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Why a Cat May Be Better Than Predictive Analytics in Picking World Cup Winners

Why a Cat May Be Better Than Predictive Analytics in Picking World Cup Winners

You may or may not have heard of Achilles the cat. If you have then you’ll know that has at least something in common with IBM’s Watson supercomputer. Achilles, it seems, who lives in St. Petersburg's Hermitage Museum in Moscow is currently serving as the World Cup 2018 oracle.

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Understanding The Role Of Artificial Intelligence In The Digital Workplace

Understanding The Role Of Artificial Intelligence In The Digital Workplace

There is a growing body of evidence to suggest that digital workplaces are not as "digital" as they might think or that organizations are introducing digital transformation strategies slower than was thought. Recent research from Gartner, for example, shows that many workers believe that the organizations where they work

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The Enterprise Chatbot: Your Future Coworker?

The Enterprise Chatbot: Your Future Coworker?

Artificial intelligence might still sound like a thing of the future, but the truth is AI-driven chatbots are changing the way we look at the workplace today.  Accenture predicts that by 2035, artificial intelligence “will double economic growth rates in 12 developed countries and boost labor productivity by up to

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Machine Learning Fragmentation Is Slowing Us Down: There Is a Solution

Machine Learning Fragmentation Is Slowing Us Down: There Is a Solution

Machine learning is advancing at a booming pace, both in the smart devices we interact with daily, and in commercial and industrial sectors of the economy. Machine learning capabilities are being added to everything from social media platforms, internet of things (IoT) devices and cameras to robots and cars.

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Chris McNulty: The Digital Workplace Is About Progress, Not Perfection

Chris McNulty: The Digital Workplace Is About Progress, Not Perfection

Over the course of his career, Chris McNulty has lived and breathed Microsoft’s SharePoint collaboration software from a variety of vantage points: as a customer, a developer, a systems integrator, an author and, since October 2015, as a Microsoft employee.

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The Rocky Path to Personalization

The Rocky Path to Personalization

After several years of businesses chanting the personalization mantra, the state of the market is ... mixed. This conclusion came from research my company, Magnolia, conducted via in-depth interviews with close to 100 organizations from a range of industries, including finance, retail, travel, media and public services.

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