In an Q&A interview, Professor Robert Seamans notes that companies that don’t embrace AI are putting themselves at a competitive disadvantage
Excerpt from The Modern Sale -- "So far, AI/ML has mostly been used to augment products that firms offer. For example, Gmail now includes a predictive typing feature that uses AI to “guess” at the next several words in sentences that I write. It is a nifty feature — not world-changing or anything like that, but certainly helpful. But, in the future, we will see lots more AI in lots more products/services/devices, and we will start to see firms reorganizing themselves in different ways to take advantage of what AI can do. It is still early days."