Topic: Artificial Intelligence
Starmind International CEO Peter Waser is using AI to leverage employee intelligence to answer any question a staffer might have.
Janeen Gelbart, CEO of Indiggo, is introducing AI-based “leadership execution” through a technology platform.
As the use of artificial intelligence grows, so, too, does the debate over how it will impact jobs.
Rob May, CEO of Talla, is out to make the nascent technology of intelligent bots mainstream in corporate America.
The worldwide artificial intelligence (AI) market is forecast for massive growth, from $21.46 billion in 2018 to $190.61 billion by 2025.
Artificial intelligence is finding its way into more and more pockets of business, with one of the latest being fundraising, through Adam Martel’s Gravyty.
Work automation, including artificial intelligence, is a growing reality, yet many CEOs and HR departments aren't prepared.
Concerns about artificial intelligence hurting jobs may be unfounded at the moment, but not going forward.
Almost three-quarters (74%) of people surveyed are ready to learn a new skill or completely retrain to keep themselves employable.
Artificial intelligence is at the top of the list of “foundations for future digital business and ecosystems” in research by consulting firm Gartner.