January 4th, 2021 | Toronto, CA – SalesChoice, a Cognitive Sciences AI-based sales analytics platform and Data Sciences company, welcomes Mr. Ian Locke on its leadership team, as the Chief Business Development Officer.
2020 has been a difficult year for most of us, both personally and professionally. For many individuals and businesses, simply making it through this year is an achievement that should be recognized. We applaud the healthcare workers, the researchers, the leaders and the global community for coming together in ways that will only strengthen our world.
Following her article on “Building AI Brain Trust: What Leadership Skills Are Needed To Accelerate AI Adoption?“, Dr. Cindy Gordon explores, 10 business skills and provides questions to help engage in a dialogue to advance an organization’s business skills in relationship to an AI perspective. Click here to read more
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On October 20th, 2020, Dr. Cindy Gordon, CEO of SalesChoice, along with other industry experts, Gary Sorrentino, Global Deputy CIO, Zoom, Rich Karlgaard, Editor and Chief, Forbes Media, Jonathan Reichental, Founder & CEO, Human Future; spoke on the topic “Transformation through Technology” at The Forbes School Of Business and Technology Leadership Summit.
Artificial Intelligence is leading to the fundamental reengineering of all aspects of our human experience and how we as a species interact with our universe However, the inequalities, incumbencies and biases of the innovators designing AI have a direct impact on how the technology guides human information, perception and action.
“If we reflected on the realities of our current business office working hours, there is no executive leadership team that I know of that is not starting to discuss the implications of online fatigue, and for many good reasons – as many of our employees and colleagues are sharing stories that they feel they are becoming zombie zoomers. The new realities of a day is often a series of movements jumping from diverse collaboration tools like: Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Webex, Skype, or What’s App – all with the intent to connect, collaborate and contribute. Our office worker eyes are getting tired, and our employees are simply not taking enough mental health breaks away from their technology toolkits.