March 27, 2018 | Toronto, ON – Accelerated interest in Artificial Intelligence (AI) means that individuals and businesses will need to understand the ethics, risks and impacts of what is being unleashed. SalesChoice and EY have come to together to discuss the hidden risks of AI and its impact on stakeholders in a new video series, “Managing the Risks of AI.” The series is led by Dr. Cindy Gordon, CEO of SalesChoice, and Cathy Cobey, Technology Risk Partner at EY Canada.
Dr. Cindy Gordon has been awarded CATA’s “Sara Kirke E&Y Award for Entrepreneurship and Innovation” 2017 for women who have shown outstanding entrepreneurship, as well as technological innovation and leadership that has significantly expanded the frontiers of Canada’s advanced technology industry. This award was presented to her on May 17 at the CATA Innovation Gala in Ottawa by Stephen McIntyre, Partner, E&Y.
Series 6 – The Rise of Narrative Story Telling for Enhancing Sales Human Performance
B2B Sales productivity has hit an all time low in performance, and has dropped by 15% over the last ten years, now running on an average of in field productive face-to-face customer time at roughly 30% (Accenture, 2016).
We, like you, care about the community we live in, and every year, we take on a different cause that inspires our hearts. Last year, we bought a family of goats to feed a family in Africa. This year, we have made a donation to support young women who cannot afford to provide their newborns with diapers, leading to depression and unhealthy conditions impacting mom and child. Did you know that this gap impacts over 30% of North Americans?
Understanding Cognitive Science Technology
Cognitive Computing is a highly technical and mathematical field. At a simple level, the idea of a computer that thinks like a human is appealing. At a technical level, the idea that a computer system consumes data and information of all types and performs calculations on what it is ingesting can raise a lot of questions especially when the computer is predicting outcomes for humans to “act upon.”
Published in Sandhill Tuesday, July 28, 2015
Did you know that the average attention span for the notoriously ill-focused goldfish is nine seconds, but according to a new Microsoft study , people now generally lose concentration after eight seconds, highlighting the effects of an increasingly digitalized lifestyle on the brain? Some key findings:
A 2012 Time-Warner Study on the media consumption habits of Digital Natives (millennials in their twenties who grew up with digital) showed that young people flipped between content across different devices on average 27 times per non-working hour. That’s roughly 13 times in 30 minutes. This is in contrast to