As Harvard's research, funded by an award from the Intelligence Advanced Projects Activity (IARPA), aims to figure out how AI can recognize patters and shapes as well as the human brain, wondering what other spin-off discoveries of the human brain will transpire, and whether they will help fill the gap in "one of the great remaining achievements for human knowledge -- understanding how the brain works at a fundamental level."
Automation: A case study for preventing third party contract leakage
When an organization spends hundreds of millions of dollars per year on third-party contracts, 5% contract related cost leakage rate can add up. And yet, countless companies face this exact challenge.
The jobs are alright
There’s no question that AI has the potential to replace vast numbers of human jobs and completely reshape the workforce as we know it. Not only is this already occurring, but it’s kind of the point. Technologies like robotic process automation (RPA), cognitive, and AI are designed to be better than humans at knowledge-based tasks—which isn’t necessarily a bad thing.