Best Practices to Exploit Artificial Intelligence – Biz Coach

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There are five strategies you can implement to take full advantage of the evolving technology in artificial intelligence, says Biz Coach Terry Corbell

SEATTLE - April 16, 2018 - eTradeWire -- Your business and the world in general can fully profit from artificial intelligence (AI) if five important strategies are an integral part of your planning, according to Biz Coach Terry Corbell.

He adds that AI competence and goals are naturally very important.

"AI outperforms many functions by humans but it's problematic if your computers crash, are hacked or are programmed with bad intentions or develop destructive methods," warns the Seattle business-performance consultant.

Ironically, he says AI is not necessarily a 21st century innovation.

"It has its roots dating back to ancient mythology when Greek myths held the idea of mechanical servants and intelligent robots," Mr. Corbell explains. "Then AI began develop after World War II with evolution of computers."

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AI has both benefits and risks.

They underscore the need for five salient strategies:

1. Real value results from proper planning for growth

2. Investment is needed in both human resources and technology

3. Be flexible, aggressive and fine-tune your objectives and processes

4. Stay committed to automation

5. Continue to cultivate and develop AI

He elaborates on his recommendations in a report at

It's one of 1,200 complimentary business-coaching articles at The Biz Coach ( His site includes these categories: Human Resources, Planning, Operations, Marketing / Sales, Finance, Tech, Leadership, Public Policy and Wall Street.

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Terry Corbell
(253) 355-9262

Source: The Biz Coach
Filed Under: Computers, Technology

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