Artificial Intelligence (AI) makes it possible to learn from experience, adjust to new inputs and perform human-like tasks. The term artificial intelligence was coined in 1956 and has become increasingly integrated into technology, spanning all sectors of business.
How are you using AI to enhance not just your business operations, but the decisions made by the enterprise?
In what areas of your department can you use AI to automate work, defend your environment, or increase technology efficiencies?
How can you use AI to defend the enterprise in a pandemic?
Almost every CIO I talk to boldly claims their enterprise is a “data-driven enterprise.” Yet, a recent Global CEO outlook by KPMG survey tells a completely different story: 67% of the CEOs worldwide (that number jumps to 78% in the US)…ignored the data-driven analytic and predictive models provided by their CIO/IT teams because it contradicted with their own experience. Instead, they made major enterprise decisions based on their intuition.
If you want your executives to truly make decisions based on data, then it’s important to make sure your AI system is ingesting the right kind (and amount) of information in order to output better models.
The surge in digital connectivity and more sophisticated cyber-threats has driven the need for smart cyber-security. With the use of evolving technologies – including Artificial Intelligence – we are able to lessen security gaps by reducing dependence on humans and improving cyber-security capabilities.
Since the first report of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Wuhan, China, it has spread to at least 100 other countries. As China initiated its response to the virus, it leaned on its strong technology sector and specifically artificial intelligence (AI), data science, and technology to track and fight the pandemic. Meanwhile, tech leaders, including Alibaba, Baidu, Huawei and more accelerated their company’s healthcare initiatives. As a result, tech startups are integrally involved with clinicians, academics, and government entities around the world to activate technology as the virus continues to spread to many other countries.