Augmented Intelligence: The Business Power of Human–Machine Collaboration

Augmented Intelligence: The Business Power of Human–Machine Collaboration
Augmented Intelligence: The Business Power of Human–Machine Collaboration by Judith Hurwitz
English | 2020 | ISBN: 0367184896 | 170 Pages | PDF | 10 MB

The AI revolution is moving at a breakneck speed. Organizations are beginning to invest in innovative ways to monetize their data through the use of artificial intelligence. Businesses need to understand the reality of AI. To be successful, it is imperative that organizations understand that augmented intelligence is the secret to success. Augmented Intelligence: The Business Power of Human–Machine Collaboration is about the process of combining human and machine intelligence. This book provides business leaders and AI data experts with an understanding of the value of augmented intelligence and its ability to help win competitive markets.
This book focuses on the requirement to clearly manage the foundational data used for augmented intelligence. It focuses on the risks of improper data use and delves into the ethics and governance of data in the era of augmented intelligence. In this book, we explore the difference between weak augmentation that is based on automating well understood processes and strong augmentation that is designed to rethink business processes through the inclusion of data, AI and machine learning.
What experts are saying about Augmented Intelligence
“The book you are about to read is of great importance because we increasingly rely on machine learning and AI. Therefore, it is critical that we understand the ability to create an environment in which businesses can have the tools to understand data from a holistic perspective. What is imperative is to be able to make better decisions based on an understanding of the behavior and thinking of our customers so that we can take the best next action. This book provides a clear understanding of the impact of augmented intelligence on both society and business.”―Tsvi Gal, Managing Director, Enterprise Technology and Services, Morgan Stanley
“Our mission has always been to help clients apply AI to better predict and shape future outcomes, empower higher value work, and automate how work gets done. I have always said, ’AI will not replace managers, but managers who use AI will replace managers who don’t.’ This book delves into the real value that AI promises, to augment existing human intelligence, and in the process, dispels some of the myths around AI and its intended purpose.”―Rob Thomas, General Manager, Data and AI, IBM