“FUTURE-PROOF YOUR BUSINESS THROUGH AUTOMATED INNOVATION.”
nobody likes a back seat driver
take control of technology or it will outpace your ability to control it
In the beginning, automation was used to improve labour output.
It then progressed to enhance supervisory, budgetary and even management activities.
Now innovation can also be automated through technologies that monitor, collect, analyse and upgrade themselves automatically through INTEGRATED AI SYSTEMS.
These technologies are not new and are also inexpensive. Today they are accessible to businesses because the speed at which they process information has caught up with the volume created.
LG’s Smart fridge technology, unveiled in January 2014 reports dwindling food supplies to its owner via text message, it will even answer texts like:
Is there any beer left?
Soon, advancements in software and predictive computing will have it recommend a dish for dinner based on the ingredients available inside it.
“If you don’t drive your business,
you will be driven out of business.”
– B.C. Forbes
revolution is evolution
businesses are like living organisms and can also become extinct
“Information technology and business are becoming inextricably interwoven. I don’t think anybody can talk meaningfully about one without the talking about the other.”
– Bill Gates
Businesses that ignore the inevitable wave of technological evolution will be hopelessly outpaced as a new species of company will dominate.
Today, even in the burgeoning e-commerce industry there are businesses that fail to adopt technologies and fall behind.
Microsoft Azure, Amazon Predictive Analytics and IBM Machine Learning are all technologies that are employed in e-commerce and other industries to predict and suggest products to users based on their habits, lifestyle choices and demographics.
These technologies can even automatically promote products anticipated to be in demand soon, such as umbrellas before the rainy season or textbooks before school begins.
innovation begins with intent
upgrading is no longer for those who are hardworking, it is for those who are willing
Businesses do not need to reinvent the wheel, they simply need to change their mode of operation from a cause and effect analytical approach to a more synthetic and evolutionary approach that facilitates upgrades whenever necessary.