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Why humans will always be smarter than artificial intelligence This article is sponsored by:

Machines are good at pattern matching but our ability to learn unlimited patterns means humans will always be smarter than artificial intelligence

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Cognizant CEO to the enterprise - get with the hybrid program! This article is sponsored by:

Cognizant took a hit due to changes to the tax regime, but it's got a Trump-friendly message to pitch around the US workforce.

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Listen up! Why voice is calling loudest for digital transformation This article is sponsored by:

Dismiss voice-enabled business at your peril. There is much more going on behind the scenes if you keep an ear to the ground.

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2018 - the year of cross-functional enterprise thinking? ServiceNow CEO sees a trend This article is sponsored by:

Enterprises are thinking more and more about cross-functional workflows, according to ServiceNow CEO John Donahoe - and he's pitching his firm as the platform to support that.

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Enterprise hits and misses - HR tech tries to get modern, while SAP gets Callidus This article is sponsored by:

This week: HR tech tries to get modern, but gets trifurcated instead. And: the weak link in customer experience. SAP surprises and buy Callidus. Your whiffs include peacocks, banned by United.

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Intelligent automation that oil rigs can learn from bakeries, and vice versa This article is sponsored by: ServiceNow logo © ServiceNow

By sharing process analysis data, businesses as diverse as oil rigs and bakeries can learn intelligent automation tips from each other, writes ServiceNow's Paul Hardy

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SAP to acquire CallidusCloud, beefs out CX and LMS offerings This article is sponsored by:

SAP made a surprise acquisition in snagging CallidusCloud in a deal worth $2.4 billion. Here's my initial take.

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Trifurcating today’s HR software market This article is sponsored by:

Today's HR market is extraordinarily complex. Here is your guide to navigating the morass and how to avoid common pitfalls.

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What if we've got it wrong about 4IR? Time to re-evaluate. This article is sponsored by:

4IR is a convenient label applied to the changes we see going on around us. But is that moniker appropriate? I don't think so. Here's why.

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The big question - who should be responsible for ethical AI? This article is sponsored by:

We need to decide what it means to be human before we invest too much power in machines, suggests a panel of experts.

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How SAP Business Beyond Bias productizes inclusive processes within SuccessFactors - an illustrated review This article is sponsored by:

SAP's Business Beyond Bias initiative has always been a compelling story. But now comes the hard part: overcoming algorithmic (and human) bias while productizing better processes. Here's an illustrated tour - and my assessment.

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World Economic Forum 2018 - UK Prime Minister hectors social media investors at expense of stronger post-Brexit pitch This article is sponsored by:

UK Prime Minister Theresa May addressed an audience of billionaires and potential post-Brexit investors at the WEF. So she decided the best use of her speech was to launch yet another attack on Facebook and Google.

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Will SkillSET address Workism? This article is sponsored by:

The SkillSET initiative is to be applauded but it needs to be balanced against the obsession with workism in what could be a post-work world.

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