“Steve Lohr is an experienced journalist and author with a pulse on the latest trends in technology and the expertise to see how this is changing the world economy and our daily lives,” said Russell Sarder, CEO of NetCom Learning
New York, New York (PRWEB) August 31, 2015
Steve Lohr, long time journalist and the current technology and economics reporter for the New York Times, recently provided a thought provoking interview for Sarder TV, the independent online media learning channel. Speaking with Jennifer Crumpton, Sarder TV correspondent, Steve Lohr talks about the emerging world of what he refers to as Data-ism in which Big Data is used for critical decision making across companies, fields and countries. Lohr discusses his latest book, entitled Data-ism: The Revolution: Transforming Decision Making, Consumer Behavior, and Almost Everything Else, that looks at the opportunities and the dark side of a world driven by data.
“Steve Lohr is an experienced journalist and author with a pulse on the latest trends in technology and the expertise to see how this is changing the world economy and our daily lives,” said Russell Sarder, CEO of NetCom Learning and creator of Sarder TV.
“We are delighted to add this interview with Steve Lohr with his unique perspective on life to the Sarder TV database of video interviews,” said Sarder.
In the interview for Sarder TV, Steve Lohr discusses the subject of Big Data or Data-ism in depth. He provides his forecasts for the changes that will occur in everyday life, and the challenges and opportunities it provides for individuals, corporations, and governments. He addresses the downside of Big Data including privacy issues, and possible misinterpretation of data and what that could mean in terms of business decisions, individual credit, and intelligence data. Lohr also offers an optimistic look at the use of data to provide new jobs, better customer service, new types of businesses, and improved products. The interview provides a visionary look at the future of technology and Big Data in terms of its importance to the future global economy and everyday life.
Sarder TV offers stimulating, educational and candid interviews so that new entrepreneurs and aspiring business people can learn from them. The database is part of the international Learning Movement created by Russell Sarder to help spread knowledge and inspire a passion for lifelong learning. Operating on the premise that motivated individuals can learn from the experience, the success and the mistakes of others, Sarder TV provides a unique opportunity to see and hear influential personalities talk about the subjects that matter to them. Some of the past interviewees have included Ira Neimark, former CEO of Bergdorf Goodman, Susan Davis, CEO of BRAC USA, and Dan Hoffman, President and CEO of M5
Sarder TV Seeking Additional Leaders for Interviews
Sarder TV is also seeking leaders to interview and is targeting leaders from Fortune 500 companies, and exceptional public figures like Bill Clinton, Oprah Winfrey, Jim Collins, Bill Gates, Warren Buffet and many more. According to the National Venture Capital Association, more than 30 percent to $600 million this year has been invested in Web-based education. For investors seeking an opportunity to participate in a multimillion dollar idea, Sarder TV presents an excellent investment and is actively seeking investors. Several investors have already expressed an interest in this innovative idea. Investors interested in becoming a part of Sarder TV are invited to get in touch as well, contact us at russellsarder(at)netcomlearning(dot)com.
Sarder TV is a learning channel that contains a series of exclusive educational interview videos from top leaders in their industries, as well as motivational videos encouraging our public to succeed in their personal and professional lives, and many more. Russell Sarder, CEO of Sarder TV, has interviewed a series of leaders, who have shared their experiences and how they were able to achieve their success. Some of the names that Sarder has interviewed are: Ira Neimark, former CEO of Bergdorf Goodman; Russ Edelman, co-author of Nice Guys Can Get the Corner Office, Dan Hoffman, and David Hershfield, SVP Online Technology at RedCats.