In this episode, Karen Hao, AI Reporter for MIT Technology Review, a publication claiming to be “the oldest technology magazine in the world.” Karen’s data-driven reporting focuses on demystifying the recondite world of AI & Machine Learning.
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In this episode, Mark talks with us about other impacts automation has had on his agency, including accelerating the justice process, ensuring evidence doesn’t fall through the cracks, and fundamentally changing how people perform their jobs with a greater sense of satisfaction.
In this episode, Anik reveals to us what he believes will be the biggest disruptions we’ll see in three, five, & 10 years from now. He also shares his advice to entrepreneurs on what VC’s look for when investing in startups, as well as what entrepreneurs should look for in a venture capital firm.
Self-service automation is becoming more of the norm rather than the exception. In fact, a recent survey by SDI found that 61% of businesses were focusing on some type of self-service initiative (up from 47% in 2015). And it’s not only for making your customers’ lives easier. Many organizations are realizing the benefits of providing […]
In this episode, Philippe shares with us a number of insights from this report, along with the revelation that intelligent automation can not only cut costs for organizations, but also generate new revenue streams.
The subject of IT outsourcing has long been one of staunch debate over the past few decades or so. It seemed that with the increasing use of cloud computing, having IT operations managed elsewhere would become the norm rather than the exception. Yet, there’s one thing that is now giving outsourcing a run for its […]
In this episode, we chat with Mark about a number of emerging technologies from automation, AI, and machine learning to quantum computing.
Imagine how much your company could accomplish if you had a veritable army of employees at your disposal. More importantly, what if these employees were perfectly happy waiting in the background for the next time you needed them? Believe it or not, that’s precisely what you’ll get with intelligent automation. Let’s take a look at […]
In this episode, Andy shares with us the challenges of IT keeping the lights on while integrating newly acquired companies, the most important skills needed to effectively automate IT operations, and why automation needs to be treated like a journey rather than a one-time thing.
In this episode, Andy share his insights on one skill he believes is most needed to make chatbots truly effective, the soft skills he feels are most overlooked when implementing IT automation, and the mindset that will work best for CIO’s when implementing automation technologies.
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