PARTIAL LISTING OF FORTHCOMING Executive REPORTS

Below is a partial listing and brief summaries of some projects that are about being completed and will become available through my site to be launched soon JPMCenter.com 

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1,Monitoring E-Business Trends in the Telecommunications Industry
Ongoing sources for monitoring E-business trends in the Telecom industry. Recent reports, articles and links to resources online dedicated to these trends.

2. Monitoring E-Business Trends in the Finance Industry
Ongoing sources for monitoring E-business trends in the Finance industry. Recent reports, articles and links to resources online dedicated to these trends.

3. Help Desk Methodologies
The latest trends in Help Desk Methodologies. Reports and links to online resources, and articles from 2005 related to best practices in Help Desk Methodologies.

4. Voice Recognition Technology
The latest technology and players dedicated to enabling Voice Recognition technology. Research in wireless use of speech recognition.

5. Competition Among Wireless Integrators

Information about competition in the area of Wireless Integration. Understanding the space between, where integration services are performed. Which companies offer information technology (IT) systems integration (SI), focused specifically on wireless communications? A ranking of the top 10-20 players in this area.

6. Wireless Technologies and Services Conferences
The top conferences scheduled over the next couple years that are focused on Wireless Technologies and/or Wireless Services. Understanding about these events located in the U.S., and foreign events as well if they are extremely influential…perhaps in Australia, Europe, Japan or China. URLs regarding sponsorship and/or attendee opportunities at upcoming events on Wireless Technologies or Services, including pricing. 

7. Competitive Intelligence
Best practices in Competitive Intelligence. For example, what firms are available across the country to assist “dot com” companies in getting an edge on their competition? What are best practices among such firms? Who are expert authors on this subject?

Listing of Forthcoming Executive Reports

Below is a listing and brief summaries of some of projects that have been completed for previous customers. If you would like a copy of a report that we own the distribution rights of, please click here. Also for examples, click the research links shown to the right.

1. Cold Fusion Applications
Sample Cold Fusion applications from the Internet. URLs of sources to download. One sample of such resources is at Allaire, the company who sells Cold Fusion. The URL is: http://devex.allaire.com/developer/gallery/ Additional collections, such as this, of sample code developed to be integrated into Cold Fusion applications.

2. Monitoring E-Business Trends in the Telecommunications Industry
Ongoing sources for monitoring E-business trends in the Telecom industry. Recent reports, articles and links to resources online dedicated to these trends.

3. Monitoring E-Business Trends in the Finance Industry
Ongoing sources for monitoring E-business trends in the Finance industry. Recent reports, articles and links to resources online dedicated to these trends.

4. Help Desk Methodologies
The latest trends in Help Desk Methodologies. Reports and links to online resources, and articles from 1999 and 2000 related to best practices in Help Desk Methodologies.

5. Voice Recognition Technology
The latest technology and players dedicated to enabling Voice Recognition technology. Research in wireless use of speech recognition. Players researched include: SpeechWorks; Lernout & Hauspie Speech Products; Locus Dialogue; Nuance Communications; Philips Electronics; Phonetic Systems.

6. Competition Among Wireless Integrators

Information about competition in the area of Wireless Integration. Understanding the space between, where integration services are performed. Which companies offer information technology (IT) systems integration (SI), focused specifically on wireless communications? A ranking of the top 10-20 players in this area.

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When will the FDA approve a Vaccine? See what 20,000 people believe

Email by Dr. Peter Diamandis

Greek American engineer, physician, and entrepreneur best known for being founder and chairman of the X Prize Foundation,  co-founder and executive chairman of Singularity University and coauthor of The New York Times bestsellers Abundance: The Future Is Better Than You Think and BOLD: How to Go Big, Create Wealth, and Impact the World. He is former CEO and cofounder of the Zero Gravity Corporation, cofounder and vice chairman of Space Adventures Ltd., founder and chairman of the Rocket Racing League, cofounder of the International Space University, cofounder of Planetary Resources, founder of Students for the Exploration and Development of Space, vice chairman and cofounder of Human Longevity, Inc.[2] pact the World.

Here is an email sent to me with encouraging news on the Coronavirus pandemic. This information is entirely Dr. Diamandis’ content sent to me and I thought it to be of interest to the visitors / readers of the Business Thinker, LLC .

When will the FDA approve the first vaccine? How many people (in total) will be infected by COVID-19 globally over the next year?When will the stock market (DOW) hit bottom?

(Note: If you like this blog, share it! | Facebook | Twitter | LinkedIn | Read on Diamandis.com | Or send your friends and family to this link to subscribe!)Ever hear of “Crowd Intelligence” or “Wisdom of the Crowd?” It’s a process by which a large enough group of sufficiently knowledgeable people are able to make a reasonably accurate prediction on a future outcome. he Crowd Polling” to help us answer today’s most important questions.

Ever hear of “Crowd Intelligence” or “Wisdom of the Crowd?”
It’s a process by which a large enough group of sufficiently knowledgeable people are able to make a reasonably accurate prediction on a future outcome.
Whether in predicting election outcomes, economic trends, sports results, or even terrorist activity, crowdsourced wisdom has time and again matched or (often) outperformed expert predictions.
Starting in the early 2010s, a project sponsored by the U.S. Director of National Intelligence — the Good Judgment Project — demonstrated that 3,000 moderately informed minds could together outperform even the top foreign policy experts or CIA analysts on questions ranging from Turkey’s adoption of a new constitution, to U.S.-E.U. trade deals.
“We just needed lots of people; we had very few restrictions […] We wanted people who were interested, and curious, who were moderately well-educated and at least aware enough of the world around them that they listened to the news,” explained UC Berkeley associate professor Don Moore, who co-led the project.
According to one report, when ‘super-predictors’ (crowdsourced individuals who are correct most often) are grouped in teams, these smaller ‘crowds’ can outperform agents with access to classified information by up to 30 percent.

So, welcome to FutureLoop, a platform that combines Machine Learning-driven news aggregation with “Wisdom of the Crowd Polling” to help us answer today’s most important questions.Our first question is: “What is the earliest date by which the FDA will approve the first COVID-19 Vaccine?“Click on the question to answer and participate!What is FutureLoop and how do I use it? FutureLoop uses machine learning (ML) and human intelligence (HI) in a symbiotic loop, one that iterates to produce accurate, aggregate predictions, and offers anonymized reasonings for those predictions.By anonymizing and aggregating thousands, or even millions of user-submitted predictions and justifications, FutureLoop then presents these analyses to users, allowing you to interrogate the analysis, and then update your own estimate whenever you change your mind.Users can also vote on the reasons provided by other users for their predictions (a crowd-filtering layer that helps us understand why people lean the way they do).These upvoted predictions and reasons, in turn, get put at the top of the heap, alerting all users of the latest crowdsourced opinions.

Join the LoopJoin FutureLoop: Over the past 2 years, I’ve built a machine-learning algorithm that scrapes the world’s news, science journals and social feeds every day to understand how exponential technologies are impacting specific topics & industries. It’s called FutureLoop. I was getting ready to share it publicly, but the current crisis has changed my plans.Last week, I launched FutureLoop Pandemic Special Edition,” a daily comprehensive update on the impact of exponential technologies (AI, Robotics, Drones, Cellular Medicine, CRISPR, Networks & Sensors) on the COVID-19 pandemic.If you participate, FutureLoop will update you every day on the latest breakthroughs in detection, prevention & cure of the COVID-19. This product is still in Beta, but it’s powerful, high-quality info, and it’s free.Your mindset is your most important tool during this pandemic. Making sure you are consuming the right information is critical to maintaining that mindset. FutureLoop offers “Data-Driven Optimism.”You can subscribe here. It’s free, fun + fast (20 seconds).(Note: If you like this blog, share it! | Facebook | Twitter | LinkedIn | Read on Diamandis.com | Or send your friends and family to this link to subscribe!)
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