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Interview: Artificial intelligence is disrupting recruitment (Includes interview and first-hand account)


Rajeev Behera, CEO of Reflektive sees artificial intelligence as catalyzing the adoption of machine intelligence in recruiting. This is by helping to match people to more accurate job opportunities. To understand how this type of technology can assist recruiters spot and take on the best talent, Digital Journal interviewed Behera. AI and machine learning enables employees at all levels and across industries to focus on higher-value work, to grow new skills, and make better decisions based on greater access to and use of data-driven insights and tools. Similar to prior periods of innovation including the past two decades of computing, software and the internet – new industries and technologies will emerge and continue to stimulate job growth.

AI-based Business Process Automation in the Enterprise


The fourth industrial evolution--the melding of the cyber with the physical--is well underway. Industry 4.0 is impacting not only Operational Technology, but Information Technology as well. This can most readily be seen, perhaps, when one considers how machine learning and artificial intelligence is driving efficiencies in business processes that begin with physical documents, digitize them, and then classify, enrich and dispatch them to workflows before they are, finally, archived in document management systems.

Top 10 Use cases of Artificial Intelligence In Manufacturing


There is no doubt that over 60% of manufacturing companies are using AI technology. AI in manufacturing cuts downtime and ensures high-quality end products. Moreover, manufacturing companies are applying AI-based analytics solutions to their information systems for improving work efficiency. AI in manufacturing will have a crucial impact on the smart maintenance of the production environment. To avoid sudden damages to machinery, manufacturers are predictive solutions.

Global Volatility & AI: How It Will Affect Your Supply Chain


Geopolitical and market events promise to make 2019 a challenging year for supply chain and procurement teams, one full of both increased risks and opportunity. Forward-thinking professionals are looking to new technologies to help them make the most of it. Managing geopolitical risk has always been a part of procurement and supply management's job, but as new sources of supply volatility emerge and the threat of tariff escalations increase, managing these risks has become critical. In addition to the standard sources of risk - typhoons, hurricanes, factory fires and labor disputes, world events have created new sources of risk that were unforeseeable a few short years ago. Traditionally a stabilizing influence, U.S trade policy has become less predictable.

Top 10 Artificial Intelligence Trends for 2020


Artificial intelligence, machine learning, neural networks or whatever other fancy terms industry is coming out with for what is defined as the sophisticated computer technology that is becoming widely utilized to understand and improve business and customer experiences. I assume you have heard of it before, but the way it is defined today is an area of computer science that emphasizes the creation of intelligent machines that work and react like humans. Digital IQ, as the measurement of how well an organization can understand its business processes and the content and data within them from a variety of critical perspectives, will play an increasingly important role in every digital transformation strategy as more enterprises come to the realization that they must have visibility into their operations. Digital Intelligence solutions will help organizations increase this business-critical ability by optimizing automation initiatives and complementing platforms like RPA and BPM. In 2020, more organizations will adopt digital intelligence technologies into their overarching digital transformation initiatives, as enterprises realize that these solutions illuminate paths to improved customer experience, reduce operating costs and sharpen competitive advantage.