for gaming companies in India. The user base of old and new companies has multiplied over the year, leading to the next bout of growth for these brands in 2021 in terms of monetization. In 2022, game companies are improving their selling points by offering advanced […]]]>

2020 has been a year of user base growth for gaming companies in India. The user base of old and new companies has multiplied over the year, leading to the next bout of growth for these brands in 2021 in terms of monetization. In 2022, game companies are improving their selling points by offering advanced targeting options to their advertisers and acquiring adtech companies to help them.

According to domain experts with better targeting, game companies sell more inventory at better prices and also incentivize new brands to advertise on their platforms.

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First-party data, as experts say, is always the sweetener and game companies want to make the most of it. The two options they have to achieve this are to partner with an adtech company or start one in-house.

In January 2022, Nazara Technologies Limited announced that it had entered into an agreement to acquire a 55% stake in programmatic advertising and monetization company Datawrkz, where it would acquire a 33% stake in the first tranche by April 22 and would reserve an option to acquire another 22% in the second tranche which is expected to close in the fourth quarter of FY23.

This happened around the same time that Microsoft also announced plans to acquire US video game company, Activision Blizzard, in an all-cash deal valued at $68.7 billion.

This acquisition, according to a statement released by Microsoft, would accelerate the company’s growth in mobile, PC, console and cloud gaming and also provide building blocks for the metaverse.

Big game: M&A deals, gaming-focused ad tech

Similar plans are increasingly fueling such mergers and acquisitions across the world, including in India. Nazara, for example, believes this partnership will help it deliver highly optimized performance-based marketing solutions and improve its overall offerings across the spectrum.

According to Nazara Technologies CEO Manish Agarwal, the growth of gaming-focused advertising technology will be exponential over the next decade in all geographies with the growth of gamers and game publishers on freemium, web3. 0 and skill-based real money games.

“Adtech companies with deep data processing capabilities and first-party data ownership will emerge as winners in gaming-focused adtech,” he said in a statement.

While the online gambling industry across India was valued at around Rs 79 billion in 2021, marking a jump from around Rs 65 billion the previous year, according to business intelligence firm Statista, the sector is expected to be worth over 150 billion rupees. by 2024.

A significant portion of this growth will come from advertising revenue, experts predict, and this is where the role of ad technology comes in. Targeted ads, like any other platform, should drive better ad volumes and drive revenue growth in the process.

Explaining how partnering with adtech companies boosts a gaming company’s monetization reach, Niraj Bora, Founder and MD – Surmount Business Advisors Pvt Ltd says, “Partnerships like these maintain dominance and increase offering differentiation. . Changing market dynamics allow these acquisitions to keep innovations in the core business alive. »

What’s in it for businesses?

Taking Nazara as an example, Bora told Storyboard18, “Nazara’s core business, gaming, generates huge data and ads are one of the main sources of revenue. With Datawrkz on board, they will now improve the global offerings across the entire spectrum.”

Companies that aren’t looking to partner with these companies are investing in an in-house adtech model to accelerate advertising growth on their platforms. One such example is Rooter. The game streaming platform is working on developing its own adtech model. The model, which should be ready by the end of the year, will increase the effectiveness of all ads on the platform by 40-50%, says Piyush Kumar, founder of Nazara.

“We work with over 100 brands every year and want to automate the process to better serve advertisers and increase their ROI. This helps the overall ecosystem drive growth for us and our partner advertisers,” Kumar added.

Kumar also believes that with better targeting with first-party data, advertising demand on their platform should increase by up to 25%.

According to Statista, revenue from the mobile gaming segment is expected to show an annual growth rate (CAGR 2022-2026) of 7.01% and experts believe that advertising will strongly contribute to this growing number.

Note to readers: Storyboard18’s new Month In Focus initiative shines a light on themes and topics that are driving marketers to reshape and rethink the way brands engage with customers today. Our theme this month is Stacks & Strategies, a martech and adtech spotlight on how decision makers and marketers are advancing the adoption of new technologies and tech-driven strategies in the digital ecosystem. brand marketing. From defining trends and preparing for a cookiepocalypse to how progressive martech strategies help accelerate business and brand growth. Catch this special on Storyboard18.

(Edited by : Nishta Pandey)

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Multi-Domain MDM Market Research and Development Including Top Key Players IBM, Oracle, Informatica, Stibo Systems, Riversand Technologies – Designer Women https://1000webu.com/multi-domain-mdm-market-research-and-development-including-top-key-players-ibm-oracle-informatica-stibo-systems-riversand-technologies-designer-women/ Thu, 16 Jun 2022 21:29:33 +0000 https://1000webu.com/multi-domain-mdm-market-research-and-development-including-top-key-players-ibm-oracle-informatica-stibo-systems-riversand-technologies-designer-women/ JCMR Global recently announced Multi-domain MDM Market Report 2022 is an objective and in-depth study of the current state aimed at key drivers, market strategies and growth of key players. The Multi-Domain MDM study also involves the significant market achievements, research and development, new product launches, product responses, and regional growth of major competitors operating […]]]>

JCMR Global recently announced Multi-domain MDM Market Report 2022 is an objective and in-depth study of the current state aimed at key drivers, market strategies and growth of key players. The Multi-Domain MDM study also involves the significant market achievements, research and development, new product launches, product responses, and regional growth of major competitors operating in the market globally and locally. The structured analysis contains a graphical and schematic representation of the global Multi-Domain MDM Market with its specific geographical regions including the following key players IBM, Oracle, Informatica, Stibo Systems, Riversand Technologies, Orchestra Networks, Talend, EnterWorks Acquisition, TIBCO Software , Semarchy.

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Network and Domain Protection Software (COVID-19) to See Amazing Growth in Forecast 2022-2031 – Designer Women https://1000webu.com/network-and-domain-protection-software-covid-19-to-see-amazing-growth-in-forecast-2022-2031-designer-women/ Tue, 14 Jun 2022 14:40:08 +0000 https://1000webu.com/network-and-domain-protection-software-covid-19-to-see-amazing-growth-in-forecast-2022-2031-designer-women/ A new market study from Marketreports.info, the Global network and domain protection software market, is expected to experience tremendous growth in the coming years. Analysts also analyzed ongoing trends in Network and domain protection software and growth opportunities in industries. These shareholders include the following manufacturers of outdoor advertising: ZeroFOX, Comodo, GoDaddy, SolarWinds, Leaseweb, Namecheap, […]]]>

A new market study from Marketreports.info, the Global network and domain protection software market, is expected to experience tremendous growth in the coming years. Analysts also analyzed ongoing trends in Network and domain protection software and growth opportunities in industries. These shareholders include the following manufacturers of outdoor advertising: ZeroFOX, Comodo, GoDaddy, SolarWinds, Leaseweb, Namecheap, SiteLock, NeuStar, Sucuri, Cloudflare, Pointer Brand Protection, Sasahost, AppRiver, Webroot, MarkMonitor. The world Network and domain protection software The market research report provides a picture of the competitive landscape of the international market. The report conveys the details resulting from the analysis of the targeted market. Initially, the Network and domain protection software The market report shares key aspects of the industry with impact details and Network and domain protection software industry experts maintain consistent investigation with innovative trends, market share, and cost.

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Top Companies Covered in the Report: ZeroFOX, Comodo, GoDaddy, SolarWinds, Leaseweb, Namecheap, SiteLock, NeuStar, Sucuri, Cloudflare, Pointer Brand Protection, Sasahost, AppRiver, Webroot, MarkMonitor

By TypeCloud-BasedOn-PremiseBy ApplicationLarge BusinessSMB

Regional analysis:
• North America
• Europe
• Asia Pacific
• Latin America
• Middle East and Africa

Key search:
The main sources are industry experts Network and domain protection software industry, including management organizations, processing organizations and analytical service providers that deal with the value chain of industry organizations. We interviewed all major sources to collect and certify qualitative and quantitative information and to determine future prospects. The qualities of this study in the industry of industry experts, such as CEO, Vice President, Chief Marketing Officer, Chief Technology and Innovation Officer, Founder and key leaders of key companies and institutions in the major biomass waste containers across the world in extensive primary research conducted for this study We interviewed to acquire and verify both sides and quantitative aspects.

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1) Who are the main competitors in the network and domain protection software market?
Here is the list of players: ZeroFOX, Comodo, GoDaddy, SolarWinds, Leaseweb, Namecheap, SiteLock, NeuStar, Sucuri, Cloudflare, Pointer Brand Protection, Sasahost, AppRiver, Webroot, MarkMonitor

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Contents
Global Network and domain protection software Market Research Report 2022-2030, by Manufacturers, Regions, Types and Applications

1 Coverage of the study
1.1 Network and Domain Protection Software Product
1.2 Key Market Segments in this Study
1.3 Key Manufacturers Covered
1.4 Network and Domain Protection Software Market by Type
1.5 Network and Domain Protection Software Market by Application
1.6 Objectives of the study
1.7 years considered

2 Executive summary
2.1 Global Network and Domain Protection Software Production
2.2 Network and Domain Protection Software Growth Rate (CAGR) 2022-2030
2.3 Competitive Landscape Analysis
2.4 Market Drivers, Trends and Issues

3 Network and Domain Protection Software Market Size by Manufacturers
3.1 Network and Domain Protection Software Production by Manufacturers
3.2 Network and Domain Protection Software Revenue by Manufacturers
3.3 Network and Domain Protection Software Price by Manufacturers
3.4 Mergers and acquisitions, expansion plans

4 Network and Domain Protection Software Production by Regions
4.1 Global Network and Domain Protection Software Production by Regions
4.2 United States
4.3 Europe
4.4 China
4.5 Japan
4.6 Rest of the world

5 Network and Domain Protection Software Consumption by Regions
5.1 Global Network and Domain Protection Software Consumption by Regions
5.2 North America
5.2 Mexico
5.3 Europe
5.4 Asia-Pacific
5.5 Central and South America
5.6 Middle East and Africa

6 Market Size by Type
6.1 Global Network and Domain Protection Software Breakdown Data by Type
6.2 Global Network and Domain Protection Software Revenue by Type
6.3 Network and Domain Protection Software Price by Type

7 Network and Domain Protection Software Market Size by Application
7.1 Overview
7.2 Global Network and Domain Protection Software Breakdown Dada by Application

8 manufacturer profiles

9 Production Forecast
9.1 Network and Domain Protection Software Production and Revenue Forecast
9.2 Network and Domain Protection Software Production and Revenue Forecast by Regions
9.3 Network and Domain Protection Software Major Producers Forecast

9.4 Forecast by Type

10 Consumption forecast
10.1 Consumption Forecast by Application
10.2 Consumption Forecast of Network and Domain Protection Software by Regions
10.3 North America Market Consumption Forecast
10.4 Europe Market Consumption Forecast
10.5 Asia Pacific Market Consumption Forecast
10.6 Central & South America Market Consumption Forecast
10.7 Middle East & Africa Market Consumption Forecast

11 Upstream, Industry Chain and Downstream Customers Analysis
11.1 Upstream Market Analysis of Network and Domain Protection Software
11.2 Network and Domain Protection Software Industry Chain Analysis
11.3 Marketing and distribution
11.4 Network and Domain Protection Software Distributors
11.5 Network and Domain Protection Software Customers

12 opportunities and challenges, threats and factors affecting
12.1 Market Opportunities
12.2 Market Challenges
12.3 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis

13 key findings

14 Appendix
14.1 Research methodology
14.2 Author details
14.3 Disclaimer

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Father and son surfers bond out of boardshort gear https://1000webu.com/father-and-son-surfers-bond-out-of-boardshort-gear/ Sun, 12 Jun 2022 23:00:00 +0000 https://1000webu.com/father-and-son-surfers-bond-out-of-boardshort-gear/ Picture this, a father and son on a beach in Hawaii, taking a break from a surf session, swinging in their hammocks, discussing a business they could start together. It wasn’t the first time they had done this. For years, Gregg Greer and his youngest son Zeke have been brainstorming. It had become their hobby, […]]]>

Picture this, a father and son on a beach in Hawaii, taking a break from a surf session, swinging in their hammocks, discussing a business they could start together.

It wasn’t the first time they had done this. For years, Gregg Greer and his youngest son Zeke have been brainstorming. It had become their hobby, trying to imagine something no one thought of until they thought of it; looking for their Steve Jobs moment.

Since action sports are their thing – surfing, snowboarding, skating, anything mountain related – the ideal for them was to find a way to mix business with pleasure; find something they could sell related to what they like.

They would go through all the usual outdoor gear retail suspects: hats, shirts, shorts, shoes, etc., and come up empty. At one point they thought of a dating site for action sports people. They went so far as to pay for a domain name: shreddersonly.com. But after that, the idea more or less fell off a cliff. What did they know about online dating?

Lounging in hammocks in the summer of 2017, they were back to square one.

Then suddenly they had it.

Ties.

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Ties created by the father and son team of Gregg and Zeke Greer are pictured at Modern Missionary in Orem on Tuesday, May 31, 2022. The ties are made from the quick-drying material used in board shorts and are sold online, in surf shops and other retail outlets like Modern Missionary.

Scott G Winterton, Deseret News

Their inspiration was socks. They were talking about the sock revolution they had seen in church. Everyone always came in their Sunday best, but now Sunday included colorful socks patterned with everything from flowers and palm trees to Star Wars and Jazz logos – worn by teenagers and grandparents and everyone else. world in between, including Gregg and Zeke.

And it wasn’t just in church. It was everywhere. Stance socks had become a household name almost overnight. “Before Stance, we had never seen a pair of socks in a skate shop or a surf shop,” recalls Zeke. “They took a forgotten category and made it cool; we wanted to do that too.

Knowing nothing about tie making, after returning to Utah, Gregg and Zeke signed up to attend the Magic Fashion Trade Show in Las Vegas, an international gathering of entrepreneurs and innovators.

They were wandering the aisles when they came to a booth showcasing the stretchy, water-absorbent, quick-drying, stain-resistant, and virtually indestructible fabric used to make boardshorts.

It was just the material they were looking for to bond with surfing.

The man running the stand, they learned, was the engineer of the material used by many of the world’s top surfwear companies. He was from China and did not speak English. The Greers didn’t speak Chinese. It didn’t matter. Through hand gestures, they bonded and successfully brokered a deal to have 50 yards of the boardshort gear sent to America.

When the package arrived, Gregg passed the fabric to Amy, his wife.

“Amy went to YouTube and watched videos on how to sew ties,” he says. “She did one and it was kind of a disaster; she sewed another one and it was OK; then she sewed a third one and I wore it to church on Sunday.

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Products from Bombora, a father and son team business started by Gregg and Zeke Greer, pictured Tuesday May 31, 2022.

Scott G Winterton, Deseret News

The youngster Gregg was teaching looked at the colorful tie that looked like swim shorts and said, “I’d wear one.”

Zeke and Gregg named their fledgling tie company Bombora – an ancient Australian word that describes the big wave that crashes offshore during a storm – and made other prototypes, which they passed on to friends and family. family.

“The feedback has been universally positive,” says Gregg. “I know that’s not always a good thing because people will never tell you your baby is ugly. But enough people have said, ‘Where did you get that tie?’ that we thought maybe we were onto something.

By this point, Zeke had been college educated at the University of Utah, majoring in finance, and was at a career crossroads. Should he accept job offers from companies or delve into ties full-time?

“I chose the path of entrepreneurship,” he says. “Having more flexibility and control over my time felt better than going the more conventional route.”

In mid-November 2019, just weeks before graduation, Zeke and Gregg, along with Zeke’s sister Kensie as creative director and graphic designer, launched their website, bomboraties.com. They had a tagline: “Boardshorts for the boardroom” and a sales pitch: “If you have to wear a tie, why not wear one you like?”

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Gregg Greer and his son, Zeke, pose with some of their ties and a surfboard at the Great Salt Lake near Salt Lake City on Tuesday, May 31, 2022. The ties are made from the quick-drying material used in surfboard shorts. surfer and are sold online, in surf shops and other outlets like Modern Missionary in Orem.

Scott G Winterton, Deseret News

“It was awesome and we were selling ties and had a lot of excitement,” says Zeke. “Then COVID hit three months later – and we were dead in the water.”

“People stopped going to the office, stopped going to church, stopped wearing ties,” says Gregg. “Zeke suddenly has 2,000 ties in the distribution center, which is his apartment.”

Zeke found work teaching snowboarding, Gregg still had his day job, so they survived. The question was: the links?

Then the pandemic granted an unexpected blessing because the lockdown shifted their first-surfer purism to the larger market waiting at their feet: namely, Latter-day Saint missionaries.

“We wanted to first create a brand and be accepted in the surf industry. We thought if we went to missionary sales first, it wouldn’t work as well,” says Gregg. “Then we decided it didn’t matter. We say to ourselves: ‘We should probably sell ties to people who buy a lot of them.’ »

As the pandemic began to lift, Zeke managed to place Bombora ties in Mr. Mac stores, then Modern Missionary Menswear in Orem and other missionary-themed outlets.

It’s a perfect fit for missionaries, says Gregg. “You can fold it, scrunch it up, throw it in the back of your car and drive around for a month and put it on and it looks the same.”

Not that the Greers have given up on other markets as the economy reopens, especially the surf market. This summer, their plan is to head to California and hit some surf shops along the coast.

While they’re at it, they’ll also hit the surf spots along the way.

Business meets pleasure. Exactly what they were aiming for.

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Gregg Greer and his son Zeke walk on a Great Salt Lake beach near Salt Lake City on Tuesday, May 31, 2022. The pair’s ties are made of the quick-drying material used in board shorts and are sold online, in surf shops and other retail outlets like Modern Missionary.

Scott G Winterton, Deseret News

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It’s risky to be so deferential to artificial intelligence https://1000webu.com/its-risky-to-be-so-deferential-to-artificial-intelligence/ Thu, 09 Jun 2022 06:46:09 +0000 https://1000webu.com/its-risky-to-be-so-deferential-to-artificial-intelligence/ Placeholder while loading article actions In 2018 Pete Fussey, a sociology professor at the University of Essex, was studying how London police used facial recognition systems to search the streets for suspects. Over the next two years, he accompanied Metropolitan Police officers in their vans as they surveyed different pockets of the city, using mounted […]]]>
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In 2018 Pete Fussey, a sociology professor at the University of Essex, was studying how London police used facial recognition systems to search the streets for suspects. Over the next two years, he accompanied Metropolitan Police officers in their vans as they surveyed different pockets of the city, using mounted cameras and facial recognition software.

Fussey made two important discoveries during these trips, which he laid out in a 2019 study. First, the facial recognition system was woefully inaccurate. Of the 42 computer-generated matches that occurred during the six deployments he participated in, only eight, or 19%, were found to be correct.

Second, and more troubling, is that most of the time the police assumed that the facial recognition system was probably correct. “I remember people saying, ‘If we’re not sure, we should just assume there’s a match,'” he says. Fussey called the phenomenon “deference to the algorithm”.

This deference is a problem, and it is not unique to the police.

In education, ProctorU sells software that monitors students taking exams on their personal computers and uses machine learning algorithms to look for signs of cheating, such as suspicious gestures, reading notes or detection of another face in the room. The Alabama-based company recently conducted a survey of how colleges use its AI software. He found that only 11% of test sessions marked by his AI as suspicious were rechecked by the school or testing authority.

And this despite the fact that these software could sometimes be erroneous, according to the company. For example, it might inadvertently flag a student as suspicious if they rub their eyes or there is an unusual sound in the background, such as a dog barking. In February, a teenager taking a remote exam was wrongly accused of cheating by a competing vendor because she looked down to think during her exam, according to a report by The New York Times.

Meanwhile, in recruiting, nearly every Fortune 500 company uses resume screening software to analyze the flood of applicants they receive each day. But a recent study by Harvard Business School found that millions of qualified job seekers were rejected at the first stage of the process because they did not meet the criteria set by the software.

What unites these examples is the fallibility of artificial intelligence. Such systems have ingenious mechanisms – usually a neural network loosely modeled on how the human brain works – but they also make mistakes, which often only reveal themselves in the hands of customers.

Companies selling AI systems have been known to tout accuracy rates in the 90s, not to mention that those numbers come from labs, not nature. Last year, for example, a study in Nature examining dozens of AI models that claimed to detect Covid-19 in scans could not be used in hospitals due to flaws in their methodology and models.

The answer is not to stop using AI systems, but rather to hire more humans with special expertise to keep them. In other words, shift some of the over-reliance we have placed on AI on humans and shift our focus to a hybrid between humans and automation. (In consulting lingo, this is sometimes referred to as “augmented intelligence”.)

Some companies are already hiring more domain experts – those who are comfortable with the software and who also have expertise in the industry the software is making decisions for. In the event that the police use facial recognition systems, these experts should, ideally, be people who can recognize faces, also called super recognizers, and they should probably be present alongside the police in their vans.

To its credit, Alabama-based ProctorU has made a spectacular pivot to human babysitters. After conducting its internal analysis, the company said it would stop selling AI-only products and only offer monitored services, which rely on around 1,300 contractors to double-check the software’s decisions.

“We still believe in technology,” ProctorU founder Jarrod Morgan told me, “but having the human completely removed from the process was never our intention. produced, we took quite drastic measures.

Businesses that use AI need to remember its likely mistakes. People need to hear, “Listen, this machine is unlikely to be wrong. It sure is,” said Dudley Nevill-Spencer, a British entrepreneur whose marketing agency Live & Breathe sells access to an AI system to study consumers.

Nevill-Spencer said in a recent Twitter Spaces chat with me that he has 10 people on staff as subject matter experts, most of whom are trained to play a hybrid role between coaching a AI system and understanding of the industry in which it is used. the only way to understand if the machine is actually effective or not,” he said.

Generally speaking, we can’t knock people’s deference to algorithms. There has been untold hype around the transformative qualities of AI. But the risk of believing it too much is that over time it becomes more difficult to untangle our addiction. It’s good when the stakes are low and the software is generally accurate, like when I outsource my road navigation to Google Maps. Not good for unproven AI in high-stakes circumstances like policing, catching cheats, and hiring.

Competent humans need to be in the know, otherwise the machines will continue to make mistakes and we will pay the price.

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Parmy Olson is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist covering technology. A former journalist for the Wall Street Journal and Forbes, she is the author of “We Are Anonymous”.

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The second destruction of a black community in Tulsa https://1000webu.com/the-second-destruction-of-a-black-community-in-tulsa/ Tue, 07 Jun 2022 15:16:15 +0000 https://1000webu.com/the-second-destruction-of-a-black-community-in-tulsa/ Greenwood District, Tulsa, in 1978. Donald Thompson ran to photograph the Greenwood District in Tulsa before the city used eminent domain to bulldoze most of what was left of the once prosperous black community. (Donald Thompson) Donald Thompson is a social justice photographer who lives and works in Tulsa, Okla., and has deep roots in […]]]>

Donald Thompson is a social justice photographer who lives and works in Tulsa, Okla., and has deep roots in the city’s Greenwood neighborhood. Once a thriving and prosperous black community, Greenwood was largely destroyed in 1921 by a mob of armed white citizens in what became known as the Tulsa Race Massacre. During the 1960s and 1970s, Thompson photographed what he calls the “Second Greenwood Massacre”, when the city of Tulsa used eminent domain to bulldoze most of what remained of the Greenwood business district. . On the 101st anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre in 1921, I interviewed Thompson about his more than five-decade quest to capture and preserve his beloved community in photos.

—Karlos K. Hill

KArlos K Hsick: I would like to start by asking you about your relationship with Tulsa.

Donald Jhomson: My father was from Alabama and my mother from Louisiana, but they moved to Oklahoma with their parents in the early 1900s, where they met. They left Oklahoma during the Depression and traveled to California as part of the Great Migration. This is where I was born. After more than 25 years there, they decided it was best for us to come back to Oklahoma and start all over again. That’s how I ended up here. I had experienced a bit of racism and bigotry in California, but nothing like what I faced here in Tulsa. It was so thick, so widespread, truly intolerable. I was shocked and appalled, to the point that I wanted to go back to California. I didn’t understand why people accepted that.

That’s basically why I became a social documentary photographer. I wanted to show others what I was going through and what I was seeing with my own eyes. I wanted to highlight the disenfranchisement I saw in my community – the unrepresented and marginalized people, the oppressive social, political and economic injustice to which they were subjected. I wanted to provide an eyewitness account of what was going on. It was, for me, a horrible situation. But I think as I got more involved in Oklahoma and Tulsa, I started to understand why people accepted it. They were actually afraid to speak, because of what their parents and grandparents had been through in 1921. It was a brutal and traumatic experience.

Unfortunately, there are no known photographs of businesses in Greenwood prior to the 1921 massacre. Several photographers had shops there at the time, but they were destroyed by the invading mob. Reverend Hooker, for example, had a photography business on Greenwood Avenue. His shop was burnt down and I imagine his negatives or plates and other equipment was all lost in the fire. This is surely the main reason why we don’t have a record of Greenwood from before 1921 that shows the houses, businesses and people who were there.

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