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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 - AI's security risks get a wake-up call, Walmart raises the e-commerce stakes, and Google Gemini steps in it This article is sponsored by:

This week - AI poses security risks beyond the scope of most enterprise IT teams. Google Gemini takes a PR beating, but what can enterprises learn from gen AI guardrails-gone-wrong? Your whiffs include a supersized dose of ChatGPT aimed at McDonald's.

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ZohoDay 2024 - how Zoho plans to integrate LLMs and smaller language models to get a better (and cheaper) AI result This article is sponsored by:

ZohoDay 2024 surfaced fascinating details on Zoho's generative AI strategy - by integrating a range of language models in the same workflows. What does this mean to customers? And is this approach consistent with Zoho's tech philosophy? Grab your beverage of choice and let's dig in.

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Wayfair's layoffs and reorganization cut losses, but full year revenue is still on the decline. Can the elusive Vaccine Economy operating model be found in 2024? This article is sponsored by:

Tiny revenue growth in Q4, but CEO Naraj Shah declares "a definitive step" on the journey back to profitability.

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