A Game Plan for Quantum Computing
Some companies may begin to reap gains from quantum computing within five years. Here's what they should know now.
U.S. Facing Threats to AI Tech Leadership
The AI race is inextricably linked with immigration policies and government investment, MIT researchers say.
Can Companies Come to Grips With AI Hype?
As artificial intelligence options pile up, it gets harder to tell what's real from what's fake. But there may be reason to hope for greater clarity: KPMG.
‘Alternative’ Data Drives S&P Global’s Growth
The Fortune 500 data company onboards AI and machine learning capabilities to make hay with unstructured datasets.
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.
Five Ways CFOs Can Use AI — Today
While AI is often overhyped, there are a number of practical applications that are available to finance chiefs.
Financial Application Buyers Are Stuck in the Present
In making software-buying decisions, finance organizations are too focused on gaining efficiencies and not enough on future digital needs, says Gartner.
Amid Data Deluge, Judgment Still Makes the Difference
No matter how much data is fed to machine learning and predictive analytics tools, the key is deciding which outputs are useful and how to act on them.
Advanced Technologies Are Taking Over Finance
Research shows that finance departments are deploying the latest cutting-edge tools at a startlingly increasing pace.
Prepare Now for Next-Generation Cyber Threats
A soon-coming world that's almost entirely digitized and connected will expose companies to vast new cybersecurity risks.
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.