How Businesses Should Prepare for Tech Trends in 2017 and Beyond
Theyear 2017 may usher in the rise of the machines, as algorithms, machine learning, robots, virtual personal assistants, artificial intelligence and digital mediums like virtual and augmented reality are beginning to play a more assertive role in business.
Several business leaders in North America and Asia agree technologies, machines and information systems are emerging as a colleague of sorts to its human counterparts.
Eric Taussig, founder and CEO of Prialto, a Portland, Oregon- based company that provides remote executive assistants to executive, entrepreneurs and businesses, told CAIFU Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2016 he views technological advancements in an opportunistic way.
“Most of the technology meant to replace or support administrative work is actually hard to adopt,” he said. “Our customers want it to be used