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AI is great, but greatly misunderstood

In the past year, I have been witness to many misunderstandings about artificial intelligence (AI), from both co-workers and clients. I was about to blog on the state of AI when I came across this HBR article, “The Business of Artificial Intelligence” by Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew. I was so glad to find such a […]

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