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Jerry Bowles

With more than 40 years experience in technology media and analysis, Jerry Bowles conceived and co-founded Social Media Today, the web’s first first curated B2B blog hub, serving as its Chief Content Officer. As an extension of SMT, he also conceived and created socially oriented web sites for a number of corporate clients, including SAP, Oracle, Siemens and Teradata. Among other credits, Jerry has contributed to Fortune, Forbes and Business Week.

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Beyond Six Sigma - can Fero Labs' explainable ML drive new breakthroughs in manufacturing quality? This article is sponsored by:

Manufacturers are obsessed with quality - but have they reached a wall with the tools at hand? Fero Labs is seeking to change that, via a practical application of "explainable" ML and IoT.

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If the future of privacy is cookieless, what happens to the ad tech industry when third-party cookies go away? This article is sponsored by:

Google's pending changes to third-party cookies in Chrome put marketers on notice - but are we truly entering a cookieless ad tech world? Tapad CTO Jeff Olchovy shares his views on marketing technology in a cookieless future.

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How the U.S. leading suicide and crisis hotline for LGBTQ youth is surviving the pandemic with a little help from its Big Tech friends This article is sponsored by:

Vonage and Salesforce are helping The Trevor Project volunteer counselors work safely from home to help youth in distress during the Covid crisis.

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