Topic: Artificial Intelligence



Dell is creating an inclusive workforce thanks to LISA

Using AI, Dell has created a tool that allows deaf or hard-of-hearing employees to engage with company services without the need for a sign language interpreter.

The VC tourists have left the building

The Covid pandemic drove interest in supply chain investment, but many of the firms that invested didn’t have much expertise in the space, and those outside investors have slowly disappeared.

Is AI ready for takeoff? Analysis finds only 11% of firms have gone beyond pilots

While AI talk is dominating boardrooms, an analysis by Zero100 found that only 11% of companies have moved past the pilot stage with artificial intelligence projects.

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Dell is creating an inclusive workforce thanks to LISA

Friday, June 14, 2024 · Brian Straight
Using AI, Dell has created a tool that allows deaf or hard-of-hearing employees to engage with company services without the need for a sign language interpreter.

The VC tourists have left the building

Monday, June 10, 2024 · Brian Straight
The Covid pandemic drove interest in supply chain investment, but many of the firms that invested didn’t have much expertise in the space, and those outside investors have slowly disappeared.

Is AI ready for takeoff? Analysis finds only 11% of firms have gone beyond pilots

Thursday, June 6, 2024 · Brian Straight
While AI talk is dominating boardrooms, an analysis by Zero100 found that only 11% of companies have moved past the pilot stage with artificial intelligence projects.

Is your quality management strategy behind the AI curve?

Thursday, May 23, 2024 · Arnela Iseric, research principal, Gartner
It’s crucial to understand which AI use cases to pursue and take a focused approach that is part of a strategy to achieve success rather than simply finding a “quick win.”

From farm to table: Using data to ensure a transparent and traceable supply chain

Wednesday, May 22, 2024 · Christopher Safieh, vice president, UniSpice
As emerging technologies continue to evolve and seamlessly integrate with existing systems, the potential for optimization and efficiency gains, particularly in the cold chain supply chain, becomes even more remarkable.

Supplier, vendor inequality hinders supply chain’s competitive edge

Monday, May 20, 2024 · Norman Katz
In a commoditized world, execution is the new competitive edge, and this includes working with suppliers and vendors to unleash new technologies and create unique products.
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The state of procurement

Sunday, May 19, 2024 · Gary Forger
Procurement is transforming faster than ever. Cost, quality, and speed still matter. But now procurement managers are under pressure from one end of the supply chain to the other. As well as from within their own companies. This is going to take some work to tame.

‘Purple People’ and the evolution of supply chain talent

Friday, May 17, 2024 · Sasha Koff
AI’s emergence and evolution is reshaping supply chain management. By embracing interdisciplinary approaches, aligning talent with technology, and acknowledging the benefits and potential challenges of technology deployments, companies can unlock new levels of efficiency and…

Augmented reality’s role in upskilling the workforce

Wednesday, May 15, 2024 · Brian Straight
Augmented reality is offering new opportunities to train the supply chain workforce of tomorrow, and upskill the workforce of today.

Tech investments bring revenue increases, survey finds

Wednesday, April 24, 2024 · Brian Straight
A new survey from Cleo found that 80% of businesses that invested in supply chain technology saw a revenue increase within a year as a result.

AI, virtual reality is bringing experiential learning into the modern age

Wednesday, April 17, 2024 · Brian Straight
While hybrid and online learning is changing education, technology is also helping experiential learning maintain a strong footing in educating the workforce.

Humanoid robots’ place in an intralogistics smart robot strategy

Tuesday, April 16, 2024 · Dwight Klappich, VP analyst and Gartner Fellow with the Gartner Supply Chain Practice
The potential for humanoid robots is clearly alluring, but the pace of growth will be complex and gradual, says Dwight Klappich from Gartner’s Supply Chain Practice.

Top Performers Investing in, Benefitting from AI

Monday, April 1, 2024 · Brian Straight
Top-performing supply chains are investing in AI/ML at twice the rate of lower-performing supply chains, and they are using those investments to drive business momentum, Gartner has found.

CPOs Pivot AI Focus from What’s Possible to Implementation

Thursday, March 21, 2024 · Brian Straight
More procurement leaders are trying to implement AI and automation into their operations, shifting gears from a what's possible to a how-to-implement strategy.

Dun & Bradstreet Finds Most Supply Chains are Underprepared for Big Disruptions

Monday, March 11, 2024 · Amy Wunderlin
Despite the proliferation of technology to ease the process, most smaller businesses are not prioritizing the strengthening of their supply chains.
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