AI

Overview: Seven of my recent AI-related blog posts

Reading time: 4 minutes Here’s the story-line of seven of my AI-related blog posts published over the last three months, along with what I intend to focus on next.  Only 5% of US enterprises are investing in serious, AI-based business projects.  Data from PwC’s 22nd annual global CEO survey provides worth repeating. Five percent of…

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Is AI needed to cure this existential business crisis? (Part 2)

Reading time: 6 minutes  Kohl’s, Walmart and Trader Joe’s stories add more perspective and depth to my earlier analysis of how BestBuy survived the Amazon threat. None of these four success stories could be described as AI strategies even though many aspects of some of these firms’ business strategies benefitted from the use of AI…

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Post Notre Dame de Paris Disaster Will Accelerate Smarter Fire Fighting

A recent Facebook post found on the (www.facebook.com/kimkomando) page peaked my interest. This post got me to thinking about how organizations should consider making digital 3D models of buildings to help disaster mitigation and restoration. Many municipal codes already require building schematics to be approved and shared with local fire departments. Expect more collaboration between…

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Chatbots

Digital Assistants/Chatbots: What Should Patients Expect?

Digital assistants like Siri , Alexa, Cortana and Google Assistant are becoming commonplace  in our houses, devices and apps. Soon these same assistants will begin offering healthcare related services. Here’s a look at what to expect for the next 2 years. Soon these digital assistants may also order our medications or schedule dental cleanings. For…

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AI

Is AI needed to cure this existential business crisis?

Reading time: 6:30 In Apex internet predators will devour you I explored Amazonization —  being taken out by Amazon’s mojo — and its predecessor, Walmartization. Many senior business executives secretly shake with fear and anger over what Amazon and Walmart could separately do to their businesses. Consider the stresses on Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) companies.

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