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KMWorld: The Right Time for Knowledge Management

Fast-forward 20 years, and much of the exuberance has long gone. But thankfully, it’s not all gloom and doom. There is light at the end of the tunnel. I don’t think I have experienced a time of so much opportunity for change, and I can say that there has never been a better time to be a part of the knowledge and information management sector.

TechTarget: Atos acquisition of AI consulting firm looks promising

Specialist services, like the ones offered by Miner & Kasch, are almost always needed to implement and design effective AI applications, Pelz-Sharpe said.

“Interest in AI was huge a few years ago, but practical experience has shown that though the technology is advanced, customers have very specific needs to address and implementation is often far from straightforward,” he said. “Outside of niche applications such as document capture and autoclassification, AI is seldom ‘out of the box’ because it involves a lot of data training and modification to meet the customers’ requirements.”

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