I can't recall who said it, or where I heard it, but it has resonated with me for a while now, providing the inspiration for the first article in this series - "uncertainty is the only certainty in business". Never has this been more relevant than in today's world of rapid change, where organisations are continuously challenged to disrupt or be disrupted.
Although modern AI algorithms are pretty good at identifying data patterns, we’re still a few years away from losing our jobs to robots and smart voice assistants. Unless you possess unlimited financial resources and tech expertise, building neural networks as a primary business might not be a good idea. However, there are certain types of apps where AI (if used correctly!) can be a real game-changer.
Every leader has a strategy. They might not call it a strategy; it might not be clearly articulated and thought through; it might even be a bad strategy. But somewhere they have in mind what they want to achieve, why they want to achieve it, and how they hope to achieve it.