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Three Unique Ways to Source Top Tech Talent

March 29, 2021

Artur Meyster and Miguel González-Fierro

 
 

Online education is attracting more and more interest, especially since the COVID pandemic started. There are particular skills that companies demand that can be learned on focused online courses. Sometimes, the best way to find top talent is by looking for top students going through these courses. In this post, we analyze three sources that companies and head-hunters can monitor to find tech talent.

 
 

My personal quest to become the best version of myself

March 21, 2021

Miguel González-Fierro

 
 

Every day of my life I try to get a little bit better, grow in some dimension, learn something new and take care of my family. In order to achieve this, I set internal goals and deadlines to push myself forward and measure the results of the actions I take.

 
 

Book review: Influence by Robert Cialdini

Feb. 15, 2021

Miguel Gonzalez-Fierro

 
 

Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion by Robert Cialidini describes what are the mechanisms that make us become influenced by other people. The book is full of anecdotes, experiments and stories about the six principles of persuasion: reciprocation, commitment and consistency, social proof, liking, authority and scarcity. What follows is a summary of the key ideas of the book.

 
 

Technology Is Reducing The Cost Of Education

Jan. 17, 2021

Artur Meyster and Miguel González-Fierro

 
 

Technology is transforming education dramatically. With rising college costs in the US and Europe, many students face the challenge of going into debt to earn a college degree. Fortunately, the EdTech industry has developed remarkably in recent years, reducing costs and increasing learning opportunities for more people.

 
 

10 Reasons why AI has developed faster than Robotics

Aug. 20, 2020

Miguel González-Fierro

 
 

In the last ten years, we have witnessed an explosion in the field of artificial intelligence. AI is everywhere around us, on our computers, our mobiles, our cars. However, a field closely related to AI, robotics, has not developed as much. This post aims to shed some light on some of the reasons why AI has developed much faster than robotics.