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Without Advanced Behavioral Segmentation Retailers Will Fail

by Robert Hetu  |  August 2, 2018

Providing every existing or potential customer with one view of the retailer, where the customer has a consistently good experience in and among the retailer's physical and digital channels, is...

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AI Headline Hyperbole for 2018 So Far: "Destroy" Up 163%, "Kill" Up 58%

by Craig Roth  |  July 26, 2018

It's time to check in again on the hyperbole tracker for AI headlines! Last year this analysis of headlines from an online database of new articles (Factiva, which is owned...

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Where have all the AI flowers gone?

by Tom Austin  |  June 29, 2018

Have you put a real killer application that exploits AI into volume production use? I didn't think so. As of last year, only 4 (that's FOUR) percent of 3,182 CIOs...

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Don't Stick Your Head in the Sand About Worker Benefits of AI, Robotics, and Automation

by Craig Roth  |  June 25, 2018

In January of 2017 I introduced a scenario to posit the ways in which gains from automation may be spent to explore a hypothesis that the common knee-jerk reaction -...

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How Greedy Are Executives About Potential Gains from AI?

by Craig Roth  |  June 14, 2018

Last year I described the Ollie's Ostrich Burger scenario which explores the ways in which the gains from technological automation in the most routine, manual processes can be spent. You...

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Who Will Be a Better Predictor of AI Adoption: Management or Workers?

by Craig Roth  |  May 29, 2018

Let's say you are going to do a survey on AI to determine how prevalent it is today, which industries and roles are most likely to implement it, and how...

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AI: A Short Fiction Scenario

by Craig Roth  |  April 13, 2018

I enjoy writing research for Gartner, but it doesn't let me indulge my literary side too often. Until now. I was recently part of a scenario-building effort around Future of...

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Personalized Marketing in the Age of Weaponized Data

by Andrew Frank  |  April 2, 2018

The pace of events unfolding in the volatile world of data-driven marketing and privacy has outstripped the market’s ability to process them. Last week’s Adobe Summit in Las Vegas, a...

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Digital Transformation, Disrupted

by David Yockelson  |  March 23, 2018

"Digital transformation" is a collective term that suggests action being taken by an organization. While there are different definitions of the term, generally speaking, it entails an organization taking on a...

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"Do They Have AI?" or That Rant on AI in Security

by Anton Chuvakin  |  March 22, 2018

This post is inspired by a few painful discussions on artificial intelligence (AI) that I had both in public (on Twitter) and internally too. Let’s start with a joke: Q:...

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