It is difficult to predict how AI will reshape different industries but what’s clear is that the most open, flexible and forward-facing companies have the best chance of adapting to the new landscape. Here are four rules for getting started.
Machine learning has traditionally been viewed as requiring extensive resources, time and technical expertise, but new capabilities are making the technology available and easy to use for any business.
Sectigo CEO Bill Holtz spoke with us about C-Suite concerns on cybersecurity, how the company manages to recruit tech talent and more.
Chief Executive spoke to HealthGrid CEO Raj Toleti about the conversations he has with healthcare providers on the benefits of having a comprehensive patient engagement strategy.
Timothy Peck, MD, cofounder and CEO of Call9, a telehealth company for patients in nursing homes, talked with us about the barriers to telehealth adoption, how being an MD prepared him to be a CEO and more.
Learn from Amazon's mistake, if we want machine learning to be ethical, humans—and CEOs especially—need to stay involved in its deployment.
Companies must find the formula to add value in the digital transformation era. Otherwise, they risk delivering the most advanced digital platforms while eroding their profits and financial sustainability.
Amazon, Apple and other big tech companies are knocking at the door in healthcare—ready to give an infusion of innovation. Sundeep Bhan, CEO of Prognos and serial healthcare entrepreneur, says it’s about time.
Communication is no longer a ‘soft skill.’ It is the fundamental skill CEOs need their employees to have if they want to gain a competitive edge in the age of AI.
In a new book, former Homeland Security Director Michael Chertoff argues that unless our legal structures change, the main casualty of the big-data revolution won’t be our privacy—it could be our autonomy.