Emerging and other technologies

Seizing digital advantage requires new expertise, new focus and new ways to work – including operations that respond to data-based insights.

Transcending digital dominance

In 1995, the anime film Ghost in the Shell set in the year 2029 envisioned a world of total integration between digital and physical. This future in which people seamlessly interfaced with vast artificial intelligence (AI) networks has been a recurring plot of both literature and movies. From cyber-criminals that use technology to steal information, to super heroes who integrate with AI to save the world time and again, the potency of human/AI integration is a powerful literary device and metaphor. Human/AI interactions may soon become a powerful reality – and perhaps sooner than you think.

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