Business Leaders Have A Key Role To Play In Unlocking Opportunities From The Growing Focus On Data Privacy
Although it was the culmination of several years’ work, the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in May this year should be seen as the beginning
Investment in AI is on the rise and buzz is at an all-time high. But AI adoption by sectors outside the digital frontier is still in its early days. In general, few companies have incorporated AI into their value chains at scale; a majority of companies are still in experimental or pilot phases. According to a McKinsey State of AI discussion paper
How to Get Started With AI to Demonstrate Business Value In Months Common Best Practices in Getting Started with Artificial Intelligence
Today, data accumulation is surging at an unimaginable rate. The year 2018 is witnessing an explosion of data rise in storage driven by Artificial Intelligence (AI) and other similar forms such as Machine Learning (ML), etc.
Data is to the modern world what oil was to the 19th century – an extraordinary resource which can make winners of those who learn how to exploit it effectively.
Big data is no longer a speculation of things to come, but integral to almost every aspect of every business in today’s economy. Collecting information is only the beginning.
Organizations today are grappling with the challenge to protect sensitive data within and outside their traditional corporate network.