10 of Prince's most unforgettable collaborations

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Prince famously recorded most of his music entirely on his own -- but when he did collaborate with other artists, the result was nothing but fire. SEE ALSO: A look back at Prince's spectacular 2007 Super Bowl performance Here are a few of Prince's most spectacular collaborations -- each the better for the icon's presence. Prince's collaborations with Sheena Easton are hard to come by online -- but they're great tracks nonetheless. Prince makes not one, but three rock icons look like amateurs. Have something to add to this story?


How can law firms enhance collaboration with artificial intelligence?

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There's been a perception that the adoption of technology in legal services has been slow over the past few years. However, according to the ALM 2015 Law Tech Survey this is certainly beginning to change as 95% of firm leaders and technologists respondents agreed or mostly agreed with recent decisions by management regarding the firm's technology. Law firms have faced a number of challenges over recent years. Although the UK is recovering well from the 2009 financial crisis this also led to stricter compliance regulations. With the increase in regulatory demands there is a need for better finance and risk mitigation.


How can law firms enhance collaboration with artificial intelligence?

#artificialintelligence

There's been a perception that the adoption of technology in legal services has been slow over the past few years. However, according to the ALM 2015 Law Tech Survey this is certainly beginning to change as 95% of firm leaders and technologists respondents agreed or mostly agreed with recent decisions by management regarding the firm's technology. Law firms have faced a number of challenges over recent years. Although the UK is recovering well from the 2009 financial crisis this also led to stricter compliance regulations. With the increase in regulatory demands there is a need for better finance and risk mitigation.


Are You Prepared to Partner with the Machines?

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Artificial intelligence (AI) is no longer just a futuristic notion--it's here now, and more and more businesses are using it to fuel efficiency, growth and innovation. How is that going to impact your career--and are you prepared to partner with the machines? Reimagining business We believe that AI will not replace human workers, but will actually augment their abilities by complementing their skills, collaborating on complex tasks and freeing them from routine or repetitive tasks through automation. When we reviewed what 1,200 businesses around the world are doing with AI, we found that the leaders in this group are, in fact, investing in this kind of human and machine collaboration to grow faster, earn more and hire more people than their competitors. They are moving toward the idea of highly flexible teams that partner humans with AI solutions as they bring voice recognition, machine learning, intelligent robotics and other kinds of AI into the organization.


AI in the workplace: Paving the way for man-machine collaboration

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Fears of the rise of robots swooping in to steal jobs abound, stoked by the confluence of artificial intelligence, machine learning and other technologies that automate routine tasks traditionally performed by humans. The reality is that job replacement will happen more gradually than the media headlines suggest, and eventually AI will create more jobs than it eliminates, say Gartner researchers. "I try to step back and wait for the boomerang because there always will be one," says Gartner analyst Craig Roth, of the hype surrounding job cannibalization via automation.