With artificial intelligence now a more prevalent part of technology solutions and business processes than ever, CIOs must identify and leverage the optimal AI solution for their business goals and technology stack.
Artificial intelligence does not come cheap. Although these technologies serve as a potent competitive advantage, they are often out of reach for startups and small businesses. So the question is, do startups really need AI?
AI might be hot right now, but your organization is going to have to do some groundwork first if you want to deliver value to the business. AI can advance digital transformation but before you jump all in, some initial prep and research will pay off and lead to greater long-term success.
Blockchain has the ability to impact and disrupt multiple business sectors; and as hacking, phishing and security threats are becoming more prominent, companies are turning to groundbreaking technologies to protect not only their information, but their clients.
AI is unlocking tremendous value for businesses by solving many last-mile automation problems that previous waves of technology could not address. But just like any technology early in its evolution and application, there are a few things to watch out for – and unintended bias tops the list. Proper design and rigorous planning can mitigate the issue.
Discover the latest projections for the future of machine learning in tech, including the mainstream adoption of NLP and voice-driven interactions and the rise of innovative ML/AI talent development initiatives.
Companies that are transforming themselves and enabling emerging and disruptive technologies can take four initial but concrete steps to strike the right balance between innovation and risk management.
Forty-eight percent of respondents to a West Monroe survey cited using technology to disrupt incumbents as one of their top drivers for making health care acquisitions. Here’s a look at what they’re buying.
The sharing economy is expanding beyond peer-to-peer dealings among consumers and has now made its way into businesses-to-business transactions. SMBs would do well to consider participating in this rapidly growing sector.
The digital business delivers more innovative, connected products to market by leveraging collaboration technology that breaks down silos separating product lines, teams and regions, and connects both internal and external customers.
More companies are investing in AI. However, to succeed, they need to make practical considerations for explaining its reasoning, low-data density environments, and the need for richer knowledge graphs.
Despite the slow pace of adoption for new technology-enabled solutions, there is an unprecedented opportunity today in healthcare’s digital transformation today. Innovators need to operate with an abundance mindset.
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