While NLP will enable us to switch to machine effort for high-value, low-risk items, we will still need people to process the high-risk items.
Consumers live in a 24/7 globally connected digital world, and because of it, companies that were quick to embrace digital disruption are the ones that now are building more meaningful brand-based relationships with their customers.
Social media is a two-edged sword. It helps brands reach their targets in a more organic way, and it helps customers wield wider influence.
We are on the cusp of truly remarkable changes in the way we think of healthcare and how we deliver healthcare. Artificial Intelligence will be a key enabler for both the transformation and the disruption of the healthcare ecosystem.
AI and blockchain can avoid duplication of work and streamline identity management.
Welcome to the August edition of BTB with our focus on the rapidly changing world of manufacturing, where digital technologies are forcing companies to rethink product, supply chain, and consumer satisfaction, in real time.
As the traditional boundaries within the C-suite change, how does the boardroom, and specifically the CFO, focus on the transformation required to introduce new business models and create more intimate, intelligent relationships with its end consumers?