The Cutter Edge: Choosing the Right Disruptive Technology, AI vs. Human Intelligence, Agile Research
25 September 2018
Welcome to The Cutter Edge. In each free issue, you'll find research, insight, and advice crucial to helping you navigate the spectrum of challenges technology change brings.
How can managers ascertain how and when to jump on an emerging technology for competitor advantage — or even when to bail from a disruptive technology that may be exposing their organization to more vulnerabilities than opportunities? More.
When new technology appears and matures, it often spawns new business models. AI is one of those technologies that could be the basis of new business models, much the way Amazon leveraged the Internet. More.
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