As the Committee on Standards in Public Life release their awaited report considering AI and its impact on the delivery of services, can government services leverage the power of AI safely and securely?
Automation in the workplace will have many forms. The rise of AI could usher in new businesses processes that need little human input. In a world of automation, will businesses be able to integrate these systems with their workforces?
Is it hyperbole about the coming automation revolution? Are robots about to take our jobs? In this first feature, we bring some much-needed sanity to the debate. Which sectors are likely to be most affected? Should these people start looking for new jobs? And from the business side, what is the reality of automation? Will it massively cut costs and increase productivity?
Being able to predict consumer behaviour has been the holy grail of marketing for decades. As businesses now collect masses of data about their customers and their behaviour and, with new AI tools currently available, is predictive analytics, a practical tool all companies can take advantage of?
As the co-founder and CTO of Rainbird Technologies, Ben is the driving force behind the fusion of human expertise and automated decision-making. He holds degree in artificial intelligence from the University of Sussex, is a former Adobe computer scientist, and is an active member of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Artificial Intelligence (APPG AI).
One of the first areas of your business that will see a significant impact by AI is recruitment and HR. Already, companies are using AI to help their HR departments improve efficiency, but also, support the more extensive strategic planning across the company.
As AI expands to touch every aspect of your business, how can your company embrace machine learning? What are the pitfalls to watch out for? And how will active machine learning influence the future of your enterprise?