Read about the utilisation of AI in Banking industry. A very interesting article that presents AI business cases, AI solutions, strategic long term perspective, current maturity level, etc.
“For most organizations, the discussion of the benefits and potential of artificial intelligence is much more widespread than the actual deployment of these technologies there. In fact, most of the use of advanced analytics and AI continues to be centered in areas of traditional use, such as risk, compliance and security. In other areas of the organization, most financial institutions are still only running pilots or tests in the most rudimentary ways.”
A great insight into the use of Artificial Intelligence in Education in China. A recommended read for anyone interested in the latest Digital Transformation trends in Education. A lot to learn from initiatives currently undergoing in China.
“Experts agree AI will be important in 21st-century education-but how? While academics have puzzled over best practices, China hasn’t waited around. In the last few years, the country’s investment in AI-enabled teaching and learning has exploded. Tech giants, startups, and education incumbents have all jumped in. Tens of millions of students now use some form of AI to learn – whether through extracurricular tutoring programs like Squirrel’s, through digital learning platforms like 17ZuoYe, or even in their main classrooms. It’s the world’s biggest experiment on AI in education, and no one can predict the outcome.”
A good overview of Healthcare and Government digital transformation case studies.
“Latin American countries have been implementing digital government strategies for approximately two decades now. These strategies have focused on simplifying and digitizing public services, as well as creating digital channels for citizens to interact with government and participate in setting the course for society.”
Although the authors discuss the DX of Australia’s government, many points are applicable generally. A recommended read.
“Digital transformation of government is a story half told. Despite plenty of effort and some outstanding achievements, it is a project that is in danger of hitting the target but missing the point. The point about the digital transformation of government is that digital transformation isn’t the point. The point is what’s happening to government, governing and the structures and values of public work. All of these structures are being tested by citizens, who are increasingly sceptical towards the competence, relevance, and trust from which governments derive their value and legitimacy.”