How AI Is Challenging Management Theories and Disrupting Conventional Strategic Planning Processes

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When it comes to AI, businesses think ambitiously. Nearly 85% of executives believe AI will allow their company to obtain or sustain a competitive advantage in the marketplace. Contrastingly, just one in five companies have incorporated AI into their organization and less than 39% of companies have an AI strategy. Continue reading

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Digital transformation is here to stay ; How Artificial Intelligence(AI) is at the core & will drive the next wave of digital transformation…Unleashing productivity, efficiencies & new jobs

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In the past months, most of you may have run into a situation where you open the GPS app on your smartphone and it ‘knows’ where you would like to go because it fits a certain repetitive pattern of behaviour or the photo app organizing your pictures based on who are the most important people in your life. Underlying all these Artificial Intelligent (AI) features is a technology called deep learning that will unleash the next wave of digital transformation in the coming years ranging from self-driving cars to breakthrough medical diagnostics. But before we get to AI, we need to understand the core of digital transformation itself. Continue reading

My Top 10 Blog Posts on AI

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The market for artificial intelligence (AI) technologies is flourishing. Beyond the hype and the heightened media attention, the numerous startups and the internet giants racing to acquire them, there is a significant increase in investment and adoption by enterprises. A Narrative Science survey found last year that 38% of enterprises are already using AI, growing to 62% by 2018. Forrester Research predicted a greater than 300% increase in investment in artificial intelligence in 2017 compared with 2016. Continue reading

How Rise of Exponential Technologies – AI, RPA, Blockchain, Cybersecurity Will Redefine Talent Demand & Supply Landscape

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The current boom of exponential technologies of today is causing strong disruption in the talent availability landscape, with traditional, more mechanical roles being wiped out and paving way for huge demand for learning and design thinking based skills and professions. The World Economic Forum said in 2016 that 60% of children entering school today will work in jobs that do not yet exist. Continue reading