SMACtalk Social Media, Mobility, Analytics, Cloud Technology Podcast
About This Show
SMACtalk (Social, Mobile, Analytics, Cloud) is a 30 min weekly show discussing how innovation, technology and S.M.A.C. affect the future of work. Each week we will filter the internet for the best content from thinkers, entrepreneurs and brands and use it as a platform for our discussion. Topics will also include Social Business, Technology, Innovation, Big Data, Social Media, Marketing, CIO vs CMO, Leadership, startup life, Entrepreneurship and more while also bringing on industry thought leaders as special episode co hosts!
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Most Recent Episode
SMACtalk 75: Exploring the Future of Artificial Intelligence with Dr. Rob F. Walker
In this week’s episode of SMACtalk, hosts Brian Fanzo and Daniel Newman had the opportunity to speak with Pega Systems VP, Rob Walker, an experienced executive in the machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) that also happens to hold a PHD in the space. While the show has covered the gambit of technology topics, this was one of the very first SMACtalk episodes that focused on the future of artificial intelligence, so having someone of Rob’s experience was a terrific fit and opportunity to discuss some of the key trends in the space. In particular, the focus was on AI and its impact on enterprise software tools such as ERP, CRM and Business Intelligence. During this episode, Rob provided insights on the following questions: What are some of the biggest technology shifts that are impacting the future of CRM? AI and Automation are stirring up the Future of Work, but for CRM they are a powerful duo, can you share a little more? Salesforce made a big splash with Einstein, but AI inside of CRM is going to be the norm, right? Can you share an example of how intelligence will transform workflows inside of companies? What do you see as the next big changes in CRM in the next 12 months? 5 Years?
Rated 5 out of
Great job, Brian and Daniel. I'm enjoying your discussions and you're doing well at keeping it conversational and not losing those of us who aren't as tech savvy as you. My first subscription!
Date published: 2015-01-14