Forbes : innovation
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Three Reasons To Ignore Apple’s Coronavirus Warning  12h18 18 février
Lou Basenese, Contributor
History, plus Apple’s strong fundamentals strongly suggest the latest revenue warning is no cause for concern for investors.
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Building A Strong Development Team From The Start  12h10 18 février
Christopher Yang, CommunityVoice
Building a development team is like assembling a sports team: Every member must know their role, position on the team and overall goal.
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Consumer Privacy Takes Priority in 2020  12h00 18 février
Eugenio Pace, CommunityVoice
Here are a few predictions on how this consumer call for action will (and should) be a catalyst for greater privacy, identity protection and security in 2020.
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Delta’s Carbon Neutrality News May Win Points With The Environmental Crowd, But There Less To It Than Meets The Eye  12h00 18 février
Dan Reed, Contributor
There are only three viable paths toward carbon neutrality for airlines. And no, switching to electric-powered planes is not one of those viable paths.
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Fortnite’ Chapter 2, Season 2 Start-Date, New Battle Pass, Teasers And Everything You Need To Kn  12h00 18 février
Erik Kain, Contributor
Fortnite Chapter 2, Season 2 is almost upon us at long last. Here’s everything you need to know including when the new season kicks off and what to expect.
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New Chinese Study Finds That The Elderly Are Most At Risk From The Coronavirus [Infographic]  11h52 18 février
Niall McCarthy, Contributor
The Chinese Centre for Disease Control and Prevention has released the country’s first major study into the coronavirus since the start of the outbreak.
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Millions Of Windows And Linux Systems Vulnerable To Alarming Hidden’ Cyber Attack  11h51 18 février
Davey Winder, Contributor
New research has now revealed how unsigned firmware in laptop cameras, network interface cards, trackpads, USB hubs and Wi-Fi adapters are leaving millions of systems exposed to data theft and ransomware attack.
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Racial Microaggressions In Science  11h40 18 février
Marshall Shepherd, Contributor
What are racial microaggressions and how do they appear within science communities?
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Making The World A Better Place By Creating Markets  11h10 18 février
Rajshree Agarwal, Contributor
Markets don’t just emerge. But when the right individuals pull together in the right ways, they make the world a better place by harnessing the power of enterprise.
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Don’t Ground These Sneakers  11h00 18 février
Steve Forbes, Forbes Staff
Those U.S. and global sports regulators and overseers aflutter about a new Nike shoe should chill out.
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Exactly When Apple Will Reveal The 2020 iPad Pro And iPhone SE 2  10h33 18 février
David Phelan, Contributor
More rumors point to an Apple event in March. But when exactly?
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How Explainable AI Is Helping Algorithms Avoid Bias  10h09 18 février
Simon Chandler, Contributor
Developers design neural networks that can learn from data, but once they’ve released their creations into ’the wild’, such neural nets have operated without programmers being able to see what exactly makes them tick. Hence, companies don’t find out their AI is biased until it’s too late.
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Apple iPhone SE2 Security Features: Here’s What To Expect  09h59 18 février
Kate O'Flaherty, Contributor
According to a new report, the iPhone SE2-AKA the iPhone 9-will launch at an event on March 31. Here are the important security features to expect.
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How To Avoid Unhelpful Or Biased Consulting And Advice  08h52 18 février
Peter Bendor-Samuel, Contributor
Without the right kind of advisory support, companies inevitably lose a lot of money either in lack of savings, lack of achieving intended value or expending extra effort.
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This Israeli Cyber Billionaire Battles Hackers In China, Russia And Iran: It Will Only Get Worse’  07h35 18 février
Zak Doffman, Contributor
Gil Shwed invented the computer firewall and then amassed a 3 billion fortune tackling cyber threats across the world. Here are his views on the dangers we now face.