Tag Archives: Artificial intelligence

Technology futures: Projecting the possible, navigating what’s next (WEF)

What lies ahead for us? Although the modern world allows us to know and control so many things, our collective future remains slippery. This seems particularly true this year, as we live through a global pandemic and amid countless existing environmental, economic and political uncertainties. Combining insights from the history of computing, the practical lens […]
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Forging new pathways: The next evolution of financial services (WEF)

The World Economic Forum, in collaboration with Deloitte, has just published the report: Forging New Pathways: The next evolution of innovation in Financial Services.  Emerging technologies such as AI, 5G, DLT, and quantum are increasingly being used by financial services firms and are forming clusters that are driving innovation throughout the sector. These advances can offer […]
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2020 Global human capital trends report (Deloitte)

This year’s report, our 10th annual, is the world’s largest longitudinal study of HR, talent, and related topics ever conducted. It draws on the insights of nearly 9,000 survey respondents from 119 countries and includes actionable strategies and stories from organizations that are at the forefront of putting the social enterprise to work. Our 2020 Global […]
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5 Steps to people-centred artificial intelligence (MITSloan)

Beth Stackpole As organizations push forward with AI, they should put individuals at the center of the design process. Here’s a roadmap for making that happen. As companies double down on business initiatives built around technologies like predictive analytics, machine learning, and cognitive computing, there’s one element they ignore at their peril — humans. That was […]
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The essential components of AI (Forbes)

Today, artificial intelligence (AI) is optimizing the way business is conducted, enabling predictions with supreme accuracy and automating business processes and decision making. The outcomes range from greater customer experiences to more intelligent products and more efficient services for enterprises. Just as the auto industry suddenly flourished in the early 20th century after many years […]
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What business leaders need to know about artificial intelligence (MIT Sloan)

By MIT Sloan AI isn’t coming for your job — yet. But leaders do need to understand how machine learning, natural language processing, and other intelligence will impact your business. Artificial intelligence dominates the headlines, part promise and part specter, as society grapples with how technology is changing the way we work and live. These […]
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10 Ways to derail an AI program (Harvard Business School)

By Harvard Business Review Despite big investments, many organizations get disappointing results from their AI and analytics efforts. What makes programs go off track? Companies set themselves up to fail when: They lack a clear understanding of advanced analytics, staffing up with data scientists,engineers, and other key players without realizing how advanced and traditional analytics […]
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Here are 5 ways we can help robots and people work together (WEforum)

For most people today, robots and smart systems are servants that work in the background, vacuuming carpets or turning lights on and off. Researchers and companies are exploring lots of avenues for improving how robots and artificial intelligence systems work – and technical advances are important. A few basic concepts from the deep body of scholarly research into human teamwork […]
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AI can help us overcome biases instead of perpetuating them, with guidance from the humans who design, train, and refine its systems.

by Paul R. Daugherty November 2018 AI can help us overcome biases instead of perpetuating them, with guidance from the humans who design, train, and refine its systems. Digital Artificial intelligence has had some justifiably bad press recently. Some of the worst stories have been about systems that exhibit racial or gender bias in facial […]
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7 Decades of Artificial Intelligence history (@2morrowknight)

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