Troy Pilkington, Sarah Keene, Liz Blythe, Zoe Sims and Chris Brunt of Russell McVeagh write about a critical facet of using AI in business.
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How can organisations manage employee fears regarding the introduction of AI? Kylie Dunn, Liz Blythe, Laura Cole and Zoe Sims of Russell McVeagh share some pointers.
With AI advancing by the day, this is a question begging to be answered, writes Piers Smith of FaceMe
Organisations are setting their sights beyond digital transformation, and many realise they need new technology in their arsenal to succeed, writes Justin Gray of Accenture
Thought not yet widely recognised, these trends are expected to have broad industry impact and significant potential for disruption long-term, reports Gartner
Before implementing AI, organisations should fully understand the technology, and where the key risk areas lie. These three key factors should be considered first, write Liz Blythe and Zoe Sims of Russell McVeagh
“With the spectrum being progressively allocated, companies can start rolling out 5G from 2020”
The deal will provide a needed email management solution for our existing and new clients, says Tovia Va’aelua, rhipe NZ country manager.
Expect to see developers and the tech industry calling for and partnering in institutional fixes - for climate change and for problems that the internet has drawn blame for in recent years, writes Tal Niv of GitHub
Will target online giants with digital tax
Fomenting unrest with the status quo is good for the organisation, writes Mark Rees of Xero
€50 million fine under the GDPR – French Data Protection Watchdog flexes its muscles: what does it mean for you?
Even for businesses not subject to the GDPR, the decision gives a taster of how New Zealand privacy law is likely to develop as the Privacy Bill makes its way before Parliament, write Hayley Miller and Campbell Featherstone of Kensington Swan
But businesses must put both their clients and customers in the driving seat, giving them control and quashing any false claims that AI will replace humans at work, writes Sam Daish of Xero
Misuse of data could compromise privacy or individual rights, prompt incorrect decisions or a misapplication of skills and, ultimately, drive a very consequential loss of employee trust in the organisation, writes Ben Morgan of Accenture Interactive NZ
Old established markets like insurance and real estate are open for disruption, says FintechNZ general manager James Brown