AI and Robotics Are Fundamentally Changing Healthcare

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AI, machine learning, and robotics are fundamentally changing healthcare, says Johnson & Johnson CEO Alex Gorsky. "One of the most exciting parts of my job right now is to see the technology that's usually equated with California and the West Coast," said Gorsky. "Whether it's AI, machine learning or robotics, you're seeing it more and more being integrated into healthcare." One of the most exciting parts of my job right now is to see the technology that's usually equated with California and the West Coast. Whether it's AI, machine learning or robotics, you're seeing it more and more being integrated into healthcare.


In 50 years we'll have 'robot angels' and will be able to merge our brains with AI, according to technology experts

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Brian Wong - Kiip, CEO & Co-founder: So in 50 years I think the world will, in terms of technology, really change and really this concept I call proximity of tech - which is how close the technology is to your body. And right now where it's kind of silly, we hold things and we wear things and it's kind of at our hands, right? And we might put it on over our faces but the whole point is just getting it into our eyeballs, into our ears, into our stomachs. Ingestibles are already a thing, it's crazy, you literally ingest these pills these robot pills that can obviously see what you're eating and all these things and all your caloric intake, it's amazing. And then you know you've heard of startups like Magic Leap where they're doing AR for your world; I should just be able to load my emails then like do this, then do this, that's literally what will happen I think in 50 years, everything will just come inside and that to me is really, really exciting.


Colorado at the forefront of AI and what it means for jobs of the future

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A group of MIT researchers visited Lockheed Martin this month for a chance to talk about the future of artificial intelligence and automation. Liz Reynolds is the executive director of the MIT Task Force on the Work of the Future and says her job is to focus on the relationship between new technologies and how they will affect jobs. "Colorado is at the forefront of thinking about these things," Reynolds said. "All jobs will be affected by this technology." Earlier this year, U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., created an artificial intelligence strategy group to take a closer look at how AI is being used in the state and how that will change in the future.


Data is 'absolutely essential' to the future of work

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Technology is an intrinsic part of our lives, both personally and professionally. How will the advent of tech affect the future of work? As technological advancement becomes more rapid and more nuanced, we're beginning to see more and more ways for it to play a part in shaping the future of work. From machine learning to AI and robotics, the very fabric of the workforce and the workplace may be on the cusp of a dramatic change. Food and facilities management giant Sodexo may, by the very nature of its work, find itself at the vanguard of that change.


The CIO engaging customer experience for enterprise success with Yousuf Khan – CIOitk #17

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This week I'm joined by Yousuf Khan, CIO and VP of Customer Success at Moveworks. Yousuf has served as CIO for multiple companies and shares his perspective on the changing CIO role. CIOs are finding themselves moving beyond operational functions and taking on customer-facing responsibilities. In this episode, we discuss the importance customer experience plays for enterprises and the pillars that enable the CIO to play a significant role. Yousuf outlines three keys to building relationships and the importance that community plays in CIO decision making. Tim Crawford: Hello, and welcome to the CIO In The Know podcast, where I take a provocative but pragmatic look at the intersection between business and technology. Tim Crawford: This week I'm joined by Yousuf Khan, CIO and VP of Customer Success at Moveworks. Yousuf has served as CIO for multiple companies and shares his perspective on the changing CIO role. CIOs are finding themselves moving beyond operational functions and taking on customer-facing responsibilities.