Aaron Back hosts Sudha Ranganathan of LinkedIn to discuss three dependencies that influence how AI will impact creative functions.
Janet Schijns defines how AI apps, supported by partners, can automate everything from repetitive tasks to supply chains for better operational efficiency.
Prof. Wil van der Aalst explores current and potential use case for the latest form of the process mining technology he invented. He sees a bright future in supply chains and manufacturing.
Toni Witt evaluates how low-code/no-code could lead to the democratization of AI and explores the impact that will have.
Aaron Back defines generative AI and shares a few use cases and considerations for vetting the technology before implementation.
Christine Hunter of Celonis shares how the Women in Process Mining community is paving the way for women and the future of process mining.
Janet Schijns offers guidance on what to look for when selecting a hyperautomation partner, which can be very different from other partners in the ecosystem.
Aaron Back discusses the emergence of artificial intelligence in the financial services industry, and how it will affect banking in particular through co-creation and customer experience.
In episode 76 of the Hyperautomation Minute, Aaron Back explains how AI, AR, and VR are transforming the shopping experience to create sustainable outcomes in the retail industry.
In ep. 75, Aaron Back explains how data and AI are being infused into life sciences to develop innovative solutions that target specific ailments and why there must be ethical guidelines in place.
In ep. 74, Aaron covers startup Gabriel’s unique AI solution to prevent and reduce the severity of acts of terror and other threats in public places.
In Ep. 73, Aaron Back explains how discussions and new product announcements at Celosphere 2022 highlighted the concept of digital twins and the power of artificial intelligence and machine learning.
In episode 72, Aaron offers his take on the Celosphere 2022 opening keynote, where a major idea surfaced around the need for human collaboration with AI, because the latter is only as smart as the data being fed into it.
In episode 71, reported from Oracle CloudWorld, Aaron talks about15 new industry-specific AI models that Oracle introduced and how each is able to suggest the next best action.
Reporting from CloudWorld for Ep. 71, analyst Aaron Back delves deeper into Nvidia’s usage of AI, which was discussed by Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang at Oracle CEO Safra Catz’s keynote.
In episode 70 of the Enterprise AI Minute, Aaron Oracle gives listeners a preview of his coverage from Oracle CloudWorld in Las Vegas.
In episode 69 of Enterprise AI Minute, Aaron discusses AI-generated posts, on LinkedIn, and the increasing importance of being real online.
In Enterprise AI Minute, Ep. 68, Aaron Back explores how the Vatican’s “Rome Call” ethics commitment, which has been signed by both Microsoft and IBM, could impact artificial intelligence.
In Enterprise AI Minute, Ep. 67, Aaron Back explains why Oracle believes the new Fusion sales solution will help it overtake its biggest competitor
In Enterprise AI minute, Ep. 66, Aaron emphasizes the need to balance use and strategy of AI across both key players — users and CXOs