Written by: Sian Townson | Published by: Harvard Business Review As more companies embed artificial intelligence in their products, services, processes, and decision-making, the definition of what AI is and where it can be most effectively applied is evolving
Written by: Randy Bean | Publication: Harvard Business Review For many years, companies have been working to become more data-driven, with mixed results. These efforts play out over time, but while the mission may remain steady, the particulars change.
In today’s digital age, data privacy is a major concern for businesses. With cyber threats and data breaches becoming increasingly common, it’s important to have robust security measures in place to protect sensitive information. One such measure that has gained
Written by: Ian Kahn, Paul Leinwand and Mahadeva Matt Mani | Published by: Harvard Business Review Companies spend billions of dollars every year to gain information about their customers, buying data from market research firms, running study after study,
Written by: Thomas C. Redman | Published by: Harvard Business Review Most companies continue to struggle in managing their data and putting it to work. They expend a lot of time and energy, but don’t get much for their
Big Data and Artificial Intelligence (AI) have rapidly become buzzwords in the business world. The potential applications of these technologies are limitless, and it’s no surprise that many organizations are investing in them. In this blog, we’ll explore the rise
In an era where data is the new oil and artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming the business landscape, the topic of data privacy, and security have moved to the forefront of the conversation. This is especially true in Jamaica, as
Written by: Tim Ryan | Publication: Harvard Business Review These days, it feels like we are living in the business world’s version of Billy Joel’s 1989 hit, “We Didn’t Start the Fire.” Inflation, geopolitical tensions, energy shortages, labor shortages,