AI has made great progress, but skepticism remains about its ability to impact high-level decisions. This week, different ways AI is impacting decision-making.
By Matt Asay, contributing writer for Infoworld.com
We’ve been overselling current capabilities of AI for years, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t have a bright future. That’s perhaps why Stanford University researchers conceived of a “One Hundred Year Study on Artificial Intelligence” (100 years!) back in 2016, with plans to update the report every five years through 2116, charting the progress of AI along the way. Five years after the inaugural report, the study authors recently released the second report.
By Alex Mathews, contributing writer for PRnewswire.com
Tech giants have been directing continuous research and innovation to drive the adoption of new technologies across a variety of industries, including automotive, healthcare, finance, and manufacturing. Technology has been an integral part of these industries for centuries, but Artificial Intelligence has put technology at the heart of many organizations. AI is now being integrated into…
By Joe McKendrick, contributing writer for Forbes.com
What kind of manager would put their full faith in an AI system? What types would brush aside AI in favor of their own conclusions? When it comes to high-level strategic decisions, many executives still will go with their gut, and not the machine. Is this a good thing?
By Tamlin Magee, contributing writer for RAconteur.net
Decisions, decisions, decisions. We make them every day: bad ones, good ones, seemingly inconsequential ones that have profound implications. It’s no wonder “analysis paralysis” plagues so many of us, even if the stakes are as low as picking a brand of ketchup in a supermarket aisle.
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