Tips to Embrace AI

The latest YouTube sensation that went viral involved CCTV footage of people walking whilst glued to their phones. It was hilarious with one clip of a woman falling into a pond. Now this clip is humorous but imagine these people crossing the road especially onto a pedestrian crossing without looking and you have the prediction of calamity. I read this weekend about a new technology gadget that alerts a driver when they are 20 metres from a pedestrian crossing and someone is about to cross onto it. Probably on their…

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The Electric Car and How to Change

Watching the new Honda electric car advert on the TV lately reminded me how change happens in our worlds. The engaging advert highlighted the ten automated features that the car had – automatic parallel parking, emergency stopping, advanced cruise control to name a few. I remember my first car phone and six changer CD in the 90’s, cruise control and Bluetooth in the 00’s, now we have even more gadgets and automated intelligence in cars. But they don’t drive themselves totally yet, that’s probably a few years away. You see…

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When you’re much cheaper than everyone else

It may appear very easy, but often is isn’t. Let me explain why? A good pal of mine who is a mortgage broker mentioned the other day how many of his remortgage clients baulk at the idea of re-mortgaging to a lower interest rate. He couldn’t understand why they didn’t snap at the opportunity. The plain fact is customers fear change over anything else and to make a purchase like that involves a hellavalot of change. The saving is not enough to motivate them to change. The answer is two…

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