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.
Nuance to Spin off Automotive Software Unit
The speech-recognition specialist is focusing on its “core growth opportunities” in the healthcare and enterprise segments.
Companies’ AI Leaders Sense Competitive Urgency
Key executives at early adopters of cognitive technologies see a short time-window for honing their strategies and skills.
How to Make Sure You Can Trust Your AI
Establishing trust in a company's artificial intelligence ecosystem is essential, given the potential unintended consequences of AI's continuing evolution.
Don’t Forget About Existing Technologies
While artificial intelligence is commanding great attention, finance departments should aim to maximize their use of earlier technologies.
Meeting the Tax Reform Challenge Through Automation
Companies don't need to spend a lot of money to address the issues brought on by tax reform. All they need is a bit of automation in the finance function.
Industrial CFO Leads Advanced Analytics Drive
Traditional data analysis isn't sufficient for today's competitive climate, says Stanley Black & Decker's finance chief.