Cory Ng published a book that helps accountants incorporate AI initiatives to increase productivity and profitability.
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Zhigen Zhao has developed a new method of statistical analysis that surpasses commonly used alternatives.
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Small businesses can reach more customers by transitioning to digital models.
Proponents of AI argue that it gives employees better feedback than a human boss, but detractors worry that it erodes trust between employees and their management.
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