Artificial intelligence (AI) played a crucial role in the survival of many organizations during the Covid-19 pandemic, and its influence is only going to grow with time. Recognising the opportunity, businesses in the UK are at the forefront of adoption, compared to elsewhere in Europe.
The UK is leading the way in Europe when it comes to the adoption of AI, with a fifth (18%) of companies based here already at the most advanced stage of AI maturity, the highest proportion in Europe, ahead of Germany (16%) and France (12%).
While Asian businesses have been largely nimble in responding to the pandemic, India Inc braved the COVID-19 crisis much better than countries worldwide, and is also most bullish about embracing digital tools.
The era of doing everything ‘at the touch of a button’ is coming to an end in 2020 smart speakers have changed how Australians work, play and relax.
The top three forces that will have a strong impact on work in India by 2023 are hyper-connectivity (49%), concerns about security and privacy (46%), and process automation (44%).
Only 36% of companies in India experienced slightly negative to a very negative impact on their business performance in 2020, as opposed to the regional average of 44%, making Indian companies more resilient through the pandemic, a study by Cognizant revealed on Tuesday.
The pandemic has highlighted starkly that companies that were further along the path towards digitalisation have fared better weathering the coronavirus storm. The acceptance of Big Data as an established business concept, coupled with the emergence of useful Internet of Things (IoT) technologies, has the potential to significantly change the way businesses operate.
A performance review is an opportunity to showcase your contributions to your employer. In most cases, these meetings are held annually, but some companies hold more frequent, informal check-ins, often quarterly.
This week marks a significant milestone in Aston Martin’s return to Formula One after a 60-year absence. Aston Martin officially brought on the New Jersey-based IT firm Cognizant as the Formula 1 team’s title partner.
On The Point, we continue our lecture series "Friends of the Marine Biological Laboratory’s Falmouth Forum." This month's topic is "The Future of Education, Skills, and Work: Staying Relevant in a World Changing Faster Than Ever." Our guest is Ben Pring, I-T futurist, and co-founder of Cognizant’s Center for the Future of Work.