Meeting customer expectations will soon require AI investments

Customers are becoming “impatient narcissists,” according to Rick Davidson, president and CEO of the consultancy Cimphoni. “They want what they want, and they want it now,” he said during this presentation on cognitive computing for the enterprise at the recent Fusion CEO-CIO Symposium in Madison, Wis. Today’s technology-connected customers care about wait times, ease of use and responsiveness. The deeper the technology is integrated into their lives, the more they’ll expect from the companies they do business with, Davidson warned. To meet evolving customer expectations, CIOs will have to invest in cognitive computing technologies such as machine learning and artificial intelligence. SearchCIO’s senior news writer Nicole Laskowski sat down with Davidson at the Fusion conference where he talked about what he calls the “cognitive enterprise” and the steps CIOs need…


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