Cherlynn Low @cherlynnlow The age of generative AI is upon us, and this week alone Google and Microsoft made major announcements around their respective products for the masses. While Google unveiled an “experimental conversational AI service” called Bard (March 16, 2023), Microsoft had a fuller slate of news to share at its event in … Continue reading Microsoft is already reversing some of the limits it put on Bing’s AI chat tools
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Bing Limits Chat Sessions As OpenAI CEO Says AI Needs Work
Bing Limits Chat Sessions As OpenAI CEO Says AI Needs Work by Laurie Sullivan @lauriesullivan, February 21, 2023 Microsoft capped its Bing chat sessions at 50 questions per day and five turns per session — defining “turn” as a conversation exchange in the artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot containing a user question and a reply from … Continue reading Bing Limits Chat Sessions As OpenAI CEO Says AI Needs Work
A showdown between an ad tech firm and the FTC will test the limits of U.S. privacy law
By Alex Pasternack September 08, 2022 Who gets to know where you are? The question is at the heart of a new lawsuit by the US Federal Trade Commission against a little-known Idaho-based ad tech company, Kochava, which regulators accuse of unfairly selling the timestamped location information of millions of Americans. But before government … Continue reading A showdown between an ad tech firm and the FTC will test the limits of U.S. privacy law
Work in Progress Limits: Getting started with the Agile Marketing Navigator
Experienced agile marketing teams can improve their efficiency by setting and adjusting work in progress limits. Stacey Ackerman on August 18, 2022 We recently introduced you to the Agile Marketing Navigator, a flexible framework for navigating agile marketing for marketers, by marketers in the article A new way to navigate agile marketing. The navigator has four major … Continue reading Work in Progress Limits: Getting started with the Agile Marketing Navigator
Instagram Live Extends Limits, Making Live Streaming a Better Option
Darren Low December 1, 2020 Instagram Live has changed the way it manages live streaming video, and we think it makes streaming a much better deal on the platform for brands. Live streaming saw a huge resurgence in 2020. This was mostly down to the fact that the world experienced a huge epidemic in the … Continue reading Instagram Live Extends Limits, Making Live Streaming a Better Option
Kanban Part 3 — WIP Limits, Blocked Items and Lanes of Service
Anthony Mersino September 16, 2020 In our previous posts, we looked at What is Kanban and Why is it Used and Getting Started with Kanban. In Part 3, we are going to drill in on a few special topics: Limiting Work in Progress, Blocked Work Items, and Establishing Lanes of Service. 1. Limiting Work in … Continue reading Kanban Part 3 — WIP Limits, Blocked Items and Lanes of Service
The Power of Upper Limits: How to Set Goals That Actually Work, Even In the Face of Uncertainty and Chaos
Mayo Oshin — August 16, 2019 Follow @mayowaoshin — August 16, 2019 In 1979, Howard Putnam, CEO of Southwest Airlines at the time, faced a complex problem and a difficult decision on the new direction to steer his company.  The deregulation act passed in 1978 opened the gates for a flood of new competitors … Continue reading The Power of Upper Limits: How to Set Goals That Actually Work, Even In the Face of Uncertainty and Chaos
The Big Lie That Limits Your Business Growth?
Brian Basilico — November 14, 2018 Follow @bbasilico — November 14, 2018 I want to talk about the big lie that limits your business growth. People are always looking for the magic bullet, the easy button, something simple that they could do that’s going to change the course of their business. The lie people tell … Continue reading The Big Lie That Limits Your Business Growth?
Why You Shouldn’t Match Your META To Google’s New Character Limits
Chris Sheehy — January 26, 2018 Follow @sidewalkbrand — January 26, 2018 This past December Google lengthened the character limits for the META title and description elements they will display for a webpage. These new changes mean Google will now display up to 70 characters (including spaces) for the title and up to 320 characters … Continue reading Why You Shouldn’t Match Your META To Google’s New Character Limits
Do You Honestly Convey Limits Upfront?
Personal Branding Blog — August 9, 2017 Septimiu88 / Pixabay Reputation management and personal brand development begin with good first impressions. But an overlooked fact is that most try so hard to please, they are not honest about what they can and cannot do. The improved approach is to convey limits upfront in terms of … Continue reading Do You Honestly Convey Limits Upfront?