Digitalist Magazine, Executive Quarterly

Get the latest insights about the digital economy that you can capitalize on today when you download Digitalist. This digital magazine includes under-the-radar trends, profiles of disruptive companies and technologies, and interviews with leading thinkers who are shaping the future of tech and business. Elana Varon, former executive editor of CIO Magazine, is the editor-in-chief. The magazine is published quarterly. Available now for tablets and smartphones.

Table of Contents Q4 2018

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FEATURE STORY

With or Without You


 

Customers have a new way to experience your company that doesn’t involve you. Will you market to their AI surrogates?

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FEATURE STORY

Can You Keep a (Data) Secret?


 

The era of data ethics is upon us—and only the companies with the highest standards will win over global customers.

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FEATURE STORY

Domo Arigato, Partner Roboto


 

As robots smarten up, they are more likely to collaborate with humans than replace them.

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DIGITAL FUTURES

How 4D Printing Will Shift the Shape of Manufacturing


 

Smart materials will enable companies to incorporate the fourth dimension—time—into products that can shape themselves.

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PUSH

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Thinkers

Make Dignity the Default

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Findings

David vs. Transformation, Show Them the Money, One-Click Government

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Now. Next. Never.

Security Cred, Saving Face(s), Deep Fakeout

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Digital Futures

How 4D Printing Will Shift the Shape of Manufacturing

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Profit

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With or Without You

 

Customers have a new way to experience your company that doesn’t involve you. Will you market to their AI surrogates?

 

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Can You Keep a (Data) Secret?

 

The era of data ethics is upon us—and only the companies with the highest standards will win over global customers.

 

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Domo Arigato, Partner Roboto

 

As robots smarten up, they are more likely to collaborate with humans than replace them.

 

#BOLDLYDIGITAL

Sell Amongst Yourselves

Thanks to the power of social media, the buying process has changed radically. Buyers have numerous opportunities to search for items, inform themselves, and get opinions. As a result, they pay less attention to vendors than they used to.

 

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LETTER FROM THE EDITORIAL DIRECTOR

Your Customer, the AI

It sounds like a pathetic phishing attack: Click here to make $300,000 to $500,000 a year without an advanced degree and little experience.

 

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Editorial Director
David Jonker