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AI is on the verge of becoming a critical part of business infrastructure. TechRepublic spoke to the CEO of a data science company to understand how to best integrate AI into business plans.
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As cloud collaboration changes expectations, the music industry is primed for disruption. A new breed of cloud tools is enhancing how artists in separate locations create beautiful music together.
SumAll CEO Dane Atkinson talks about a data freshness approach: targeted responses for high conversion, then over time aligning with market changes and staying on top of patterns.
A new report by the EIU suggests that predictive analytics is driving better results for growing firms. We talk to APT's Rupert Naylor about the report's big takeaways for tech decision makers.
Adobe tamed the chaos of managing social media inside a big company and figured out how to keep all the departments pushing in the same direction.
Younger fans are leaving stadiums when they can't get connected, so sports teams are finally embracing technology as a way to improve the fan experience and increase the team's bottom line.
The back office is moving away from a reliance on archaic manual tasks to achieving streamlined, reliable processes with automation.