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As a relatively new role, “data guru” is a challenging job specification to draft for. Organisations are seeking highly-skilled and well-educated individuals to fulfil the position but, the truth is, the data scientist an organisation needs is not a guru, but a colleague. Most organisations forget that recruiting the right

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Today, customers globally want to buy bespoke goods, made within the time and delivered at the right place. The production of the future will be focused on the personalized market which will respond to the demand changes. How would this tendency affect the future of ERP software? Enterprise resource planning

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Here is how CIOs can use AIOps to create a strategy and foundation for the digital future. CIOs and operations teams across the globe are tuned into the rapidly developing area of AIOps (Artificial intelligence for IT operations). As Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning continue to evolve and advance, IT

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Was this a transition year for data protection? How much were the fines collected in the first year of GDPR? What regulations have been enforced so far? Here is all you want to know about GDPR, after a year of its implementation.   The European Commission started in January 2012

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Chatbots help customers to resolve their issues at a blazing speed but the one of the main questions is whether the business should opt for a rule-based bot or an AI- based bot. Chatbots are not new in the technological arena. They are a lot smarter now than their predecessors.

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AI has been facing a PR problem. Too often AI has introduced itself as a misogynist, racist and sinister robot. Remember the Microsoft Twitter chatbot named Tay, who was learning to mimic online conversations, but then started to blur out the most offensive tweets? Think of tech companies creating elaborate

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