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5 AI risks businesses must confront and how to address them

TechTarget SearchEnterpriseAI published an Articles "5 AI risks businesses must confront and how to address them" on April 28,2020 including this quote from Seth Earley:

"The AI doesn't know what's important to you, it doesn't know your products, your processes, your customers," said Seth Earley, author of The AI-Powered Enterprise and CEO of Earley Information Science. AI is built on the fundamentals of the business, which it must be taught.

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