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Quick Answers to Quick Questions: Ryan Maguire, CTO & VP, KIN + Carta

Ryan Maguire is CTO & VP of emerging capabilities and partnerships at Kin + Carta. Prior to navigating our way through social distancing, Ryan and I connected about his work at Kin + Carta, a business "built for the 2020's" - with a collaborative ecosystem of 1,600 strategists, engineers, and creatives across four continents. When we last checked in, like so many of us, Ryan and his teams are spending their time closely monitoring and manoeuvring the impacts COVID-19 on their business, clients and investors. However, here is the conversation we had in early March.

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The Enterprise 2020 Report: Software CEO Briefing

At the annual invite-only 2020 Enterprise Retreat in Half Moon Bay, CA, 100 enterprise leaders gathered in a social-media free environment, to network, discuss hot topics and dive into provocative, insightful off-the-record 'State of the Union' presentations. This report details their findings.

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M.R. Asks 3 Questions: Cupid Chan, CTO, Index Analytics

How do you teach second graders about A? Cupid Chan, CTO of Index Analytics has excelled in how to explain AI to non-tech proficient audiences. However, the way he presents his information also gives us seasoned tech audiences a different take on what AI truly is and does.

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M.R. Asks 3 Questions: Louis Têtu, CEO, Coveo

Whether it’s converting online prospects into buyers, enabling customers to self-serve, or equipping employees to become proficient - according to Coveo Chairman and CEO, Louis Têtu, pairing relevancy with artificial intelligence enables businesses to create a million unique interactions for a million users.

M.R. Asks 3 Questions: Angela Antony, Founder & CEO, Scoutible

89% of turnover is due to soft skill mismatch, not hard skills. Therefore, Angela Antony, Founder and CEO of Scoutable has designed a platform that combines gamification, psychological science, and AI to help companies discover talent hiding behind resume biases, socioeconomic barriers, and exhausted candidate pools.

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