Over the coming weeks, our new guest blog series will take a closer look at how data and artificial intelligence can be used for good, exploring the ways it can have positive impact on the lives of many.
In this opening post, tech expert and writer Noel Peatfield explains the important role supply chain data is playing in the Zambian farming industry...
At first glance, you could be forgiven for thinking that the retail industry hasn’t enjoyed the best start to 2018. The unfortunate plights of Toys R Us, Maplin et al have dominated the headlines in recent months, leading many to believe that it’s all very much doom and gloom across the sector at the moment.
Peak's Rob Bainbridge looks at the way that artificial intelligence is currently being portrayed in the media, and discusses the many ways that AI can be used for good and improve things for businesses exponentially.
At Peak, we're incredibly proud of our culture and our values. As a forward-thinking company operating in an exciting and fast-moving space, our commitment to diversity and our belief in inclusivity and openness are key reasons for our continuous growth and the success we've already enjoyed as a business.
Artificial intelligence. It’s a hot topic at the moment, but ask the majority of people to explain what it actually means in a sentence, and they’ll more than likely struggle. For many, the mention of the term “AI” either conjures up vivid memories of 2004 Hollywood blockbuster I, Robot, or that time Siri somehow mistook a voice command of “will it rain today?” to mean “Call *insert name of ex here*.”
Richard Potter, CEO of artificial intelligence firm Peak, has been named by DataIQ as one of the 100 most important and influential people in data-driven business.
In its fifth year, the DataIQ 100 is a nomination-generated list made up of practitioners working in great brand and end-user organisations (Data Titans), as well as those developing innovative solutions for business partners (Data Enablers.)