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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailTarget is now getting outpaced by competitive retailers, says Forrester Research's Sucharita KodaliSucharita Kodali, Forrester Research retail analyst, joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss Target's quarterly earnings results, why Target's not growing, and much more.
Persons: Forrester Organizations: Forrester Research
Walmart surges on earnings beat
  + stars: | 2024-05-16 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: 1 min
In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailWalmart surges on earnings beatSucharita Kodali, Forrester Research retail analyst, joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss Walmart as the company topped quarterly earnings and revenue expectations.
Persons: Sucharita Kodali Organizations: Walmart, Forrester Research
Apple looks kind of ridiculous right now
  + stars: | 2024-05-15 | by ( Jordan Hart | ) www.businessinsider.com   time to read: +3 min
download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. Apple, though, has kept pretty quiet about its own AI ambitions so far — and it's increasingly obvious. "The buzz around AI, and specifically GenAI, has been so deafening that Apple is noticeable by omission," Dipanjan Chatterjee, vice president and principal analyst at Forrester, told Business Insider. Still, if the rumors about OpenAI or Gemini iPhone integration are true, this week's "strong announcements actually would bode well for Apple," William Kerwin, an analyst at Morningstar, said. AdvertisementThe analyst told BI that the new iPad rollout is simply an "appetizer to the real meat and potatoes" of Apple's AI strategy, expected to be announced at the WWDC in June.
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Modern HealthModern Health provides personalized mental health treatment to employers, including coaching and therapy. Lennox-Miller said it's unlikely Modern Health could snag the same valuation from its last fundraise in a deal today. DeGagne said employer-focused mental health startups such as Modern Health have the potential for more profitable growth with "stickier" recurring revenue models. He said pharmacy giants Walgreens or CVS Health might seek to pick up a mental health asset like Modern Health. In a statement provided by Modern Health, Forrester senior analyst Jonathan Roberts said, "Modern Health is certainly a partner with its finger on the pulse.
Persons: Alyson Watson, Alexander Lennox, Miller, fundraise, DeGagne, Forrester, Jonathan Roberts Organizations: Modern Health, Health, Lennox, BI, Modern, Walgreens, CVS Health, CVS
CNN —Many adults heard the phrase “Robux” for the first time last holiday season when the virtual currency of gaming platform Roblox landed on the top of most wish lists. And it will have to prove to Wall Street there’s more growth up ahead. In its fourth quarter of 2023, Roblox revenue was $750 million, up 30% year-over-year – but had a net loss of $323.7 million. Like Fortnite, Roblox is also moving ahead with a“payout to creators” business model. “It’s clear that [Roblox] intends to go after younger gamers in 2024 and 2025,” Ward said.
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To do so, Edelman recently promoted Brian Buchwald to global chair of product and AI to oversee the firm's AI investments. Buchwald joined Edelman in 2023 and was previously the global head of product, trust data, and technology at the firm. Previously, this tool used small language models and now uses generative AI and large language models, Buchwald said. Using generative AI has increased the tool's ability to predict future trustworthiness with 97% accuracy, he said. More broadly, holding companies have made significant investments into generative AI for content creation that compete with Edelman.
Persons: Edelman, Taco Bell, Brian Buchwald, Buchwald, Weber, Interpublic Group's Weber, Jay Pattisall, Forrester Organizations: eBay, Business, New York Times, Google, Adobe, Edelman, WPP Locations: Talkwaker
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailConsumer confidence level is still relatively low, says Forrester Research's Sucharita KodaliSucharita Kodali, Forrester Research retail analyst, joins 'Squawk Box' to break down PepsiCo's quarterly earnings results, what it says about the strength of the consumer, and more.
Persons: Forrester Organizations: Forrester Research
Organizations and individuals who delay investing in the latest AI PCs risk falling behind in an increasingly competitive landscape where technological advancements are essential for staying innovative, collaborative, and secure. These AI PCs possess the ability to anticipate and comprehend user requirements, resulting in a highly personalized and responsive interaction. The new Latitude AI PCs can deliver up to 38% less power when running AI-enhanced collaboration features like Zoom.22. Content creators can save time by generating images 1.7 times faster with StabilityAI on their Dell AI PCs or Dell AI workstations with new Intel processors.33. Knowledge workers can optimize their Dell AI PCs by utilizing just 1% of CPU usage, effectively detecting malware with Crowdstrike4.
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Apple added that the lawsuit could empower the government “to take a heavy hand in designing people’s technology.”But if successful, the lawsuit could ripple across Apple’s products and services. Anna Moneymaker/Getty ImagesChanges to the App StoreIf found liable, the company could be forced to change a number of things. One such change is how iPhone users could get greater access to “super apps” that have been largely restricted before. More open servicesAnother likely change is how hardware from other companies, such as smartwatches, will interact with the Apple range of devices and software, including the iPhone and Apple’s services like Fitness+. But Apple’s success stems in part to its tight grip on its products and services, keeping things intuitive and seamless.
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Some critics of the suit believe it could make the iPhone worse, leading to security concerns and a less seamless experience. But is that something that iPhone users really want? The DOJ filed an antitrust lawsuit against Apple on Thursday. AdvertisementFor its part, Apple has argued that the DOJ's lawsuit could pose any number of issues for iPhone users — from security and privacy concerns to a degradation in user experience. A less seamless user experienceThe DOJ's lawsuit could also have a detrimental impact on Apple's signature user experience, according to some experts.
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During a call with analysts after its February earnings, Walmart CEO Doug McMillon talked about the gen AI search capabilities in its app. As a technology company, Walmart has to experiment a lot, and in the case of adding generative AI search capabilities, there's a very low cost for failure, she said. AI and search, shopping business model shiftsIt's not only Walmart investing in this type of search in the retail sector. Amazon's AI shopping assistant Rufus lets people have a conversation with the platform about what they need rather than just looking for direct items. "Google is anxious is about search in general, and the question this raises is will it be a death by a thousand cuts for Google Search?"
Persons: Doug McMillon, McMillon, Marc Lore, Sucharita Kodali, Kodali, Sergey Brin, Brin, Rufus, Jacob Bourne, Bourne, it's Organizations: Google, Walmart, Amazon, Insider Intelligence, Ikea, Lowe's
… I’m completely done with smart devices like that.”24-year-old Heather Hines is among the Wyze users whose personal camera footage was viewed during a recent security breach. Henderson, who owns 10 Wyze cameras, said he is starting to replace them with other brands. It also raises the question about whether the value of smart devices is worth the risks. Amazon and Google have experienced security breaches with Ring and Nest security devices in recent years. People can also reconsider how many smart devices they actually need in the home.
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But experts say that while AI tools might be new, watching, reading and tracking employee conversations is far from novel. A Chevron spokesperson told CNN the company is using Aware to help monitor public comments and interactions on its internal Workplace platform, where employees can post updates and comments. Cybersecurity company Proofpoint uses similar technology to help monitor cyber risks, such as incoming phishing scams or if an employee is downloading and sending sensitive work data to their personal email account. This would prevent employees from not sharing sensitive company data with an AI model, which could resurface in future responses. Even when employees are not on a secure work network, companies are able to monitor activity through browsers.
Persons: , David Johnson, , Johnson, Slack, Reece Hayden, ” Hayden, Hayden Organizations: CNN, Walmart, Starbucks, Chevron, Forrester Research, Microsoft, Warner Brothers Discovery, Fortune, ABI Research, Meta Locations: Delta
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailThe consumer isn't spending with big brands typically associated with retail, says Sucharita KodaliSucharita Kodali, Forrester Research retail analyst, joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss the quarterly earnings results from Lowe's and Macy's, what they say about the U.S. consumer, and more.
Persons: Sucharita Organizations: Forrester Research
NEW YORK (AP) — The maker of ChatGPT is now diving into AI-generated video. The model can also generate video from an existing still image. Getting an AI system to generate videos is newer and more challenging but relies on some of the same technology. Still, industry analysts stress the apparent quality and and impressive length of Sora videos shared so far. Although Sora's abilities have astounded observers since Thursday's launch, anxiety over ethical and societal implications of AI-generated video uses also remains.
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Walmart is reportedly in talks to buy TV manufacturer Vizio for over $2 billion , in an effort to bolster its ad business, according to The Wall Street Journal. Here are three ways Vizio would power-up Walmart's ad business and make it a much bigger competitor to Amazon, according to several ad industry experts. While Walmart buying Vizio would grow its ads business, it would also improve the margins for its current ad business, said Nikhil Raj, chief business officer of adtech company Moloco’s retail media business. The new inventory Walmart would inherit would let it tap TV and branding budgetsIf Walmart buys Vizio, it would inherit connected-TV ad inventory, which it doesn’t currently have. Most of Walmart’s retail media business comes from search ads , though it’s expanded that to include some display and video ads.
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CNN —Countless creative ideas have been born in the kitchen of Charleston House, the bohemian modernist farmhouse inhabited from 1916 by painters Duncan Grant and Vanessa Bell in a rural part of southern England. Courtesy Osman Yousefzada“What I do is try and tell working class stories in highbrow institutional spaces,” Yousefzada told CNN in a phone interview. “Even now, generations on, Charleston is still a very aspirational and very privileged space, but I try and subvert that.., to open the space for working class voices,” said Yousefzada. “A warning, caution.”"Unless you're signposted that having a creative life is OK, it's not an easy path to take," said Yousefzada. I grew up in a restricted monoculture and so it took me a long time to find those (artistic) spaces.
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Its advantage wasn’t lost on Netflix cofounder and former CEO Reed Hastings, who’s namechecked YouTube as a threat to Netflix. YouTube has become a media giant without Hollywood contentMany in media dismiss or overlook YouTube because it doesn’t look like a Hollywood player. Its TV business, YouTube TV, is a bundle of other people’s channels. And YouTube TV is now the fourth-largest pay-TV service in the country, with more than 8 million subscribers. The real threat is that Netflix and YouTube dominate and everyone else fights over a tiny slice of pie.
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CNN —More people who are still using telephone landlines will soon need to decide if they want to finally hang up on their service. That’s part of a sweeping move by phone service providers to replace older copper wire-based telephone systems lines, also known as Plain Old Telephone Service (POTS), with faster and more advanced technology that doesn’t work with landlines. In the United States, the shift away from copper landlines will most likely impact people over age 65 and small business owners. “Traditional landline telephone service is the most dependable communications tool currently available in rural communities and is vital to reliably accessing 9-1-1,” he said. Because phone service workers will need to be deployed during the removal process, this could extend the completion time.
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailAnalyst explains why the Australian Dollar is his top currency trade for 2024David Forrester of Credit Agricole shares his outlook for major currencies and central bank expectations for this year.
Persons: David Forrester Organizations: Agricole
Hollywood stakeholders and analysts alike have declared Netflix the winner of the streaming wars — but the celebration may be short-lived as streaming enters a new phase. Analysts can't say for sure how much more subscriber growth Netflix can add through its cheaper ad tier and password-sharing crackdown, though. Plus, Netflix is about to face big competition for ad dollars from Amazon, which will launch ads on Prime Video starting January 29. Also, Big Tech's ability to fund their streaming services indefinitely could keep subscription prices depressed for Netflix, along with everyone else, Bernstein noted. But now that the strikes are over, some analysts predict Netflix will face a bigger content bill going forward.
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Zapata, a startup spun out of Harvard, uses quantum physics math to train GenAI models with less data. AI models must be regularly fed. AI models also require hefty, energy-consuming GPU chips. Since founding that year, Zapata has 18 patents and patents pending on its AI tech, it says. And quantum tech could be among the alternatives.
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CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced on Thursday that Meta plans to build its own artificial general intelligence, known as AGI, which is artificial intelligence that meets or surpasses human intelligence in almost all areas. Zuckerberg’s latest announcement is one of its biggest pledges to double down on artificial intelligence. Big Tech companies including Microsoft, Google and Amazon continue to share new AI tools and visions amid a heightened and renewed AI arms race. Earlier this year, Zuckerberg said Meta is creating a new “top-level product group” to “turbocharge” the company’s work on AI tools. “That trope around ‘every company is now a technology company’ has evolved to be every company is now an AI company,” he said.
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Here’s a look at some of the buzziest products announced this week:Loona companion robot is the world's first consumer robot equipped with ChatGPT AI technology. From Beijing KEYi Technology Co. Ltd.AI companionsAI companions are one of the biggest trends to emerge from the show this year. Samsung’s buzzy Ballie robot, which was first shown off at CES in 2020, received a refresh. BaracodaAI task robotsBeyond companions, AI has made its way into nearly every appliance and gadget you could think of this year. LG was one of the first leaders in transparent TVs; one of its earlier prototypes impressed the show floor back in 2020.
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download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. On December 19, an X user who goes by Dexter shared an image of a retro-looking desktop that many millennials likely grew up with. "There was a time when we respected the computer," they wrote alongside the image. Many said they missed the days when they weren't constantly logged in and connected to the online world 24/7. And if you're still unconvinced, here's a reminder of the realities of the internet of yesteryear:
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