Hearing Aids (Or, Metaphors are Personal)

By Kathryn Hume, Mar 15, 2018

In November, I gave the opening keynote at an event about the future of commerce at the Rotman School of Management in Toronto, where I shared four insights outlined in this blog and also heard a great anecdote from an audience member.

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Nothing sounds more futuristic than artificial intelligence (AI). Our predictions about the future of AI are largely shaped by science fiction. Part two of the blog series.

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Nothing sounds more futuristic than artificial intelligence (AI). Our predictions about the future of AI are largely shaped by science fiction.

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AI Standing On the Shoulders of Giants

By Kathryn Hume, Dec 21, 2017

My dear friend and colleague Steve Irvine and I represented our company integrate.ai at the ElevateToronto Festival in September. The organizers of a panel I was on asked us to prepare comments about what makes an “AI-First Organization.”

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Transform.AI brought together enterprise and startup CEOs, economists, technologists, venture capitalists, and journalists. We discussed the myths and realities of the economic impact of AI, enterprise applications of AI, the ethical questions surrounding AI, and the state of what’s possible in the field. Here is part three of the highlights.

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Transform.AI brought together enterprise and startup CEOs, economists, technologists, venture capitalists, and journalists. We discussed the myths and realities of the economic impact of AI, enterprise applications of AI, the ethical questions surrounding AI, and the state of what’s possible in the field. Here is part two of the highlights.

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Transform.AI brought together enterprise and startup CEOs, economists, technologists, venture capitalists, and journalists. We discussed the myths and realities of the economic impact of AI, enterprise applications of AI, the ethical questions surrounding AI, and the state of what’s possible in the field. Here are some highlights.

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