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May one-eyed robots discover the world?

The standard answer to this question is: No, we live in a 3D world and to discover its third dimension – depth, we need at least two receivers. This fact is confirmed by Mother Nature who decided not to follow the examples from the Greek Mythology and skipped the creation of Cyclopes.   The one-eyed robots can be found in Hollywood only. Even though we like them a lot, they too, have problems in recognizing the objects in front of them.      The minion...

The Biggest Work Trend You're Unintentionally Ignoring

What might be a bit more astonishing, however, is a recent survey by FlexJobs and WorldatWork which found that only 3 percent of the organizations surveyed were actually trying to quantify the return on investment for job flexibility or remote work.   "That's shocking to me, because it says loudly and clearly that employers and management believe flexible work only benefits the employee; they don't even think it will benefit the broader...

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How Retail Outlets Can Benefit From Led Screens?

The last few years have seen the emergence of a new leisure shopping culture. People visit shopping complexes and malls not only to shop, but also to relax. Shopping and entertainment complexes create a relaxed environment which helps increase footfall, and make people spend more time in the malls. To make the most of this growing trend, a lot of retail store owners are using LED screen displays. Large LED screens are placed outside, as well as inside the mall to connect easily and effectively w...

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Challenges Evolve Differently During the 5 Stages of a Growing Small Business

One major point of confusion is that there’s not even consensus on the definition of a small business. Some sources, like the U.S. Small Business Administration, define a small business as 500 employees or less, while others say it’s 300, 200, 10 or five. This is not only confusing -- it’s a problem. Why the conventional definitions of small business are problematic. Each stage of business has its own challenges, and small business owners can be easily confused...

9 Ways to Create a Productive Home Office (Infographic)

Telecommuters, yeah, you with the bed-head, you know what we mean. Look around. Productivity-crushing diversions lurk everywhere. That’s because you’re blending worlds. Your home is your workplace, which is why it’s incredibly important that you make it look and feel that way, at least in one designated spot.   If you haven’t already, pick an area and call it your home office, even if (like yours truly) it’s the sticky end of your kitchen table. Then desi...