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Brad Parscale: Big Tech is becoming Big Brother

Posted by WWSG Staff on Sep 10, 2018 6:06:23 PM

social media platforms

This blog was originally published on the Washington Examiner and has been republished here with permission from the author. Click here to read the original article

Big Tech has a big bias problem.

Social media platforms that once facilitated the free exchange of ideas and information are now actively seeking to silence and censor conservative opinions.

This new Orwellian impulse that is taking over Big Tech is particularly problematic because social media websites, which are supposed to be safe spaces for all free speech, get special legal perks.

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Topics: WWSG's Top Speakers, Technology Speakers

Newt Gingrich: Space Entrepreneurs Will Change our Lives with Advances that Are out of This World

Posted by WWSG Staff on Jun 20, 2018 10:05:00 AM

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This article was originally published on FoxNews.com, and has been republished here with permission from the author. 
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Much of American history has been created by entrepreneurial pioneers who kept inventing things.

Eli Whitney created the mechanical cotton gin in 1793, which sparked a revolution in the ability to process cotton. His development of interchangeable parts for manufacturing revolutionized productivity in factories.

Robert Fulton launched the first commercially successful steamboat that brought passengers from New York City to Albany in 1807. Profitable, timely and efficient, it set a pattern for steamboats that revolutionized travel.

Cyrus McCormick patented the mechanical reaper in 1834 and created various innovative business practices that revolutionized agricultural productivity.

The Wright Brothers discovered how to fly in 1903.

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Topics: Newt Gingrich, Technology Speakers

Newt Gingrich: Here’s an incredible glimpse of what awaits us in the future

Posted by WWSG Staff on Apr 17, 2018 9:15:00 AM

Artificial Intelligence 

This blog article was originally published on FoxNews.com, and has been republished here with permission from the author.
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I had the opportunity to glimpse a large part of the future this week. I think you will find it as amazing as I did.

Dr. Kiron Skinner, a remarkable scholar, hosted me at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh.

According to the U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Colleges” rankings, Carnegie Mellon has the nation’s top graduate level artificial intelligence (AI) program and one of the top five undergraduate computer engineering programs. On Wednesday, the people at Carnegie Mellon showed me a few of the reasons they are held in such high regard.

Before I get into what I saw this week, let me better explain what I mean by seeing a glimpse of the future.

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Topics: Technology Speakers, Top Speaker on Politics, WWSG's Top Speakers

Announcing the Braigo Companion App with Shubham Banerjee

Posted by WWSG Staff on Oct 25, 2016 3:05:00 PM

Announcing the Braigo Companion App

From the same company that brought about affordable Braille printing using Legos, another product has been launched that helps visually impaired people. Braigo LabsTM and its founder, Shubham Banerjee, has created a software application that takes visual information and translates it into textual audio.

The visually impaired community faces a unique problem. Information is often visual-based, whether on the Internet or in our daily lives. While many companies and nonprofit organizations have invested capital to create tools that can help, many are standalone solutions and require upfront training. Some are more expensive, and others are unaffordable. Existing screen readers or accessibility tools on our computers today are not able to explain what an image says. This challenge extends across multiple languages and countries.

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Topics: Technology Speakers

3 Technology-Based Guest Speaker Options You Haven’t Considered (with Examples!)

Posted by WWSG Staff on Mar 10, 2016 4:00:00 PM

3_tech_based_speaker_options.pngSpeakers are in high demand right now. Every high school graduation, corporate event, industry conference, or other major occasion often requires some kind of keynote speaker. Just about anyone with both a reliable internet connection and an interest in that speaker can book those speakers. Tenacious and tactful event planners can make sure a speaker will be there on a certain day at a certain time, but how can they make sure that their event will have a good showing?

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Topics: Technology Speakers

What Do Everest & Treasure Hunting Have to Do with Your Organization?

Posted by Kelly Dieter on Dec 5, 2013 10:01:00 AM

How can you apply the lessons learned from climbing Mount Everest, trekking across lava fields in Fiji, utilizing drones to deliver packages, or treasure hunting the depths of the world’s oceans, to improve your organization’s performance and culture? 

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Topics: Worldwide Speakers Group, science Speakers, Exploration Speakers, Technology Speakers, science and adventure

The Big Data Revolution: Are You Ready? WWSG Speakers Can Help

Posted by Kelly Dieter on Jul 23, 2013 10:20:00 AM

Big data has been used to mitigate the H1N1 outbreak, reduce urban crime, and has even been harnessed to win elections. So, what is big data? Why should we care?

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Topics: Worldwide Speakers Group, science Speakers, Exploration Speakers, Technology Speakers, science and adventure, speakers on big data, big data speakers

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