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Interesting Infographic: Digital Assistants are coming!

“According to market research firm Tractica, the use of virtual digital assistants (VDAs) is going to increase sharply over the next few years. As our chart illustrates, the number of people using digital assistants is projected to increase from 504 million this year to 1.8 billion by 2021. While intelligent ...

Interesting Chart: Global Trust Levels In Business And Governments (via Statista), my 2 cents

80 percent of people surveyed in 27 markets across the globe distrust their governments, businesses or both, according to Edelman’s 2015 Trust Barometer. Looking at several key countries in the survey, distrust is most rampant in Britain, France, Germany, Russia and the United States….In Russia, 54 percent of people trust ...

Interesting Chart: Nearly 36 Million People Live In Modern Slavery (via Statista)

Walk Frees Global Slavery Index defines slavery as people forced into labor, debt bondage, trafficking, sexual exploitation for money and forced or servile marriage and there are nearly 36 million of them across the globe. Thats 0.5 percent of the worlds population. 17.5 million people are living in slavery in ...

• Chart: People Rarely Unplug From Technology (via Statista)

Not surprising but still pretty amazing… I wonder if this is different in Europe? These days, people are addicted to their smartphones, tablets and laptops. 43 percent of people in the United States never unplug from technology – phones buzz with social network updates while they sleep or vibrate in pockets ...

• Chart: Americans Consume 60 Hours of Electronic Media per Week (via Statista)

• Chart: Americans Consume 60 Hours of Electronic Media per Week | Statista.  Imho, we will be seeing some dramatic shifts here, primarily on radio (who needs radio when the car is fully connected). TV is merging with the web, of course, so all good there:)

• Chart: The Rise of IPTV is Hurting Cable Companies | Statista

More and more Americans are ditching cable and satellite TV in favor of Pay-TV delivered via internet protocol. According to research group IHS, U.S. IPTV providers saw a net increase of 398,000 subscribers in the second quarter, while cable and satellite providers shed 588,000 and 162,000 subscribers, respectively. On aggregate, ...


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