Ariel Shapira

Ariel Shapira

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Ariel Shapira is a father, entrepreneur, writer and speaker.

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Big Tech Uses Data to the Detriment of Consumer Health, But We're Addicted. So What's the Solution?

These companies use our data to play upon some of our worst insecurities and dopamine receptors, creating a web-browsing experience that has even been compared to gambling.

Bitcoin as Currency Triggers Our Fear of Missing Out. Can It Be Fixed?

Assuming the demand for Bitcoin picks up on the back of growing crypto enthusiasm, its scarcity will work to drive up its value over time, making it deflationary.

A Couple of Years Ago, 'Learn to Code' Was Default Career Advice. Here's Why You Don't Need to Bother.

You may have heard that everyone will have to code in the future, but the reality is more complicated.

Beyond Art and Crazy Tweets: NFT Rewards Will Revamp Customer-Loyalty Programs

Artists have already found great success using NFTs to connect with fans, so it makes sense for businesses to follow suit.

With Rising Costs and Vendor Lock-Ins, Is a Cloud Exodus in the Making?

Public cloud hosting has become the unofficial business standard, but it comes with a steep price.

How the Pandemic Rapidly Transformed the Slow-Moving Telco Industry

Like so many industries, those focused on telecommunications had to adapt -- and quickly -- to changing circumstances and consumer expectations.

How Decentralized Can the Internet Get?

Currently, just four companies -- including Google, Amazon and Microsoft -- control 67% of the server centers powering the apps and services you use every day.

Will Stores Without Cashiers Become Our New Reality?

Hybrid shopping models implemented by Amazon reveal what a future without cashiers looks like.

What the Most Recent Crypto Bull Run Means for DeFi

As crypto's popularity continues to surge, the opportunities are endless.

Can Crypto Scammers Be Stopped Without Government Regulation?

It's predictably easy for crypto fraudsters to take advantage of a volatile market that values privacy and anonymity.

Will Computer Vision Make Human Workers Obsolete?

In the 1950s, Alan Turing wondered if machines could think like humans. Now, it's a reality -- one that increasingly defines the way we live and work.

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