Episode 47: Neil Pasricha

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(1:30)We check out the week on the markets with Mike Taylor from Pie Funds. (5:34)We hear from Microsoft’s Seattle based principal research director Ranveer Chandra who was in NZ this week to speak about the growth of AgriTech and its implications for NZ farmers. (11:45)NBR’s Fiona Rotheram talks to Joanna Batstone, the Melbourne based Lab Director of IBM Research for Australia and NZ about the growing interest in Artificial Intelligence along with recent developments involving IBM’s Watson project. (22.39)Andrew's feature guest this week is Neil Pasricha. The author of a fascinating new book called The Happiness Equation. The result of his unrelenting search, over more than a decade, to hack human happiness. It contains the collective wisdom of hundreds of positive psychologists, dozens of Fortune 500 CEOs and thousands of personal interviews all focusing on one life-changing question: What is the simplest formula for a happy life? To subscribe: www.nbr.co.nz/sunday-business

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