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Responsible AI

Artificial Intelligence has become an integral part of our lives. It is so intertwined and widespread that most of the time we do not realise it is there. You take a picture with your smartphone and it automatically decides what to focus on. Well, that “automatically” requires AI that inspect …

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Digital Transformation of … Digital? – X

Let’s now consider the first issue: identifying and applying a new business model. They are separate aspects, obviously both important, but involving quite different strategies and leading to quite different impact on the enterprise/institution. The starting point should be the analyses on how the “status quo” changes as we execute …

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Digital Transformation of … Digital? – VIII

aving a Personal Digital Twin as a “container” of data and a “framework” is fine but it is unlikely to stimulate users’ adoption. Sure, one can use it as a “personal global repository” but to really stimulate adoption and make the person perceive a value the PDT should deliver some …

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Digital Transformation of … Digital? – VII

Let’s consider then the use of a Personal Digital Twin as a “container” of data and as a framework for these data use (knowledge, access, sharing, …). A company, like IEEE, could offer, as I mention, to create on behalf of its customers/users their Personal Digital Twin, based on the …

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Digital Transformation of … Digital? – VI

In addition to data explicitly requested to its customers, a company can accumulate data, deriving them from the interaction that the customer has with the many services/products the company offers. This is what many players on the web do. Google, Amazon, … are acquiring and aggregating information on their users/customers …

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Digital Transformation of … Digital? – V

Having discussed the meaning of Digital Transformation for a company, institution, that is already operating in the cyberspace the next step is: How could it be designed and, most important, executed? Moving from warehousing to consulting requires acquiring, and growing a knowledge of the “customer”. IEEE, as an example, has, …

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Digital Transformation of … Digital? – IV

The next years will see a growing impact of distributed knowledge, where “distributed” refers both to knowledge owned/embedded in humans, in organizations and in machines. In a way this is nothing new, what is new is the seamless access, actually co-presence of this distributed knowledge to the point where it …

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Digital Transformation of … Digital? – III

The most difficult part in this transition is not about technology: it is about culture and organization. Laying back and waiting for customer to knock at your door is a different mindset than going out and knock at customers’ doors. Of course, once you are operating in the cyberspace you …

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Digital Transformation of — Digital? – I

I am involved, along with a few other people, in a brainstorming on the future of data management within IEEE. Specifically, I am working in the area of Digital Transformation of IEEE and, as it is natural, the first point of discussion is: What does it mean Digital Transformation for …

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