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AI at Verizon – Two Use-Cases

Verizon is the second-largest telecommunications company by revenue and the largest by market capitalization. The company is also the largest wireless provider in the United States with a reported 143 million subscriptions. In its 2021 annual  report, the company reported revenues of $126.3 billion. Verizon is traded on the NYSE with a market cap of approximately $194.5 billion. The company employs over 118,000.

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Artificial Intelligence at Alibaba – Two Current Use-Cases

Per Alibaba’s annual report, its revenue in 2021 exceeded 717 billion yuan (approximately 109 billion U.S. dollars), while its active yearly customers reached nearly 1.3 billion people. As of March 2022, Alibaba trades on the NYSE and has an approximate market cap of $225 billion.

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Customer Engagement in Financial Services – Two AI Use-Cases

This article was originally written as part of a PDF report sponsored by Daitan, and was written, edited and published in alignment with our transparent Emerj sponsored content guidelines.

Two NLP Use-Cases in Drug Discovery and Clinical Trials

Two NLP Use-Cases in Drug Discovery and Clinical Trials

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Making AI Projects Easier to Manage – and More Like IT Projects

Increasingly, technology and business leaders look to AI project managers to make the execution (and success) of their AI projects more predictable. Executives and decision makers want AI projects to mature so they are more like the software development projects that have been with us for a generation. But, any AI project manager hoping to deliver on those expectations knows that success in AI projects requires an end-to-end thinking rarely found today.

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Achieving ROI with Early AI Projects – Advice from Leaders at Intel, Munich Re, Oracle, and More

In the enterprise world, more and more companies are crossing the chasm to test, and then deploy, their first AI solutions. To navigate this sometimes unfamiliar territory, enterprise leaders increasingly scrutinize the AI project selection process.

The Impending AI Ecosystem for Productivity Augmentation

Ambitious AI – The Impending AI Ecosystem for Productivity Augmentation

About AI Power: AI Power is an article series focused on the long-term consequences of AI, and how power is or will be influenced by AI technologies. Some previous AI Power articles - including "The SDGs of Strong AI" and "AI Ethics at War" have been popular over the years - but I've taken a hiatus from writing AI Power articles but suspect that I'll be creating more in 2022. I'm grateful to my friends for helping to put this first piece together - I hope you enjoy it. - Daniel Faggella

Artificial Intelligence at Paypal

Artificial Intelligence at PayPal – Two Unique Use-Cases

The company that would become PayPal Holdings first entered the electronic payments space in 1999, a year after being founded as Confinity. Confinity merged with Elon Musk’s x.com in 2000 and was renamed PayPal the following year. The company went public in 2002 shortly before its acquisition by eBay, through which it became “the site’s official payments provider.” eBay spun off PayPal as an independent company in 2015.

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Getting Started with Enterprise AI Governance with IBM’s Chief AI Officer

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Artificial Intelligence at McDonald’s – Two Current Use Cases

Dick and Mac McDonald opened the first McDonald’s restaurant in San Bernardino, California in 1940. By the end of the decade, the restaurant added its now-famous French fries. Ray Kroc joined the growing organization in 1954, purchased it in 1961, and served as its CEO into the early 1970s. Over the next decades, the restaurant chain grew, adding its drive-thru concept, Hamburger University, and iconic menu items like its Filet-O-Fish, Big Mac, and Quarter Pounder sandwiches.