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For a competitive edge in 2018, organisations must recognise the strategies, technologies, and business roles that can enhance their approach to business intelligence.
Cardlytics, a purchase intelligence platform that makes marketing more relevant and measurable, announced its plans for a Q1 2019 expansion into Asia with the opening of an office in Andhra Pradesh in the city of Vizag
Global business value derived from artificial intelligence (AI) is projected to total $1.2 trillion in 2018, an increase of 70 percent from 2017, according to Gartner. AI-derived business value is forecast to reach $3.9 trillion in 2022.
Artificial Intelligence, chatbots are overhauling customer service business: Girish Nayak, ICICI Lombard
Sales and customer support services have already undergone a sea change from how they were a decade back. With artificial intelligence and chatbots, they’re leapfrogging into another era.
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Artificial Intelligence will be a key enabler for insurance businesses to prepare themselves for the emerging risks that result from an increasingly digital world, according to data and analytics company, GlobalData.
In this informative video, government officials and specialists in finance and technology explore the evolving landscape of Revenue Intelligence and Management in the context of Commercial Tax.
The successful consulting firms of the future will be those that adapt to this new landscape, harness the power of AI, and continue to provide valuable, human-driven expertise while leveraging the capabilities of Generative AI to the fullest.
Both businesses and government organisations are now intensifying their focus on privacy and data protection as a vital element of their business continuity strategies following the enactment of the DPDP Act 2023.
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Telematics has grown in use recently. Understanding the integration of generative AI and embedded telematics cloud platforms is crucial for businesses to leverage richer data and optimize ROI.
SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son confidence stems from the current rapid advancements in generative AI, which he believes have surpassed human capabilities in specific sectors.