Doug Heise

Recommended Read: Retail Reimagined through AI

18. April 2018 / Doug Heise / Disruption

Over the past year, the pace of AI-related innovation has increased significantly. AI-powered “smart assistants” are handling product recommendations in online stores, helping practitioners with repetitive tasks, and autonomously creating personalized experiences. Behind the scenes, AI technologies have become essential in the monitoring of data centers and in the prevention of increasingly sophisticated cyberattacks.

Nowhere is AI having more of an impact than online retail. But beyond smart assistants, few people really understand all the ways the retail space is grappling with AI. Suffiyan Syed, applied machine learning strategy lead at our partner SapientRazorfish, recently tackled this topic with a breakdown of ways retailers are using AI to inspire customer, improve efficiency, and drive sales.

Read the article here: Retail Reimagined Through AI: Applying Data Science Across the 10 Stages of the Retail Lifecycle

Artificial intelligence can seem cold and alienating, but it doesn’t have to be that way. For a fresh perspective on the human side of AI research, check out this New York Times article from Fei-Fei Li, professor of computer science at the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Lab and chief scientist for AI research at Google Cloud.

Read the article here: How to Make AI That’s Good for People


Doug Heise

Doug Heise

Vice President Marketing

Doug Heise leads CoreMedia’s global marketing efforts with special focus on Strategy, Product Marketing and Analyst relationship. Doug Heise started his career at CoreMedia as Global Director of Product Marketing. Before joining the company, he served as Head of Strategy for BBC Technology’s North American digital media team and led product marketing efforts for Hewlett-Packard’s Digital Media Platform. As an independent consultant, he has worked for a range of Fortune 100 companies including Visa, Microsoft, and Cisco. Doug Heise holds a Bachelor of Arts from Stanford University and a Master of Philosophy degree from the University of Glasgow in Scotland. He is married and father of a son.

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