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Facing data scientist shortage, organizations turn to ML automation and embedded analytics

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Data-driven insights are wholly dependent on the ability of enterprises to collect and analyze data for actionable information about customers, markets, product development, and operations. Up until recently this has meant hiring data scientists who know how to create machine-learning algorithms, build predictive computing models, integrate data from multiple sources (including unstructured data), and uncover […]

The latest from DXC’s Applied AI Studio: A chatbot to help remote workers de-stress

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Lee, an online personal counselor, helps employees who struggle with feelings of mild anxiety or loneliness while working from home. Rather than cope alone, they talk with Lee to destress. “You’re lonely?” Lee might say. “I’m sorry about that. Can you tell me more about how you’re feeling?” Those words might not seem surprising from […]

Building human-centered AI

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For all the hype and excitement surrounding artificial intelligence right now, the AI movement is still in its infancy. The public perceptions of its capabilities are painted as much by science fiction as by real innovation. This youth is a good thing, because it means we can still affect the course of AI’s impact. If […]

Beyond the clinical silo: Delivering complete data to providers

by Jonas Knudsen, Frans Martens, April Armitage For the past 15 years, the electronic health record (EHR) has been the cornerstone of digital hospitals and a primary repository for clinical data. The strategy for most healthcare providers has been to integrate as much data as possible into the EHR so that clinicians need to work […]

IT support automation keeps remote workforces productive

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Enterprise clients have looked to automate IT support for several years. With millions of employees across the globe now working from home, support needs have increased dramatically, with many unprepared enterprises suffering from long service desk wait times and unhappy employees. Many companies may have already been on a gradual pace to exploit digital solutions […]

How digital twin and analytics are shaping aircraft MRO

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Commercial air travel is safer than ever, according to a recent study published in Transportation Science. Data compiled by MIT professor Arnold Barnett shows that in 2017 only eight of more than 4 billion boarding air passengers around the world died in air accidents.  The risk of death for boarding passengers fell by more than […]

Launching DXC’s Applied AI Studio

Self-driving cars, the sharing economy and smart factories are just a few examples of the massive change and extraordinary opportunities that digital technologies can help us create. There’s just one catch—the tools themselves can’t imagine, innovate or self-engineer. That’s up to us. And the current shortage of skilled workers and inspired thinkers is creating a […]

2020 Tech Trend: Companies get a better understanding of AI’s effects

In 2020, as AI makes inroads into professional services, companies will struggle with anticipating how AI can — or should — change their professions. AI is already changing the way contracts are interpreted, taxes are prepared and medical conditions are diagnosed. However, if the dominant strategy for deploying AI is for low-level problem solving, then […]

Making the leap to rich data sharing in healthcare through digital transformation

by Jonas Knudsen Data-driven digital transformation opens opportunities for healthcare providers, policy makers and patients to move toward personalized healthcare by collecting and sharing new kinds of data. The next wave of productivity gains will not come simply from the delivery of information and messages from one place to another, but from the cross-linked aggregation […]

The Foward50 Workshop on AI Sustainability and Ethics

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I’m honored to speak on Artificial Intelligence (AI) innovation at the 2019 Forward 50 Conference. Last year, the conference was attended by 20 countries, 1,500 government executives and a hundred speakers, panelists, and experts. I’ll be leading a session on AI, Sustainability, and Ethics. In this 3-hour workshop, we’ll develop the intuition and common sense […]