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Molly Jaggers

Molly Jaggers

Everyone has the potential for a beautiful life, if they're brave enough to seek it out. Interested in business, economics, healthcare, marketing trends and strategy, music, self-improvement, stocks, and tech.

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  • While NVIDIA faced some initial investor concerns when the Bitcoin bubble popped last year, it was just a matter of time until they solved their surplus of GPUs- combined with their AI and deep learning capabilities, this is an incredible way to apply technology for the betterment of mankind.

  • Such a better way to see how candidates' minds are stimulated.

  • As a research junkie and fan of data-driven insights, I admit this sounds intriguing to me. But it brings into focus a more ethical question: can the industry watchdogs and policy regulators keep up with the data mining already at our fingertips?

    Also as someone who currently works for a media group whose product offering includes both terrestrial radio and digital, I'm very curious on what the data would reflect in terms of providing a more accurate depiction of listener habits in the car. Time

    As a research junkie and fan of data-driven insights, I admit this sounds intriguing to me. But it brings into focus a more ethical question: can the industry watchdogs and policy regulators keep up with the data mining already at our fingertips?

    Also as someone who currently works for a media group whose product offering includes both terrestrial radio and digital, I'm very curious on what the data would reflect in terms of providing a more accurate depiction of listener habits in the car. Time Spent Listening is one way Nielsen currently measures audience interaction with radio stations; would they work with OEMs to scrub data against their findings or would we be able to have access to both, create an overlay and derive our own qualitative insights for a more accurate depiction of who controls the audio real estate inside the car?

  • Talk about egg on your face: if Meng is ultimately found to be involved in some sort of corruption after being so vehemently advocated to rise to a position of international power by the Xi administration, this could impact China's pace of growth into an international powerhouse of its own.

    Not to mention the unregulated startup space they're facing as a country continues to balloon and threaten hollow growth- they need international markets like the US and Europe to have faith in Beijing, and

    Talk about egg on your face: if Meng is ultimately found to be involved in some sort of corruption after being so vehemently advocated to rise to a position of international power by the Xi administration, this could impact China's pace of growth into an international powerhouse of its own.

    Not to mention the unregulated startup space they're facing as a country continues to balloon and threaten hollow growth- they need international markets like the US and Europe to have faith in Beijing, and this doesn't cast a flattering light to give the international powers that be the "warm fuzzy feeling" to invest and to refrain from tariffs and restrictions.

    Curiouser and curiouser...

  • This is the Wild West in the East, on a grander scale than even the US saw with the tech start-up boom of the 2000s. Very curious to see how policy and economy is shaped by the aggressive growth of the start-up competition in China. When will these companies become profitable? Or will they live and die as a shell of what could have been?

  • Too many choices = bad for business, at least in the streaming sector. Quit making it difficult for people to choose the platform to view content on! Once again consumers will start looking at the options overload presented to them and search for a solution to streamline the streaming.

  • It's an unpopular truth that we face in today's society, exacerbated by anxiety-riddled FOMO and fueled by social media scrolling, but it's true nonetheless: if you don't protect your time and allocate it effectively to get what you want, other people will use it for what they want. Time is your most valuable resource, and once it's been spent it can't be earned back.

    If you aren't respecting your time first, you can't expect others to do the same. Find your balance, don't shut yourself off from

    It's an unpopular truth that we face in today's society, exacerbated by anxiety-riddled FOMO and fueled by social media scrolling, but it's true nonetheless: if you don't protect your time and allocate it effectively to get what you want, other people will use it for what they want. Time is your most valuable resource, and once it's been spent it can't be earned back.

    If you aren't respecting your time first, you can't expect others to do the same. Find your balance, don't shut yourself off from complete human interaction, but learn the power of No.

    It boils down to this: people will forgive you for not attending every social outing every time, but can you forgive yourself if you allow that to take priority over your dreams? Didn't think so.

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