How it really works, in practice
The best way to explain the lessons learned during an RPA implementation is by sharing a case study of an RPA deployment.
Future tech in business
SA is caught up in the global hype of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR). This is distracting it from the unfinished business of redressing inequality and creating the preconditions for an inclusive digital economy and society.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is transforming the world of work. Technology is advancing faster than humans, disrupting both jobs and the skills needed to compete.
The 4IR, with artificial intelligence (AI) as one of its principal drivers, promises big changes. AI automation is expected to lead to, among other things, large disruptions in the labour market.
There are regular rants about companies that pretend doing AI but actually don’t. The truth is sometimes they’re just planning ahead — and it’s actually a good way to get started when solving big challenges.
Digital-only bank TymeBank has notched up around 670 000 customers since November last year, thanks to technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML) and big data.
This past year we’ve addressed some of history’s most important innovations in our Today in Technology blog and video series. Our focus is always on what we can learn from the past and apply to today’s issues.
“By 2020, there will be chips everywhere because chips will cost a penny. After 2020, it will be the post-silicon era, with quantum computing.”
One day soon an emerging technology highlighted in this report will allow you to virtually teleport to a distant site and actually feel the handshakes and hugs of fellow cyber-travellers.
The fast food company is buying Dynamic Yield in order to ramp up personalization.
The next crop of leaders are acting now to restructure costs and go on offense (including smart use of technologies).
Given retail’s steady migration to mobile and e-commerce, you may be wondering what retail will look like in the future.
THE Future of Work
“What do you want to be when you grow up?”It’s a question we often get asked as childrenSo which are today’s most respected occupations?
What if neither distance nor language mattered? What if technology could help you be anywhere you need to be and speak any language?
The future of work is at the heart of every major socio-economic-political debate raging around the world today.
The world’s first robot designed to carry out unbiased job interviews is being tested by Swedish recruiters. But can it really do a better job than humans?
In an era characteristically defined as “uncertain”, there is one fact that every industry can agree on: artificial intelligence (AI) will be one of the most disruptive technologies of the next decade.