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AI is Shrinking the World—and Driving Business

Artificial intelligence is helping small- and mid-sized businesses compete more effectively, and globally, writes eBay's chief strategy officer.   More

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Where AI Creates Winners – and Losers

Smart companies obsess over how to leverage digital technology. But it also matters whether an industry faces growth or decline. Here’s a look at how some industries will fare in the age of artificial intelligence.   More

Artificial Intelligence Partner Insights

AI Leaders Say Business Is Ready

At a Techonomy panel discussion about AI in Davos, Nielsen CEO David Kenny, Salesforce Chief Scientist Richard Socher, and Genpact CEO Tiger Tyagarajan all said AI would dramatically transform business, and were cautiously optimistic about what it means for people.   More

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If You’re Not Already in AI, You’re Behind

It's a massive economic driver, and no company in the world can afford to ignore the realities. We are entering the AI-Take-All economy.   More

Artificial Intelligence Jobs Partner Insights

Study: AI Fears Diminish, But People Seek Help Reskilling

A new study finds people less freaked out about workplace automation than in the past. But it also finds companies more confident than workers that there is enough retraining and preparing going on. The transition is going to require a bigger societal effort than is yet underway.   More

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NYC Designer Teams with AI to Create “Cyberpunk Couture”

Left brain, meet right brain. Fashion designer Joshua Mudgett brings cutting-edge technology to the design and execution of high fashion.   More

Artificial Intelligence Partner Insights

Will Software Robots Make Your Job Less Boring?

Robotic Process Automation is a fast-growing software designed to relieve workers of repetitive tasks. Our partner, UiPath sees it as a key to corporate digital transformation.   More

Artificial Intelligence Community Insights

Canadian AI Needs More Commercial Successes

Toronto has been developing a base of world-class research since the 1980s and has become a hub for AI research over the past two years, but has been slow to effectively commercialize the effort.   More

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AI Enters the Network

Ultimately the end game when AI comes into the network: It will be able to completely rebuild itself in a matter of minutes.   More

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AI, China, Data, Good Thinking, and our Fall Conference

What is happening with the future of AI, and how will it alter geopolitics? That's the kind of question that motivates our company, and our preparation for our fall conference. China looks strong. Beijing-based computer scientist, investor, and author Kai-Fu Lee will be one of several interpreters.   More

Artificial Intelligence E-Commerce Media & Marketing

The AI Path to Conversational Commerce

By 2020 as many as 50 percent of all searches will be by voice. Connected devices are proliferating, and conversational commerce profoundly impacts how we search, shop, and engage with companies. One study predicts 7.5 billion virtual personal assistants by 2021.   More

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Techonomy NYC: Automated Workplace Brings Promise and Peril

The future of work is being remade by artificial intelligence and automation. The pros and cons were a subject of debate at Techonomy NYC last week.   More

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Three Technology Trends Disrupting the B2B Supply Chain

Automation, AI and analytics, blockchain, and omni-channel sales promise to disrupt the supply chain. This piece, prepared by our partner, Celestica, explores the impact.   More

Artificial Intelligence Community Insights

Stay Curious to Win In the Age of AI

As AI remakes every industry, workers with the human traits of creativity, emotion, judgment, and the ability to make strong relationships will be in more demand than ever.   More

Artificial Intelligence Techonomy Events

How AI Took Center Stage at Techonomy

The Techonomy community has been grappling with the promise and potential perils of artificial intelligence as the technology has moved from science fiction to reality. Follow the conversation and check out our infographic that breaks down the numbers.   More

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AI Takes Center Stage

Note: the data in this infographic comes from the article, “Will Bots Take Our Jobs? Yes and No.” by Puneet Shivam   More

Artificial Intelligence Arts & Culture

Techonomy@SXSW: When AI Takes Over the Arts

Get a taste of SXSW with this discussion on the relationship between technology and the arts. It gets at the heart of what it means to be human -- and if that is, in fact, uniquely human. Will technology augment the creative process or replace it?   More

Artificial Intelligence Business Opinion

Confused by Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain? You’re Not Alone

In the first months of 2018, I’ve attended a lot of events, and they all had one thing in common.   More

Artificial Intelligence Government Partner Insights

Lessons for Business as the Pentagon Embraces AI

As AI's influence in the U.S. military grows, business leaders must consider the nature of their partnerships with defense agencies. Advanced AI may even force change — both operational and cultural — throughout the United States' large defense organization.   More

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By Embracing Tech, Small Business Can Act Big

As larger competitors adjust to increasingly more experience-focused consumers, small businesses are not far behind, says Pitney Bowes' Jason Dies. Emerging technologies like the cloud, analytics, virtual assistants, and AI can help close the gap between small businesses and their competitors. (Note: Pitney Bowes is a Techonomy partner.)   More