What to do when machines do everything : how to get ahead in a world of AI, algorithms, bots and big data / by Malcolm Frank, Paul Roehrig and Ben Pring
By: Frank, Malcolm.
Contributor(s): Roehrig, Paul. Pring, Ben.Publisher: Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley, 2017Description: xi, 235 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781119278665.Subject(s): Information technology | Business | Society | Artificial intelligence | Organisational effectivenessOnline resources: Download as an eBook | Read our book review
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When machines do everything -- From stall to boom - we've been here before -- There will be blood -- The new machine - systems of intelligence -- Your new raw materials - data is better than oil -- Digital business models - your five ways to beat Silicon Valley -- Automate - the robots aren't coming; they're here -- Halo - instrument everything, change the game -- Enhance - amplify human performance with the new machine -- Abundance - finding your 10X opportunities with the new machine -- Discovery - manage innovation for the digital economy -- Competing on code - a call to action from the future.
Discusses what businesses can do to adapt and survive the significant changes AI and robots are bringing to every industry. Offers insights into how AI can enhance human performance and describes the four most common pitfalls to avoid.