Share: Google’s Creepy Robobear Spybot

Speaking of Google AI… the horror movie script just writes itself with this Google patent from a year ago, because of course a hack or glitch is going switches your child’s toy from “CUDDLE” to “KILL.” From the actual United States Patent and Trademark Office filing: DETECT A SOCIAL CUE, WHEREIN THE ANTHROPOMORPHIC DEVICE INCLUDES… Read More »

Share: How Do I Make Sure My Site Is Mobile Friendly? A Checklist

On, Google’s Webmaster Trends Analyst John Mueller is quoted saying that the latest wave of changes to Google’s mobile-friendly ranking signal has now finished rolling out. Tips from the post: Don’t use Flash Make sure your viewport is set properly Use large font Space out links and buttons Don’t use full-screen pop-ups Run a… Read More »

Share: Influencer Marketing: ‘We Threw Too Much Money At Them’

Digiday’s Shareen Pathak posts quotes from an annoymous “social media executive” regretting “influencer manangement” tactics. Influencers are going to start disappearing. Brands are going to start realizing the amount of followers you have doesn’t mean shit. Just because photos look good and have 200,000 followers means nothing. You can’t rely on content creators all day… Read More »

Share: U.S. Law Firm Hires AI To Help With Bankruptcy Cases

Ross, the world’s first artificially intelligent attorney (well, paralegal might be better descriptor now), has its first official law firm, Baker & Hostetler. Ross, “the world’s first artificially intelligent attorney” built on IBM’s cognitive computer Watson, was designed to read and understand language, postulate hypotheses when asked questions, research, and then generate responses (along with… Read More »