Remote work is a reality of the modern day economy.
43% of American workers reported working from home (or “Telecommuting” as they decided to call it in the ’90s) at least some of the time in 2016.
We are currently in the midst of an AI research boom.
At ViewX, we’re focused on the next step in sustaining this progress: building great AI that drives real business outcomes.
Every day we’re seeing exciting new examples of AI’s impact on industry.
As the reality of an AI-powered future becomes clearer, more and more people are reaching out for help in wrapping their heads around the application of AI to their operations.
Our work applying AI in enterprise has given us three insights into this crisis and the ability for AI to offer the capabilities necessary to solve it.
AI is beginning to look far more likely to be a fundamental enabler of future human workforces than a threat.
At ViewX we’ve observed two contributing causes for this: first, senior executives still think in future tense, not realizing the extent to which the AI revolution is already upon them.
And second, there is almost no practical guidance for business leaders on the simple steps they should be taking now to set themselves up for success.
We have known for some time that editorial context matters. Now, technology has arrived that can determine content relevance at scale meaning content creators and advertisers can reap the benefits of contextually targeted content.
CEO of Google, Sundar Pichai, recently said that AI is as fundamental as electricity. If AI is the new electricity, then high quality training data is the new oil. For an early stage AI company, forming data sharing relationships with your customers is the key to getting a kick towards exceptional results.
The same trends that have improved the lives of billions — the growth of the internet, the spread of social media, and the proliferation of smartphones — have instead disrupted the business models of every major media company, diluting their ability to sustainably fund their core operations.