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Will AI Best All Humans Tasks by 2060? Experts Say Not So Fast

By 1997, computers were better than humans at chess. By 10 years later, they were better at driving cars than the average teenager, and they were better at playing Chinese game Go, rated 300 times harder than chess. But what if by 2060, artificial intelligence proved better at absolutely everything?

Topics: content marketing thought leadership ai artificial intelligence

Healthcare Marketing Audit: The Most Popular Healthcare Content of 2016

Driving potential customers to meaningful, compelling content is fundamental to marketing and sales success. Customers need to know, trust and understand your business value early on in their buyer journey, and content -- through articles, blog posts, white papers, infographics, videos and more -- provides a method for helping to shape that decision-making experience.

Topics: IoT Healthcare thought leadership

Healthcare Marketing Audit: Who’s Investing in Google AdWords

According to Forrester, “today’s (B2B) buyers control their journey through the buying cycle much more than today’s vendors control the selling cycle,” and recent studies show that 74 percent of business buyers conduct more than half of their research online before making an offline purchase. Additional research shows that 94 percent of business buyers do some form of online research, with 77 percent of those buyers using Google search. In this digital age, companies must capture mindshare online to even be considered as part of the buying process.

Topics: IoT Healthcare thought leadership

Healthcare Marketing Audit: The Integrated Marketing Imperative

The most effective marketing campaigns aren’t just about PR or advertising anymore — they utilize integrated content engagement strategies to reach and influence buyers across paid, earned, shared and owned channels.

Topics: IoT Healthcare thought leadership

Healthcare Media Audit: Data Security Still a Major Concern

Protecting patient privacy has always been the primary concern for providers and physicians, from HIPAA to Electronic Health Records. Now, with more patient data being stored digitally and new technologies like IoT and telemedicine connected to IT networks, protecting that data has become even more critical. Due to the amount of personal information they record, health records are among the most valuable to hackers, which makes healthcare organizations among the biggest targets for a breach.

Topics: IoT Healthcare thought leadership