The GDPR General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which goes into effect May 25, 2018, requires all companies that collect data on citizens in EU countries to provide a “reasonable” level of protection for personal data. The ramifications for non-compliance are significant, with fines of up to 4% of a firm’s global revenues.
The definition of Data Breaches in current times have evolved from, happening under ‘malicious intent’, to also cover those which have been occurring as a consequences of bad data policies and regulation oversight. This means even policies that have been deemed legally screened might end up, in certain circumstances, in opening doors to some significant breach of data, user privacy and ultimately user trust.
AI technologies are some of the most complex and exciting topics going into the new year and so I’ve put together a list of the top 10 artificial intelligence trends to look out for in 2018.
The conversation is no longer whether artificial intelligence is going to affect our lives or the workplace. Instead, it revolves around a series of questions: When is it going to happen? What will it look like? And will robots replace the entire human workforce…or just most of it?
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.
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.
This detailed primer will provide you crucial overview of the AI’s increasing prevalence amongst Indian industry, government and peripheral ecosystem and the significant impact AI will have in your organizations to remodel strategic and business models accordingly.