The School of the Tomorrow: How AI in Education Changes How We Learn

We live in exponential times, and merely having a digital strategy focused on continuous innovation is no longer enough to thrive in a constantly changing world. To transform an organisation and contribute to building a secure and rewarding networked society, collaboration among employees, customers, business units and even things is

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The Organisation of Tomorrow – Available Now!

Earlier this year, I completed my PhD at the University of Technology Sydney. My research focused on how do emerging information technologies change the interaction of organisations and technologies. The title of my research was: Sociomateriality in the age of Emerging Information Technologies: How big data analytics, blockchain and artificial

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Are You Ready for a Smart Hospitality Industry?

The hospitality industry is all about delivering the best guest experience. Whether this is in the local restaurant around the corner, the five-star beach resort that you visit during your holiday or the conference venue where you attend an event. Superior guest experience is what differentiates the winners from the

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Why the Government of Tomorrow is Also a Data Organisation

Nowadays, every organisation is a data organisation. This not only applies to commercial organisations, but also to governments. Governments at every level – local, regional, national and supranational – should take a different approach to organise their activities. However, becoming a data organisation is not an easy feat. It requires governments to

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How Artificial Intelligence Will Disrupt the Financial Sector

Artificial intelligence thrives with data. The more data you have, the better your algorithms will be. However, just having a lot of data is not sufficient anymore. You also need high-quality data, or in the words of Peter Norvig, you need better data: > “We don’t have better algorithms, we

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Seen and Be Seen: How Facial Recognition Will Change Society

With the number of cameras drastically increasing in our world, facial recognition is rapidly taking flight. Facial recognition is a biometric faceprint, where artificial intelligence [https://www.thedigitalspeaker.com/understanding-elements-of-ai/] maps an individual’s face mathematically. This faceprint is then stored in data. Later, the stored data can be compared

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Seven Guidelines to Ensure Ethical AI

The organisation of tomorrow [https://www.thedigitalspeaker.com/the-organisation-of-tomorrow/] will be built around data, and it will require artificial intelligence to make sense of all that data. Artificial intelligence [https://www.thedigitalspeaker.com/understanding-elements-of-ai/] is a broad discipline with the objective to develop intelligent machines. AI consists of several subfields:

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Why AI Will Make Organisations More Humane

The organisation of tomorrow [https://www.thedigitalspeaker.com/how-build-organisation-of-tomorrow/] will be built around data. This will require smart algorithms to make sense of all that data. AI will enable organisations to leverage data and embed smartness [https://datafloq.com/read/why-the-future-will-never-be-slow-again/5010] in every process and customer touchpoint. When you

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How to Control AI that Becomes Too Advanced?

Artificial Intelligence is rapidly becoming more advanced. One of the organisations working on AI is OpenAI; the not-for-profit artificial intelligence research organisation co-founded by Elon Musk. Last week, they produced a paper [https://blog.openai.com/better-language-models/] demonstrating the progress they have made on predictive text software. The AI that

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