by Claude REVEL | Between companies but also between States, harnessing AI has become an economic, political, and even a geopolitical power game. Public and private competitive strategies are challenged by AI at all levels. And yet, to date, the omnipresence of AI does not seem to have been questioned by private and public decision makers. What promises does this instrument hold for the common and individual good? Is its extension to areas that are more sensitive for humans, such as decision making, advisable?
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Abstract The DTI report responds to a need for in-depth research into the links between business intelligence practices and the digital transformation of organisations. Based on robust data from a survey of 78 companies of different nationalities, it measures, qualifies and analyses a number of behaviours. The report explores the impact of digital transformation intelligence […]