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2024 outlook - AI at work

AI alone isn't enough to deliver real business benefits - and businesses are seeing a gap between implementation and results. UiPath's Kelly Ducourty reveals how companies are using automation to put AI to work.

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As supply chains rebalance in 2024, enterprises have eyes on agility

Supply chain disruption in recent years has seen enterprises facing shortages followed by surpluses. Next year we’ll see a rebalancing, says Peter Budweiser of Celonis, as companies find new ways to stay agile and avoid bottlenecks. End-to-end visibility will be key – but the notion of ‘end-to-end’ itself is changing, as process visibility expands beyond enterprise walls.

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Enterprise hits and misses - site outages are a culture problem, and the AI jobs debate takes a practical turn This article is sponsored by:

This week - are site outages about leadership and culture, not just tech? And the AI jobs debate is rekindled, but with some practical skills advice. Return-to-office versus remote work won't go away, and AI service chatbots get whiffy.

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