Our latest thinking on the issues that matter most in applying artificial intelligence to business and digital transformations.

Insights - Future of AI

What is Tiny AI? 

AI algorithms can be very energy consuming. Researchers have started working on Tiny AI, smaller versions of an algorithm that learns from its teacher and delivers similar results with significantly smaller algorithms.

Due to their size, tiny AI algorithms can be deployed at the edge devices.

Read the article here.

Insights - Process Automation

What is the Role of Process Mining in Digital Transformations? 

Genchi gembutsu, two Japanese words that every transformation leader must deeply understand.

Can you transform an organization if you don't know how work is really get performed?  Please read this article to learn about a quickly evolving discipline, process mining, that enabled by AI delivers incredible insights to guide and lead your transformation.

Read the article here.

Insights - AI Strategy

Why Does Your Organization Need a Robust AI Strategy? 

Most every executive has heard about it; some understand its potential on paper, but the majority don't have a clear vision of where AI fits. While some organizations view AI as a strategic business enabler and incorporate AI into their corporate strategy, the majority of companies are still piloting AI. Every executive that invested in AI expects to get value from AI, but only 35 percent have reported that they received business benefits from recent AI investments. 

Read the article here.

Insights - Intel Buys Habana Labs

Is Intel's Acquisition of Habana Labs a Good Move? 

In a strategic move advancing its AI strategy, Intel has announced that it will acquire Israeli chip startup Habana Labs for $2 billion. Habana is not Intel's first foray into the AI chip market. Intel has been shopping for several growth opportunities as it deals with challenges in its core markets.
- Where does Habana fit in Intel's portfolio?
- What does it mean for the industry and for Intel's strategy?

Read the article here.

Speaking - DIPMF 2019 in Dubai

Leading with Artificial Intelligence

AI is here and is having a tremendous impact on the business world. Many organizations have dabbled in AI, yet most are far away from understanding the true potential. AI is expected to contribute more than $15 trillion to the world economy in ten years.

Yet, for most executives, artificial intelligence is a black box.

Our CEO spoke in Dubai to address key questions every executive needs to ask about AI and how to lead with artificial intelligence.

Published - The Transformation Playbook

Insights, Wisdom, and Best Practices to Make Transformation Reality

The Transformation Playbook was published in November 2019 by the Thinkers50 in collaboration with the Brightline Initiative to ignite a debate on enterprise transformations.

Murat Bicak, our Founder and CEO, is one of the authors of this valuable book. He wrote about the importance of starting with finding the purpose and describes the process he used at PMI to find the organization's North Star as the firm launched a major transformation.

In the news - The Telegraph

What artificial intelligence means for the future of work

No organization, industry, or company is immune to the effects of technology disruption, from connected devices to automation and artificial intelligence (AI).

Whether it is vehicles that gauge and react to their envi­ronment, online chatbots simulating conversation, or sophisticated algorithms that sort through massive amounts of data with unimaginable speed, the future of work is being shaped by new technologies and their promise.

In Davos

Observations from Davos

From navigating the effects of technology in industry to impacting policy change, we need to engage in dialogue. Our CEO attended Davos in 2019 and observed that bringing leaders together to discuss the implications of technology is critical for solving the challenges associated with AI.

We were inspired to see business and government leaders come together and be open to the challenges and how to solve them to ensure the Fourth Industrial Revolution is inclusive to everyone vs. an elite group.

In the news - Politico

Artificial Intelligence: How will it change the future of work

The business survival rates for S&P’s top 500 companies have gone down over the past 50 years because of disruption. Today, companies have a life expectancy of around 20 years.

Over the next decade, we expect this number to go down significantly to single digits — because disruption is impacting everyone. Who survives? Innovators — those companies that adapt to change, those that are open-minded to new technologies, and new ways of working.

In the news - ICT Pulse

Five reasons why organizations fail at digital transformation

Frequently, when organizations embark upon a digital transformation, the focus tends to be almost exclusively on technology: increasing connectivity, upgrading technology, introducing new software applications, and digital systems.

These elements contribute towards an organization’s digital transformation process, but it does not – and should not – stop there.