Finance is embracing its new best friend, automation. Many organizations have heard of robotic process automation – or RPA – and every day more of them deploy software bots to boost efficiency and control costs, often in the cloud.
The world of work is changing, fast, and HR teams face a new landscape. The World Economic Forum’s Future of Work 2018 report predicts 75 million jobs will disappear by 2022, but 133 million new roles will be created, thanks to robotics and AI.
New technologies are revolutionizing decision-making. For CFOs and their teams – the traditional guardians of “the truth” about the planning and performance of those decisions – the opportunity to forge new strategic partnerships across the enterprise is immense.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is everywhere ─ and nowhere. The gap between ambition and achievement seems vast, so this series of three blogs looks at the potential, application and implementation of AI in an innovative marketing environment.
Fast tech progress is fantastic – isn’t it? For those in Silicon Valley, new products, rapid development, and swift growth are all key to success. But how do people in the business world love new technologies? Or do they think they’re frustrating and overhyped?
Artificial Intelligence (AI) can and will underpin many of the upcoming changes affecting organizations as a whole, but especially IT departments. AI is being hailed as the cornerstone of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, with the potential to completely overhaul the way we live and work.
By 2025 there will be 163 zettabytes of data – but a only 3% of this data will be analysed according to a Seagate/IDC study. To turn this goldmine of data into actions, the key is looking ahead, not behind. An organisation tackling this task head on is Shibuya Tourism Association, which provides information for the area surrounding the iconic Shibuya Crossing in Tokyo. The crossing, and beyond Over 5 million foreign tourists a year visit this scrambled intersection made...