There’s only one kid in town – BRAZIL.
That’s right, the World is about to go even crazier for amazing Brazilian products.
My 8 year old son has even clocked it – drinking the Brazilian Guava Lucozade. According to him Pele even drinks it!
Read more on Forget about the BRICS…
Further to my earlier post – http://globalvoices.brandrepublic.com/2012/11/27/robot-market-research/ – let’s throw this news into the mix, from the BBC website – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-25727110
Basically the article reveals that in Eindhoven a series of inter-connected, separately developed robots are all talking to each other to better surgery based on their collective knowledge. At this stage they are not working on proper surgery with proper humans but surely it is only time before that happens?
Read more on RoboEarth, RoboCops, Robot Market Research – Part 2…
Pepys was a voracious writer. He was an ordinary clerk writing for his own purpose, with no expectation that one day he would be a famous, scrutinised and adored diarist.
Who could say the same for the masses of tweeters, bloggers and self-promoters?
Read more on Are we a nation of Pepys?…
I know I am late to this, but how amazing and obvious is this?
Like everything, obvious when it slaps you round the face.
Here I am, speaking at an industry event in Helsinki.
Read more on Heated pavements in Helsinki…
At the MRMW event last week (Market Research in the Mobile World) Lumi Mobile revealed their results of over 3,000 interviews with people around the World. Read more on The Future of Mobile is not Smartphones…
2 interesting pieces in the news this week.
Does this mean Robots are going to find their way into mainstream market research?
And … does it mean we will dispense with the inconsistency, expense and time associated with interviewing humans?
Read more on Robot Market Research…
Are humans simply the phones way of reproducing itself?
Is Kurzweil becoming more accurate by the day?
Who will be our John Connor?
Meantime, let’s embrace mobile as the way forward for all of us.
Read more on A Mobile Future?…
Sysbase have completed an interesting analysis of SMS traffic during the Olympics games.
The infographic is here – any surprises?
Is all happy in Hong Kong?
Hong Kong’s biggest protest for nearly a decade packed the former British colony’s streets Sunday in a defiant reception for its new leader and a show of popular anger after 15 years of Chinese rule.
Read more on Looking East – 15 years on for Hong Kong…
As the Grand Prix passes through Malaysia, let’s look at Consumer Confidence.
After the economy shrunk by 1.7% in 2009, GDP growth bounced back in 2010 at 7.2%. Read more on Looking East – Consumer Confidence…