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U.S. families are spending 24% of their annual income on childcare

  By Pavithra Mohan January 18, 2024 The pandemic upended the childcare industry, forcing providers to shut their doors—in many cases permanently—and leaving parents with even fewer options than they had prior. By now, the $24 billion in federal aid that was secured for the childcare industry during the pandemic has dried up, leaving many … Continue reading U.S. families are spending 24% of their annual income on childcare

Too many leaders fear their younger coworkers. Here’s what they should do instead

  By Bill Adams January 18, 2024 Retirement just isn’t what it used to be. Many executives 65 and older are choosing to work for longer—and they are being asked to stay. One reason executives are being asked to delay retirement is because companies are afraid of change and they are ill-prepared for change. Retirement-aged … Continue reading Too many leaders fear their younger coworkers. Here’s what they should do instead

Instagram’s founders are shutting down Artifact, their year-old news app

Instagram’s founders are shutting down Artifact, their year-old news app The app was known for AI-powered features and Reddit-like posting abilities. Karissa Bell   Sat, Jan 13, 2024 Artifact Artifact, the buzzy news app from Instagram co-founders Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger, is shutting down less than a year after its launch. In a note … Continue reading Instagram’s founders are shutting down Artifact, their year-old news app

AI is adding to marketers’ responsibilities while diminishing their influence

Marketing is getting more involved with cross-functional teams — and a lot of non-marketers don’t see this as a value add. Constantine von Hoffman on November 29, 2023 The enterprise-wide adoption of AI is adding to marketers’ responsibilities but diminishing their control over key technologies. That’s the conclusion of new Gartner reports about what CMOs … Continue reading AI is adding to marketers’ responsibilities while diminishing their influence

OpenAI nearly blew up their $80 billion company. But was the issue they were reportedly arguing over really the right issue?

  By Chris Stokel-Walker November 22, 2023 On Tuesday night, OpenAI announced that it had reached an agreement in principle for cofounder and recently ousted CEO Sam Altman to return to the company. As part of the arrangement, the $80 billion company will also have a new board composed of Bret Taylor, Larry Summers, and … Continue reading OpenAI nearly blew up their $80 billion company. But was the issue they were reportedly arguing over really the right issue?

Over half of employees, including white men, downplay parts of their identity to fit in better at work

  By Shalene Gupta November 14, 2023 The rhetoric around DEI has changed, but how much have things actually changed for employees? Deloitte and the Meltzer Center for Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging at NYU School of Law collaborated on a study where they surveyed 1,269 employees across the United States about “covering,” or downplaying the … Continue reading Over half of employees, including white men, downplay parts of their identity to fit in better at work

YouTube will let musicians and actors request takedowns of their deepfakes

YouTube will let musicians and actors request takedowns of their deepfakes The company is also rolling out clearer labels on content created using AI. Sarah Fielding Tue, Nov 14, 2023 ASSOCIATED PRESS YouTube has announced new steps to combat AI misuse and misinformation that will roll out over the coming months. The new policies address … Continue reading YouTube will let musicians and actors request takedowns of their deepfakes

Search Agencies Are Building Their Own Empire

Search Agencies Are Building Their Own Empire by Laurie Sullivan , Staff Writer @lauriesullivan, October 20, 2023 Google AdSense on Thursday rolled out related search advertisements for the automotive industry that shows content-related search terms on pages users view. The feature helps to improve an advertiser’s targeting by ensuring only contextually relevant ads are served to users. The … Continue reading Search Agencies Are Building Their Own Empire