ChatGPT is both the most overhyped and underhyped technology today. Tony Uphoff explains why.
Tony Uphoff cautions against both positive and negative hyperbole around ChatGPT, which nevertheless looks like a game-changing technology.
From chatbots and checkout-free stores to supply chain optimization and advanced analytics, Joanna Martinez explains automation advances in the retail industry.
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.
Today’s artificial intelligence apps have the capability to fundamentally transform businesses, as Tony Uphoff explains, but they work best when humans are in the mix.
Bob Evans analyzes the recent news that Microsoft and OpenAI are partnering to develop the Azure AI general intelligence platform.
Will Microsoft invest $10 billion in OpenAI and its ChatGPT tool? Acceleration Economy’s Aaron Back, Wayne Sadin, Tom Smith, and Toni Witt discuss the outcome of this potential investment.
AI tools such as ChatGPT and DALL-E 2 offer new ways to create content, product designs, and technology. Analysts Toni Witt explains why CXOs should take note.
From NLP and chatbots to personalized marketing communications and dynamic customer journeys, there are plenty of AI-based opportunities to enhance the customer experience, as Toni reports.
Blockchain enables creators to package and monetize their digital content in new ways, but it’s not the only tech stack that is doing so. AI is also helping generate content in the digital space. Here’s how.
Audio is as critical as visual when creating authentic immersive experiences. Brands delving into the Metaverse must take it seriously, explains Toni.
Verusen, Stockly, FindMine and TotalCtrl are all part of SAP.iO’s startup accelerator; all are expanding with customers, wins, or investments.
Startup Verusen has identified $53M in savings opportunities within client supply chains and helped manage more than $2B in inventory.
In episode 70 of the Enterprise AI Minute, Aaron Oracle gives listeners a preview of his coverage from Oracle CloudWorld in Las Vegas.
Tom Smith profiles a young “fintech healthcare AI startup” that’s employing AI and NLP to help medical facilities capture more revenue from their operating room suites.
In Episode 24, Pablo evaluates a recent case with malicious code on an open source development platform and questions whether or not these platforms are truly secure.
Natural-language processing (NLP) can benefit virtual worlds in many cross-sectional ways. Kieron Allen outlines a few use cases.
In Ep. 65 of the Enterprise AI Minute, Aaron Back explains the skills and roles needed to advance and develop new applications for AI across industries.
Ronak Mathur outlines use cases that demonstrate how image recognition technology, a subset of computer vision, is a critical component in nearly every industry from automotive and CPG to healthcare and retail.
In Enterprise AI Minute, Ep. 64, Aaron Back explains how and why massive LLMs are surfacing among big companies such as Google Cloud, Microsoft, and NVIDIA.