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Seth Earley : Is Your Data Infrastructure Ready for AI?

Seth Earley

Author and AI expert Seth Earley shares insights on AI initiatives as it relates to organizations, vendors, data systems and more in an article he wrote for Harvard Business Review. Co-written with Josh Bernoff, the HBR article answers an important question—Why do most of the AI initiatives of organizations fail? Seth Earley, from his 20-years experience […]

Mike Walsh: The Key to Building a Successful Remote Organization? Data

Mike Walsh

Mike Walsh, leading futurist, shared his insight on the key to building a successful remote organisation in his recent Harvard Business Review article. Data has become even more important when teams are working remotely. Here are a few highlights: In this respect, distributed organizations are typically ahead of more traditional ones — where documentation can […]

Mike Walsh: Why Business Leaders Need to Understand Their Algorithms

Mike Walsh

Mike Walsh, leading futurist, in his recent Harvard Business Review article, argued that business leaders need to understand their algorithms, to ensure that the technology is not optimised for unintended outcomes. Read further to see his views: One of the biggest sources of anxiety about AI is not that it will turn against us, but […]

Andrew Winston: How companies can navigate and profit from humanity’s biggest challenges

Andrew Winston

Warning signs of advancing climate change abound. Extreme weather, scarcity, and the rising cost of commodities foreshadow what might be ahead. Can we alter this perilous trajectory? Andrew Winston thinks we can, but to do so we must fundamentally shift the way business functions. He shared his insights in his recent TED talk.   Andrew […]