U.S. Facing Threats to AI Tech Leadership
The AI race is inextricably linked with immigration policies and government investment, MIT researchers say.
5 Priorities for Moving Ahead with AI in 2020
Companies are coming to grips with the notion that they can't deploy artificial intelligence at scale as quickly as they had expected, research suggests.
Will Automation Cause Finance Job Losses After All?
Seventy percent of what finance does today can be automated, and "some jobs are just going to go away," says intelligent automation expert Lee Coulter.
Siloed Usage of New Technologies Thwarts Innovation
"The conventional IT stack wasn’t built for today’s world of analytics, sensors, mobile computing, AI, the internet of things, and billions of devices."
8 Trends Are Putting AI Into Clearer View
Companies are gaining confidence that their use of artificial intelligence is starting to pay off: KPMG study.
Transformation Requires a Scientific Approach
AI, machine learning, and other new technology must replace subjective rules of thumb and one-size-fits-all programs for business transformation to succeed.
Automate Leadership, Not Leaders
Artificial intelligence can't do the job of a leader, but it can help leaders do their jobs better.
5 Key Reasons Companies Are Wary of AI Adoption
While just one in six companies say they get high value from AI, a majority say they will within two years. But first, there are barriers to overcome.
A Finance Chief’s Practical View of Robotics and AI
Intelligent automation boosts both day-to-day finance functions and the quality of finance's strategic insight, says Willis Towers Watson's Michael Burwell.
Finance Function 2019: Fewer Functionaries, More Strategists
Heading into the new year, technology is starting to wipe out lower-level number crunchers in favor of mid-level team members focused on strategy.
An Action Plan for Artificial Intelligence in 2019
AI is supposed to make things easier, but businesses intending to make hay with the technology face a load of challenges ahead.