By Carl Schell, Keypoint Intelligence

Given the meteoric rise of artificial intelligence (AI) in the workplace, I’m going to not go out on a limb and say that everyone out there has had multiple conversations about the subject by now. I assume many of you have had at least a taste of AI too, while some are already using it to improve processes, save time, and solve problems. And I’m not talking about AI built into software that just runs, hopefully, silent and smooth—no, this is squarely about something you have to interact with to gain results.

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