While it’s clear that CEOs need to consider AI’s business implications, the technology’s nascence in business settings makes it less clear how to profitably employ it. Through a study of AI that included a survey of 3,073 executives and 160 case studies across 14 sectors and 10 countries, and through a separate digital research program, we have identified 10 key insights CEOs need to know to embark on a successful AI journey.
Source: A Survey of 3,000 Executives Reveals How Businesses Succeed with AI
Hedge funds are increasingly turning to artificial intelligence in order to spot trends to try to make money for their customers
Source: Artificial intelligence buys stocks – BBC News
The AI Powered Equity ETF (AIEQ) just launched. The first robot-picked ETF, it uses IBM’s Watson supercomputing technology to construct a portfolio of stocks.
Source: An AI-powered ETF is revolutionizing the stock market – Business Insider
The country is a hub for trading virtual currencies despite a government clampdown and North Korean cyberattacks.
Source: Against the odds, South Korea has become a Bitcoin and Ethereum powerhouse
After applying his machine-learning programs to central bank policy statements to churn out trading calls, a hedge fund-backed political economy specialist
Source: AI firm to use machine-learning programs to decipher corporate earnings announcements | The Japan Times
Professional services businesses need to follow the lead of other industries if they want to head-off disruption. The four are security, finance, marketing and insurance.
Source: The four industries making best use of artificial intelligence | afr.com
Jim Cramer sat down with Yext co-founder and CEO Howard Lerman for more on how his software company is spreading digital knowledge to clients like Volvo.
Source: Yext CEO says ‘rise of conversational artificial intelligence’ brings us business
Reuters is scooping its rivals using intelligent machines that mine Twitter for news stories.
Source: How artificial intelligence is revolutionizing the news business
A bot might someday take your job, but perhaps it can help you negotiate a nice severance package, too.
Source: Can Artificial Intelligence Master the Art of the Deal?
Three main players of business cloud services have an array of products covering all you can possibly need for your online operations. But there are differences not only in pricing but also in how they name and group their services, so let’s compare one next to another and find out what they offer.
Source: A Side-by-Side Comparison of AWS, Google Cloud and Azure — SitePoint