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.
Dr. Cindy Gordon, CEO of SalesChoice, shares interesting insights from her recent interview with Cathy Cobey, the EY Global Trusted AI leader, on Forbes. The discussion explores: how practicing responsible AI is stacking up, the impact of data bias, and key board director questions to ensure CEO’s are managing the new risks that AI presents. Click here to read more.
June 22nd, 2020 | Toronto, CA – SalesChoice Inc., a Cognitive Sciences and Data Sciences Company offering the smartest and easiest to use AI for sales analytics, recently held a 3-part Webinar Series, “Surviving Today & Thriving Post-Corona,” in partnership with Ton Dobbe, CEO Value Inspiration, featuring 10 Global Technology CEOs.
Recently on the 16th of September 2018, Dr. Cindy Gordon was invited to be a speaker at the International IEEE Women in Engineering conference in Toronto, Canada, to discuss diversity and inclusiveness and the imperative to drive better performance. The number one issue she discussed at this international forum that is facing the technology industry is not enough women are in our Tech Sector, and we are not keeping them in our tech sector. Following is a blog written by her on the issue at hand.
SalesChoice Inc. recently won the AI Disruption Award, at the 2nd Annual ITWC Digital Transformation Awards. The award recognizes SalesChoice for going beyond AI predictive analytics and building out a transparent AI prescriptive analytics insights visualization layer that provides actionable insights. Explainable AI is a cornerstone of SalesChoice. Read more here.
After your Saturday morning coffee and a pancake breakfast with the kids, perhaps you pick up a list of chores. Perhaps you stare at these tasks, each of them daunting in its own way, and pin the list back under the magnet on the fridge as you turn to the coffee maker for another cup.
But what if you had AI to help you know which tasks really needed to be crossed off that list? What if they were ranked by letter grades from A to F, each grade representing the balance of work required to finish the task versus the benefits of getting it done? Suddenly that endless list wouldn’t look so daunting and you’d know where to get started right away.