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Welcome to your new weekly Briefing from The Digital Eye. This has been compiled for busy professionals who have limited time but want to stay up to date with the latest digital news. VIDEO: What can we do to improve work performance? We hope you have found these articles informative. Would you please share with others who might also be interested?
What is your level of understanding of one of its major components, artificial intelligence, in regards to its issues and opportunities? Do you think 2018 was the year of artificial intelligence, or do you think 2019 will be its year? Perhaps we are now in the middle of the AI era. For several years now, research, development, and business investments in AI technologies have no longer been the preserve of Google, Amazon, Facebook, or Apple (GAFA) or their rivals from China Baidu, Alibaba, Tencent, or Xiaomi (BATX). Look at an example: "The essential landscape of enterprise AI companies (2018-2019)."
This month saw the European Conference on AI (ECAI 2020) go digital. Included in the programme were five plenary talks. In this article we summarise the talk by Professor Carme Torras who gave an overview of her group's work on assistive AI, and talked about the ethics of this field. Carme is based at the Institut de Robòtica i Informàtica Industrial (CSIC-UPC) in Barcelona. Her lab includes an assisted living facility where the team can test their robots in real-life situations.
This article was first published in the April 2019 China edition of Accounting and Business magazine. Emotional intelligence is an increasingly important factor for success for finance professionals, particularly in the era of artificial intelligence (AI). The link between the two was explored at the ACCA Hong Kong CFO Summit, held late last year, at which delegates were asked to consider how finance leaders can seek to thrive in the digital age. 'Our strength in this increasingly digital age is being human, exercising judgment, scepticism and emotional maturity,' said Jane Cheng, head of ACCA Hong Kong. 'Emotional competencies are critical to becoming a trusted and capable professional accountant, someone who can combine analytical figures with emotional maturity.'