Experts agree that artificial intelligence and automation will impact jobs — eliminating many and creating some, too. Here’s what a group of experts had to say during a Congressional hearing about just how AI will impact tomorrow’s workforce.
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IT organizations are focused on the cloud right now with automation and big data analytics also ranking pretty high on their to-do lists. AI, machine learning, and blockchain are down very low on the list of priorities.
As AI is woven deeper into different types of software and business processes, the success of it, particularly from customer experience and personalization standpoints, depends on its ability to recognize emotion and act accordingly. Will machines be able to achieve artificial empathy? Have they already? Following are some of the challenges and opportunities.
While the rationale for modernizing IT is often apparent, sometimes the messaging and positioning on the part of the IT group is just as important.
IT executives know that the cloud is changing everything, but they might forget that they have to update their disaster recovery plan accordingly.
It’s a mistake for companies to view compliance with GDPR as just a financial burden. There are real benefits to be had in understanding and protecting customer data.
This type of machine learning is going to become increasingly important in analytics and enterprise applications.