Artificial intelligence (AI) has been around for a few years, but some people are still apprehensive about the technology.
However, this could simply be down to a lack of understanding and knowledge about it, and being unaware of how to implement it into their own business strategy, whether by directly using the equipment or investing in artificial intelligence for future financial gains.
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AI is becoming more and more common in our everyday lives. It’s behind a whole range of services that most of us use on a regular basis. And there’s a growing range of AI technology that is affordable, making it accessible to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
In a recent article, Destination CRM pointed to research from Salesforce showing that a growing number of SMEs intend to start using AI in the not-too-distant future. The survey found that although just eight per cent of SMEs currently use AI, 32 per cent have plans to introduce it.
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Starting a company is hard work, there is no denying this. And with Brexit just a few short weeks away, it’s likely to become even more difficult to launch a brand and attract the very top talent in your field if you already know that said talent is likely to be found from overseas.
Much talk has been going on in the press of late about unicorn visas, where applications could be fast-tracked to help new companies bring in foreign talent to aid them with their expansion plans, where applicable.
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