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The Business of Artificial Intelligence

What it can - and cannot - do for your organization

Beijing sets ambitious goal to lead in AI by 2030

China has laid out a development plan to become the world leader in artificial intelligence (AI) by 2030, aiming to surpass its rivals technologically and build a domestic industry worth almost US$150 billion (S$204 billion)....

Study: Artificial Intelligence, Analytics Accelerate Digital Workplace Transformation

New research which examined how organizations are evolving from a traditional office environment to a digital workplace reveals that gaining competitive advantage and improving business process are among the top goals of their digital transformation strategy....

Does HR need more (artificial) intelligence?

2017 has seen a marked increase in discussions and debates on the effect of artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning and automation in the workplace. Setting aside debate about whether automation will result in job losses, AI and machine learning present numerous opportunities for the human resources sector, particularly in large organisations...

AstraZeneca taps AI for drug discovery in deal with Berg

AstraZeneca has forged a research collaboration with Boston-based Berg, a specialist in artificial intelligence for drug hunting, in the latest sign of big pharma's interest in using supercomputers for drug discovery.

The state of AI adoption and development in Asia

Artificial intelligence (AI) is seen as the latest game changer for businesses. With all the global tech giants, including Amazon, Google, IBM, and Microsoft, making headway into bringing the technology into reality, Asia AI expert Dion Wiggins said the region is just as active, if not as vocal, in bringing AI to enterprises.

Four Trends in Artificial Intelligence That Affect Enterprises

We all have seen the headlines: "Google's AlphaGo defeats world-class Chinese “Go” player"; "IBM's Watson is tackling healthcare with artificial intelligence"; and so on. Artificial intelligence (AI), which is essentially a set of tools and programs that make software ’smarter’ in a way an outside observer thinks the output is generated by a human, is starting to break out on the global stage.