Making use of artificial intelligence takes more than just buying the technology and flipping the "on" switch. Companies need to understand the goals they want to accomplish — and ensure that they have the right data to get there.
“You can’t expect the AI to come up with the solution for you,” said Phil Crawford, Chief Technology Officer at Nashville-based CKE Restaurants. “Y...
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