Sztuczna inteligencja w małej firmie. Jak nie zostać w tyle cyfrowej rewolucji?

Sztuczna inteligencja w małej firmie. Jak nie zostać w tyle cyfrowej rewolucji?

How can the solutions in the field of artificial intelligence help small and medium-sized enterprises from countries such as Poland or other countries in the Central Europe region? What to do to not be behind the digital revolution that changes the face of business? We talk with Ayesha Khanna, the head of Addo.AI.

- With the help of data and artificial intelligence, you can immediately optimize your business. This means that you can automate customer service, production processes. And small and medium-sized businesses are always keen to reduce costs, "says Ayesha Khanna, who is now helping build the future economy in Singapore.

A IA não é apenas uma tecnologia, é uma abordagem filosófica

A IA não é apenas uma tecnologia, é uma abordagem filosófica

Ayesha Khanna, CEO of Addo AI, has a message for everyone: we need to start the journey in the AI "today"

  The idea that artificial intelligence is a separate area reserved for programmers and experts is outdated and should be left out. The approach everyone should take, from now on, is to engage with a technology that will change everyone's life. This was advocated by Ayesha Khanna, CEO of Addo AI and one of the most prominent women in the artificial intelligence sector in Asia, during her keynote at the Vodafone Business Conference - The Way of the Future.

Spread your wings in the future economy

Spread your wings in the future economy

TEBAR SAYAP DALAM EKONOMI MASA HADAPAN

SYARIKAT kecerdasan buatan (AI) milik Dr Ayesha Khanna, Addo AI, pernah dinobatkan sebagai salah sebuah empat firma AI terulung di Asia oleh majalah Forbes pada 2017.

Malah, warga Singapura itu sendiri dinamakan sebagai salah seorang usahawan wanita yang membawa perubahan besar dalam keusahatekwanan di Asia Tenggara oleh majalah sama pada tahun berikutnya.

Pengetahuan dan pencapaiannya itu menghakis tanggapan bahawa wanita tidak boleh berjaya dalam ekonomi masa hadapan yang masih banyak dipelopori oleh kaum Adam.

Top 100 Women in Fintech 2019

Top 100 Women in Fintech 2019

“Women continue to be underrepresented in both the financial services and tech industries. It is no wonder that female leadership in Fintech, a field at the intersection of both industries, remains wanting. Diversity is a cornerstone of successful organisations especially in these day and age where businesses are globalised, and gender diversity is undoubtedly an important aspect of it.

LATTICE80 in collaboration with Miss Kaya presents the 2019 complete list of top 100 Women in Fintech you need to know and follow around the world.

Changing the face of tech one girl at a time

Changing the face of tech one girl at a time

Volunteering at a kids' hackathon at a community centre here six years ago, Dr Ayesha Khanna was given a visceral reminder of a deep-seated bias when it comes to women and tech.

"I was working with kids on a small electric robot and, at some point, the mother of one girl took her daughter away and replaced her with her son, saying he was better suited to the activity," said the co-founder and chief executive of artificial-intelligence (AI) firm Addo AI….

Digital Economy : Asia's digital rise

Digital Economy : Asia's digital rise

This episode of The EIU Digital Economy podcast explores the growing influence of Asian companies in the global digital economy. To discuss why companies in China and beyond have quickly emerged as digital pioneers, and what this means for global businesses, host Pete Swabey is joined from Singapore by Ayesha Khanna, CEO of ADDO AI, an artificial intelligence advisory start-up, and Jason Davis, associate professor of entrepreneurship and family enterprise at the business school INSEAD.

Technology can level playing field for women, says panel

Technology can level playing field for women, says panel

When Dr Ayesha Khanna, co-founder and chief executive of artificial intelligence advisory firm Addo AI, meets clients, they often assume that her fellow co-founder - a man - is the "techie" while she handles only the business aspects. "They are often surprised when I start talking about algorithms," said Dr Khanna, a data scientist with a PhD in information systems and innovation.

In the male-dominated technology industry, it takes greater effort to ensure women are heard, she told a panel discussion yesterday….

AI expert and shooting star Ayesha Khanna

AI expert and shooting star Ayesha Khanna

How are our cities becoming smart? Focus Magazine, one of Germany’s most widely circulated magazines interviews Ayesha Khanna, one of the world's leading experts in Artificial Intelligence, addresses this question. Her approach is to connect AI with human values. This also leads to Khanna preferring moral values ​​to big money. FOCUS Online presents the woman from Singapore.