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Artificial intelligence industry press

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Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

AI in data governance

The article explores the potential of artificial intelligence (AI) in improving small business data governance. Topics covered include the consideration of AI as a way to augment human intelligence, how AI can help in democratizing data governance, and the ability of AI in identifying internal and external data sets and evaluating the importance of the data sets to an organization's target performance metrics.

Disruption to traditional on-the-job-training

Article looks at how companies use of AI and robotics is disrupting training methods such as mentoring and on-the-job-training. It looks at the outcome of this trend ( 'shadow learning'), the solution and obstacles to learning.

Successful AI adoption

Article looks at how organisations can successfully adopt artificial intelligence by understanding organisational cultural barriers and lowering them. Leaders also need to think about AI more broadly.

AI, the IOT, content and opportunity

Article looks at the convergence of Artificial Intelligence, the Internet of Things and content and the complex ethical questions that this raises, The opportunities arising are also looked into with the potential for gains in efficiency, engagement and productivity.

Barbarians at the gate: AI and copyright on a collision course

Article looks at how AI and machine learning in competitive intelligence and customer insights applications are on a collision course with copyright law and the content publishing industry.

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Internet of Things

AI, the IOT, content and opportunity

Article looks at the convergence of Artificial Intelligence, the Internet of Things and content and the complex ethical questions that this raises, The opportunities arising are also looked into with the potential for gains in efficiency, engagement and productivity.

How botnets threaten the IOT ecosytsem

The article highlights the impact of connected technology botnets on the internet of things (IOT) technology. It discusses the role of connected technology in the daily life such as allowing communication with friends and family, keeping up to date with world events, and staying entertained. Topics include exploitation of the connected devices by hackers to harvest sensitive data, send spam and taking control of networks.

Blockchain is vastly overrated; supply chain cyber security is vastly underrated

The article focuses on cyber security issues for supply chains. It refers to collective digital developments as the cyber supply chain to improve efficiency, reduce order quantities and reduce lead times. It highlights major efforts in combatting cyber risks in the supply chain and major recent security breaches.

Structured data and its storage needs: structured data is declining as a proportion of all data, but it is vitally important to organisations.

The article offers information on topics related to structured data. Topics mentioned the storage needs of structured data, the increase of structured data, according to research firm International Data Corp. (IDC), and the effects of internet of things (IoT) and social media in the growth of structured data.

GDPR regulation of AI and deep learning in the context of IoT processing - a risky strategy

The article examines the opinions and guidelines issued to regulate Internet of Things (IoT) data processing under GDPR. Topics include the possible effects of the use of deep learning and artificial intelligence (AI) in IoT on personal data protection and privacy and their potential risks to data controllers and processors.

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Robotic Process Automation

Integrating security with Robotic Process Automation

The article offers information on integrating security with robotic process automation. It discusses the role of the robotic process automation in handling the sensitive enterprise data which involve copying and pasting account numbers and amounts from invoices to payment systems. It mentions the need to treat robotic process automation as an approach to automating business processes..

These are the bots you're looking for: Automate tedium, errors, and wasted time out of the finance department with RPA

The article discusses the growing use of robotic process automation (RPA) to automate financial processes in business. Topics discussed include RPA as solution to fundamental problems humans face when doing the same tedious task, and seven tasks that RPA manages. Also mentioned are examples where finance team will benefit from RPA, fear of adaption as a common concern in implementing RPA technology, and guides to starting a financial RPA project.

Exploring the use of Robotic Process Automation (RPA) in substantive audit procedures

This article uses a case study of an accounting firm’s employee benefit plan audits to demonstrate how RPA has the potential to improve audit quality.

Accounting AI and machine learning: applications and challenges

This article discusses the state of AI and machine learning as they relate to accounting, and the challenges the profession may face moving forward as these technologies start to spread.

Firm leaders look to technology to drive future change

The article focuses on the role of technology in bringing change to the delivery of accounting and consulting services. Topics discussed include technologies include blockchain, artificial intelligence, and robotic automation, digital services include cyber-security, IT advisory services, and data analytics services, and increasing the competence and skill of professionals.

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