More than 60 percent of business leaders expect an increase in the number of roles requiring collaboration with AI by 2021, yet only three percent are planning significant investment in training programs. Here’s a look, and a few concrete steps, at how employers can ready the roadmap for reskilling current talent for the workforce of the future.
There’s a lot of dead history out there. So, how do you keep history alive? Just ask Jason Fiddler, Vice President, Marketing & Partnerships, as he oversees an $18 million technology transformation at the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame to introduce icons of the game to a new generation.
It’s been a year this month since the European Union enacted the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Hear from Margaret Franco, senior vice president of EMEA Marketing, Dell Technologies, as she shares her optimism around GDPR and why it is an opportunity to connect with customers on a personal level.
Executive sponsorship combined with engagement tells employees that digital transformation is a priority. The latest research also shows us that collaboration throughout the organization is a must have for the effort to succeed.
Many consumers don’t realize the extent to which companies collect and use their information. The emerging “data ethicist” role helps companies weigh these ethical considerations and more.
While results from a recent Forbes Insights survey show enthusiasm around AI’s potential, the numbers also indicate potential fragmentation in its adoption. Data management and security, company culture, customer experience and more are being weighed in the balance toward a comprehensive data strategy.