Forthcoming content

A selection of articles and case studies scheduled for the inaugural volume of Journal of AI, Robotics & Workplace Automation includes:

  • Making the case for a broad view of AI
    Thomas H. Davenport, Distinguished Professor, Babson College, Research Fellow, MIT Center for Digital Business and Senior Advisor, Deloitte Analytics
  • Moving from AI strategy to implementation
    Dr Carolina Pinart, Global Product Director for New Generation Technologies & AI Strategy Program Lead and Enrique Mora Ayala, Artificial Intelligence Senior Solutions Architect, Nestlé
  • Conversational AI: How to build conversational AI solutions that are relevant
    Laetitia Cailleteau, Managing Director, UK&I Emerging Technology and Global Lead for Conversational AI, Accenture 
  • Implementing predictive maintenance at scale - from prevention to optimisation: Roadblocks to scaling Machine Learning for predictive maintenance
    Susan Burrell, Digital Product Manager, Projects and Technology, Shell 
  • The impact of AI on customer services
    Jo Causon, CEO, Institute of Customer Service 
  • What are the major IT security risks posed by increasing AI adoption and automated decision-making? How can businesses prevent, detect, and mitigate them?
    Klaus Haller, Senior Security Architect, AXA
  • Creating a Data-Led Future: The importance of board level backing, data transformation and extending data literacy throughout the organisation in creating a truly data-led bank
    Kate Platonova, Chief Data & Architecture Officer, HSBC
  • AI Pitfalls and how to avoid them
    Matt Armstrong-Barnes, Chief Technologist, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
  • Building trust and confidence in AI: Imperatives to keep in mind when implementing explainable AI in your models to gain user trust
    Dr Janet Bastiman, Chief Data Scientist, Napier
  • It’s not just about data scientists, domain experts are also key to AI success: Exploring robust platforms allowing both domain experts and data scientists to collaborate easily and automate data preparation processes 
    Dr Zoe Webster, Artificial Intelligence Director, BT Group
  • Towards a capability assessment model for the comprehension and adoption of AI in organizations
    Tom Butler PhD, Professor, Dept of Business Information Systems, University College Cork (UCC); Angelina Espinoza-Limón PhD, a MS-Curie Career FIT Research Fellow UCC and funded by Enterprise Ireland; and Selja Seppälä PhD, a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Career-FIT Fellow, the Dept of Business Information Systems, UCC
  • Step by step: A playbook for AI innovation within commercial real estate organizations
    Patrick McGrath, Chief Information Officer and Head of Client Technologies, Savills North America, et al.
  • The future of AI: Understanding generational tendencies related to critical and non-critical decision processing
    Christopher S. Kayser, Access Data Certified Digital Forensics Investigator and a member of Alpha Phi Sigma and Robert Cadigan PhD, Associate Professor Emeritus, Applied Social Sciences, Boston University
  • Artificial intelligence risk & governance
    Mary Purk, Executive Director, AI For Business, Wharton Customer Analytics, The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania
  • The path forward to autonomous driving
    Sudha Jamthe, Technology Futurist and IoT, AI and Autonomous Vehicles business course Teacher, Stanford Continuing Studies and BusinessSchoolofAI.com, and Ananya Sen, Principal Software Developer, Threatmetrix, LexisNexis®
  • Applying AI in anti-money laundering operations
    Arin Ray, Senior Analyst with Celent's Securities & Investments practice, New York 
  • Creating the intelligent + immersive + experiential workplace 2030 – Part 1
    Peter Miscovich, Managing Director, Strategy + Innovation, JLL
  • How to kickstart an AI venture without proprietary data
    Kartik Hosanagar, John C. Hower Professor of Technology and Digital Business and a professor of marketing at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, and Faculty Director, Wharton’s AI for Business Initiative
  • The path to AI procurement
    Philip E. Morgan III, J.D., Sr. Director, Head of Global Strategic Sourcing & Procurement Operations, Electronic Arts
  • Four frontiers of AI ethics
    Sarah Khatry, Managing Director of AI Ethic, DataRobot
  • Difficult decisions in uncertain times: AI and automation in commercial lending
    Sean Hunter, Chief Information Officer, OakNorth and Onur Guzey, Head of Artificial Intelligence, OakNorth
  • Legal issues arising from the use of artificial intelligence in government administration and decision making
    Elizabeth Bishop, Barrister at the New South Wales Bar, practising at Ground Floor Wentworth Chambers, Sydney, Australia
  • AI in Marketing
    Andrew Pearson, Founder and Managing Director, Intelligencia Limited
  • Responding to ethics being a data protection building block for AI
    Henry Chang, Adjunct Associate Professor, Law and Technology Centre, Department of Law at HKU, Hong Kong
  • Power of automation in the workplace: Robotic Process Automation and the value add for organizations
    Rajbir Samra, Senior Manager, Banking and Capital Markets Group, PwC, New York
  • From form to function and appeal: Increasing workplace adoption of AI through a functional framework and persona-based approach
    John W. Showalter, MD, MSIS, Chief Product Officer for Jvion, Inc, and Grace L. Showalter, MHIIM, BSN, RN, clinician thought leader and educator specializing in evidence-based and data-driven healthcare strategy
  • Point of no return: Turning data into value
    Jochen Werne, PROSEGUR Cash Services Germany GmbH, and Dr. Johannes Winter, National Academy of Science and Engineering
  • Processes and decision automation for financial markets surveillance: Challenges and recommendations
    Cristina Soviany, PhD, CEO, Features Analytics
  • Lessons learned from deploying and running an AI-backed solution in production at scale
    Kyle Hansen, Head of AI Engineering, Kingland
  • Book Review of ‘Intelligent Automation’
    Chris Johannessen, Director Digital Transformation, Axis Group
  • Book Review of ‘Competing In the Age of AI’
    Chris Johannessen, Director Digital Transformation, Axis Group