“Innovation-as-usual is no longer enough. Fortunately, artificial intelligence (AI) is emerging as a catalyst for scientific discovery, helping clean energy innovations get to market faster and disrupting existing business models.”
“It is one of the great ironies of the immense potential of digital technology that we are no longer dealing with just a question of technology – 60% of global GDP is expected to be digitized by 2022 and there is increasingly little distinction between the digital economy and the ‘real’ economy, between digital society and ‘real’ society.”
via Thomson Reuters
“The CIO will have their best-ever opportunity to partner with the CEO and the board. The reality is that most executive teams still lack qualified digital expertise at the leadership level. This is hampering strategic decision making across the enterprise.”
Today’s enterprises are struggling to keep pace in a business world increasingly populated by nimble startups. These enterprises once relied on their IT cores as a source of competitive advantage. Now, those same IT cores increasingly make it difficult for them to adapt to a “New Normal” defined by speed, efficiency and resilience.
via Experience IBM
Here is one of four key takeaways. From the high-tech retailing content track and floor space section at CES, it’s clear that technology companies want to disrupt and improve the retail customer experience.