Disruptive Innovation Radar: The Symbl.ai Revolution
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Disruptive Innovation Radar: The Symbl.ai Revolution

July 05, 2023 | Newsletters & Alerts

Welcome to your Disruptive Innovation Radar featuring the latest news, trends and insights from the world of Artificial Intelligence. From breakthrough research to emerging applications, this roundup covers it all in a concise, informative, and easily accessible format.

In this week's roundup

Symbl.ai is revolutionizing the way sales teams train and excel with their groundbreaking programmable coaching experiences. Meanwhile, Google unveils its secret AI weapon that could potentially outsmart ChatGPT, leaving us wondering what this means for the future of artificial intelligence. And in the world of electronic engineering, AI is transforming problem-solving techniques, paving the way for innovative solutions. Dive into these cutting-edge developments and discover the limitless possibilities that lie ahead.




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Disruptive Innovation Radar

Google says its secret AI weapon could eventually outsmart ChatGPT

Google’s DeepMind laboratory is currently developing a new AI system called Gemini with claims it’ll rival, if not surpass, ChatGPT , according to a report from Wired. In order to surpass ChatGPT , the developers plan on integrating an old “artificial intelligence program called AlphaGo” into the upcoming language learning model (LLM). What’s special about AlphaGo is it's “based on a technique” known as reinforcement learning where the software tackles tough problems through sheer trial and error. As it makes “repeated attempts”, the AI takes feedback it receives from each failure to improve i...


AI in Electronic Engineering: Revolutionizing Problem Solving Techniques

Artificial intelligence (AI) has been making waves in various industries, and electronic engineering is no exception. The rapid development of AI technologies has revolutionized problem-solving techniques in this field, leading to more efficient and accurate solutions. Electronic engineers are now leveraging AI to design and develop advanced systems, optimize processes, and predict potential issues.


Symbl.ai Introduces Programmable Coaching Experiences for Sales Teams

Symbl.ai announced Sales Intelligence, fully programmable, context-aware sales coaching experience for sales and revenue operations


How businesses can break through the ChatGPT hype with ‘workable AI’

New products like ChatGPT have captivated the public, but what will the actual money-making applications be? Will they offer sporadic business success stories lost in a sea of noise, or are we at the start of a true paradigm shift? What will it take to develop AI systems that are actually workable?


How AI can help process waste and increase recycling

The sheer amount of rubbish produced globally per year is hard to fathom Approximately 2.24 billion tonnes of solid waste was produced in 2020, according to the World Bank. It says the figure is likely to rise by 73% to 3.88 billion tonnes by 2050.


AI takes just five hours to design functional computer

Researchers in China have developed an artificial intelligence tool capable of designing a working computer in under five hours. The team of 19 computer scientists from five different institutions made the AI breakthrough after setting out to prove that machines can create computer chips in a similar way to humans.


Gen Zs and millennials happy with work-life balance, but demand more from employers

A recent survey conducted by Deloitte, encompassing 14,483 Gen Zs and 8,373 millennials across 44 countries, reveals that despite progress made by employers in enabling better work/life balance and flexibility, concerns remain among the younger workforce. The survey highlights that the rise of remote and hybrid work, accelerated by the pandemic, has not fully met the expectations of millennials.


Oracle to add generative AI to HR systems by year's end | TechTarget

Oracle plans to integrate generative AI into its HR platform to enhance productivity and simplify tasks like content creation.


ChatGPT in HR: De-biasing your recruiting process & creating AI policy | BenefitsPRO

Talk to your employees, find out how they are already using AI, and come up with a collective policy that is both inclusive and informed.


AI is making smart manufacturing faster, greener, virtual - and more real

BMW Group plans to open a new electric vehicle plant in Debrecen, Hungary, in 2025. By the time the factory goes online, the facility’s layout, robotics, logistics systems and other key functions will already have been finely tuned, thanks to real-time simulations using digital twins.




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