It’s always struck me as a somewhat interesting paradox that despite the fact that age, like race or gender, is a “protected class” when it comes to workplace discrimination, we continue to talk about “millennials” in offensive ways that are a blatent compliance violation.
In daily life as an individual, you rely on others – from neighbors to police to lawyers and judges to armed forces – for protection against threats of all kinds. At the same time, you also bear responsibility: the more careless or inclined toward risk you are, the less secure you become.
I do a lot of reading about next-generation strategies, trends and tactics being employed by leading procurement organizations. Often, I find myself confronted by the notion of “best-in-class.”
Discussions about conversational AI are ubiquitous these days and virtual or cognitive agents, such as chatbots and the like, are at the forefront.