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AI & Automation: Turning data into insights

While there is no doubt that Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning (AI/ML) has its place in the enterprise, the bigger challenge for CIOs is identifying the right technologies that will serve specific business outcomes.

Featuring recent examples from Fullerton Health, the Malaysian government and F1 racing, this e-guide will help you get to grips with how AI/ML can help organisations tap into the power of data to make better business decisions.

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