Posts Tagged 'Management'

CEO Roundup — Views On AI from 5 Top Tech Execs

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Business Insider offers a capsule summary of the current views on AI held by five of the most influential executives in technology: Eric Schmidt of Google, Elon Musk of Tesla & Space X, Satya Nadella of Microsoft, Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook, and Jeff Bezos of Amazon.

On malicious AI, with the exception of Musk, they trend non-alarmist. On near-term and medium-term opportunities, they are cautiously optimistic.

Satya Nadella, in particular, has a recent nuanced view articulated in Slate.

The bottom line is that ...

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Smarter Perspectives Needed to Prepare for Smart Machines

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Tom Davenport and the International Institute for Analytics offer a thoughtful perspective on “how to help humans work better with smart machines.” This is not the first or the last word you will hear on this issue, but it provides an important, business-based perspective on what can be a largely emotional topic.

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The End of Expertise? Or A New Beginning?

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Bill Fischer, Professor at International Institute for Management Development in Lausanne, Switzerland, recently penned a short op-ed nugget titled “The End of Expertise.” The piece is a “perspective” written to coincide with the 7th Global Drucker Forum being held in Vienna in November, and it was published on a no less respected platform than the Harvard Business Review website.

A major tenet of Fischer’s argument is that today’s decision makers need merely enlist “AI” to assemble from the Internet the answers ...

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Framing Machine Learning and Cognitive Computing

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Machine learning and cognitive computing are joined at the hip, but they are surely not one and the same. In this roundtable discussion, five professionals specializing in machine learning, analytics, data science, information architecture, and management consulting struggle to offer informed perspectives about both the state of the art of the technologies and the readiness of enterprises to benefit from them. Originally published in IEEE IT Professional magazine.

Read the Discussion on InfoQ

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