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DT&L Fall 2015

Artificial Intelligence Executive Summary: What Have We Accomplished?

What is Artificial Intelligence? According to Stanford University, artificial intelligence is “the science and engineering of making intelligent machines, especially intelligent computer programs. It is related to the similar task of using computers to understand human intelligence, but AI does not have to confine itself to methods that are biologically observable.” AI is the first […]

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Virtual Reality: Ethical Issues, Global Impact, and Impact on your Career

Virtual and Augmented Reality Ethical Issues: There are a few ethical issues in regard to virtual environments which need to be addressed. These are related to human behavior, motivations, and inappropriate/ uncensored content in open sourced VR worlds. There are also physical and physiological health concerns in regard to the virtual reality experience. As the […]

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VR Effects on Education

Virtual Reality (VR) has the potential to revolutionize industries like healthcare and entertainment, but a little known disruptive possibility for VR is in the education industry. VR is the type of technology that allows for a unique experience that can only be rivaled, if at all, by the same experience in the physical world. The […]

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The Constant Change of the Retail Landscape

In a perfect world, we would seamlessly integrate technology and retail to make a happy consumer. Although, as we can imagine-this is not as easy as it sounds. The new concept of retail is to make goods available through an online platform and the integration of mobile apps. However, this leads a lot of room […]

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The Disruptive Forces that Changed the Retail Industry – Final Deliverable

In How Are We Going to Deal With Disruption, the retail team meshes our research discoveries for the four key segments in retail, which we refer to as the “4C’s” – Culture, Cost, Customer and Channel with our trending topics. The research component, which is illustrated entirely under the tag ShopTillWeDisrupt, traces our initial background research stage to our feedback stage to our final research stage, […]

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Algorithm for Opinions

If one watches a movie or a reality show set back as little as ten years ago, about the rich and famous, one thing they had that most people don’t is a personal stylist. A personal stylist is a person that studies your personal tastes in clothing, keeps up with trends, and presents current clothes […]

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The Price Match Guarantee

We have constant access to almost everything due to the internet. We are able to tell how much a sweater is at Walmart to how much it is at J.Crew to how much it is at a small boutique in Idaho. With technology giving us access to everything, companies have become very price transparent. We […]

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