Automation

When the Future You Anticipate Never Arrives: Ensuring Your Expected Outcomes Are Accurate

Posted: 05/10/2019 - 01:33
Today, where machines make decisions, the notion of the “right set of data” becomes a lot harder to understand. This is because machines learn differently than we do. In addition, the rationale for the output that they produce is more difficult to reconstruct. Machines do not have the intuition or the critical reasoning that can help to elevate or discount one data point over another. Input data must be free from bias, representative and as accurate as possible. 
 

Women in Global Sourcing: Clare Horn

Posted: 03/29/2019 - 06:28
Tell us about your career path. How did you get into this field? Was it purposeful or by accident? 
 
I have been part of the Virtual Operations team as Process Excellence Lead since 2016, prior to which my career had followed an admittedly unusual path from its beginnings in applied physics, via operational excellence consulting.    
 

The Impact of AI and Automation on the Global Supply Chain Part 1

Posted: 12/21/2018 - 03:34
Recently, at the United Nations Forum for Business and Human Rights at the Palais De Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, my colleague David Herman, Chief Data Scientist at SAP Ariba, and I had the honor of reflecting on the role of artificial intelligence and technology automation and their impact on human rights – especially as they relate to workforce displacement in the supply chain.

3 Things Enterprises Must Do Before Embracing Cutting-Edge Technologies

Posted: 09/15/2018 - 00:14
In the last few years, with the growing hype around automation, artificial intelligence (AI) and analytics, there has been a feverish pace of activities in the IT outsourcing space on both sides of the table from enterprises and service providers. There’s also action happening in the middle of the table with the product vendors and on the outskirts with the analysts and industry commentators.

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