Andy Ray, Sales Director, Vicon, explores the value of cobots in the manufacturing industry.
Consumers have more choices than ever before on where to shop, bank, travel, eat, and more. To catch and retain customers’ attention, brand marketers are turning to the power of AI to create highly personalized experiences and offers. These targeted campaigns are data-driven and demonstrate that brands truly understand what their customers want, explains Raviteja Dodda, co-founder and CEO of MoEngage.
We heard from Anna Felländer, Founder, AI Sustainability Centre, advises on how organizations can achieve sustainable and trustworthy AI.
We heard from Errol Koolmeister, Founder, The AI Framework, on how to create an effective AI team.
Top Business Tech’s October webinar will discuss intelligent automation (AI), and how it can be harnessed to overcome challenges in the workplace.
Tom Henriksson, General Partner, OpenOcean, discusses how Covid-19 has shifted automation from the realm of long-term strategic thinking into an operational imperative for survival.
Conversational AI is becoming more popular as a way of automating messaging and speech-enabled applications that offer human-like interactions between computers and humans. But it’s often hard to get these projects right. This article will look at five key areas that will help improve your Conversational AI project, explains Dan Johnson, Head of Automation, Future Workforce.
AI and automation: it’s not the Hollywood sci-fi film you thought it was, says Mark Jordan, Managing Director at Contact Centre, Babble
Alessandro Chimera, Director of Digitalisation Strategy, TIBCO, looks at data competence, connectivity and capability in relation to connected cars.
Deriving the greatest benefits from AI requires businesses to understand and be comfortable with what it can and can’t do, and how it should be leveraged for the best results. In this article, Jonathan Zaleski, Sr. Director of Engineering at Applause and Head of Applause Labs, explores how businesses can overcome any difficulties associated with implementing AI and automated systems, and the importance of successfully training and crowdtesting their AI/ML models to remove any potential harmful bias.
Martin Rehak, CEO of Resistant AI, discusses the new ways in which organizations can combat Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) fraud.
Tom Shrive is the founder and CEO of askporter explores the AI-driven innovation that will take place over the next decade.
Emma Mahy, the CEO and co-founder of IoT Solutions Group, discusses how smart parking technology is helping drivers, benefiting local authorities and improving the environment.
Dr. Mahendra Samarawickrama, Senior Manager, Data Science and Analytics at Australian Red Cross, discusses how data science and AI can be leveraged to improve social justice and sustainability.
Sean Farrington, EVP EMEA, Pluralsight, considers how AI skills are industry agnostic and why market leaders are already putting them to good use.
In our latest podcast, we look at the innovation of technology and its Black-Mirror-Like evolution, the threats posed by AI and 5G, and tips for protecting your network.
The pandemic has accelerated the adoption of technology for many companies. Governments are developing strategies to encourage further adoption. However, many businesses are still wary of AI and require additional reassurance to go ahead, particularly in industries where implementation is slow. AI insurance is the solution to speed up adoption, says Saar Yoskovitz, co-founder & CEO of Augury.
Karen K Burns, CEO & Co-Founder of Fyma, looks at the broader implications of introducing AI into the retail sector, where the pushback from decision-makers is coming from, and what the future of the industry looks like.
Alan Hayward, Sales and Marketing Manager at SEH Technology, discusses how business can achieve sustainability in a digitally connected world.
Top Business Tech looks back over its first webinar, ‘Cybersecurity: Fighting back with AI’, and shares what’s in store at our next event!