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Dr Karippur Nanda Kumar (Professor - Information Technology, SP Jain) writes in IT Next that enterprises must leverage scalable and sustainable digital technologies effectively to propel the next stage of innovation.
Dr Karippur Nanda Kumar writes in Financial Express about how retail companies have access to a range of integrated AI tools and platforms involving technologies such as text analytics, machine learning, chatbots, robotics, image recognition and natural language processing.
Dr Karippur Nanda Kumar writes in Free Press Journal that even though the pace of digital change accelerated during COVID-19, one worrying trend was the percentage of failed projects with many enterprises not fully achieving the desired business outcomes.
Dr Karippur Nanda Kumar writes in Op-ed Moped on building smart cities and transforming the economy through digitalisation of infrastructure.
“Digital transformation requires a reimagining of business practices to derive maximum value from digital technologies such as artificial intelligence, the Internet of things (IoT), big data, and cybersecurity,” said Dr Karippur Nanda Kumar in an interview with Analytics Insight.
“Digital transformation requires leaders to develop a digital transformation roadmap, make decisions to invest early in digital technologies, and initiate organisation-wide changes that pose significant challenges and uncertainties,” – writes Dr Karippur Nanda Kumar in Higher Education Digest.
Dr Karippur Nanda Kumar shares the key findings of the research project titled “Factors influencing the adoption intention of AI for public engagement in Singapore.”
How can companies across the world leverage AI to innovate and enhance customer experience? Dr Karippur Nanda Kumar shares his insights in Tabla! newspaper.
Dr Karippur Nanda Kumar was interviewed by btcn.tv for their show ‘Coffee & Conversation’ in an exclusive two-part series where he spoke about ‘The Challenges of Digital Transformation’ and ‘The Role of Digital Transformation in Smart Cities’.