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AI Usage in Banking is Forcing the Conversation around the Ethical Use of Data

In this contributed article, Lisa Shields, Founder and Chief Executive Officer at FISPAN, dives into the ethical considerations banks must take into account when developing AI, and how they can do so responsibly. With the right business practices in place, banks can reap the benefits of AI while keeping customers in control of their data and protected from its misuse.

Vaccines Are Being Created By AI: Here’s How

In this contributed article, tech blogger Caleb Danziger discusses how medical researchers have begun using AI in a bid to reduce long drug development times and prevent costly failures. Now, these efforts are beginning to produce real results. A team of medical researchers from Australia’s Flinders University have designed an AI that has, for the first time, created a drug entirely by itself.

Healthcare APIs & Artificial Intelligence: What’s the Big Data Connection?

In this contributed article, freelance human Avery Phillips discusses how healthcare APIs, along with AI, is on the brink of revolutionizing healthcare. However, in order for breakthroughs such as predictive analysis to take place, the connection must be made to big data.

Conversational AI—A New Wave Of Chat-Enabled Customer Service

In this contributed article, Henry Vaage Iversen, Co-Founder and Chief Commercial Officer for www.boost.ai, discusses how conversational AI-powered virtual agents have begun to take over from the inefficient chatbots of the previous decade, standing up to current customer service requirements as we move into 2020 and beyond.

How AI Is Being Used to Assist U.S. Veterans

In this contributed article, tech blogger Caleb Danziger outlines how AI can be used in every sector, including in the government and even Veterans Affairs, or the VA. With the limitless uses of AI, the United States VA is turning it into a tool to help the country’s veterans in many different ways. The VA didn’t have to change how AI worked to make it useful though. Instead, they embraced the AI we use in our everyday lives and shaped it into something a little more specific.

How AI is Demystifying B2B Customer Loyalty

In this special guest feature, Dan Zimmerman, Chief Product and Information Officer at MSTS, discusses how AI can help crack the code of brand loyalty. Using AI, it’s possible to compare two seemingly-identical buyers, and accurately predict which will continue purchasing from the seller. This allows companies to identify unique opportunities and better pinpoint where to focus resources.

Drones and Data: How Utility Companies May Need to Rethink their Approach to Data Management

In this special guest feature, Ilkka Hiidenheimo, Sharper Shape CEO, provides detail about managing the robust data sets generated from drone utility inspections. While leveraging drone technology is an enormous benefit, it requires capabilities like AI and machine learning and better workflow processes to turn complex information into not only clear and simple, but also actionable – ultimately revolutionizing processes that will lead to long-term, beneficial results.

Take the Data Science Survey from the University of Pisa

A research team from the University of Pisa seeks your participation in their Data Science Survey. The survey is mainly addressed at those who work every day in the field of data science, either on their own or for a company. This questionnaire will provide the starting point for defining a common framework among those […]

How Artificial Intelligence is Revolutionizing How We Sell

In this special guest feature, Adam Honig, CEO of Spiro, discusses how proactive relationship management isn’t leveraging AI to replace humans, but instead is helping highly paid sales professionals work more effectively and providing sales leaders with critical insights into their pipelines.

How AI is Uncovering Hidden Treasures in Online Conversion & Revenue Growth

In this special guest feature, Michael Scharff, CEO of Evolv, believes that in the rapidly evolving world of e-commerce, today’s ideal customer experience may not be so ideal tomorrow. Fortunately, retailers can now use the power of AI and data-driven insights from online customer behavior to define that optimal experience today as well as in the future.