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Latest from the Customer Insight Leader podcast (episodes & where to find it)

Welcome to the Customer Insight Leader podcast. An audio podcast designed to complement this blog by enabling you to hear first-hand from today’s leaders. So you can get beyond the spin, to hear what they really do and what has helped them in the real world. Each episode features Paul Laughlin interviewing one of today’s […]

March 16, 2020

AI misdescription and real world applications from Asia

In between blogging, from the two events I recommended, let’s return to the challenge of AI misdescription. As I shared in my review of Tony Boobier’s new book, he calls out the problem of mis-labelled AI. That is analytics or even BI applications being called AI, mainly because it is fashionable. Below, Tony returns as […]

October 24, 2018

Sharing takeaways from the Rise of AI conference, Berlin 2018

Building on the lessons we learnt from Tony Boobier’s book on AI & work, let’s hear more about the Rise of AI. At the start of a month when I will be chairing and attending events, I was delighted to receive Francesco Corea‘s debrief. In this post, he shares his learning journey while attending the […]

October 11, 2018

Data Science collaboration between universities & businesses = Scotland

As a break from our focus on books, I want to return to the topic of Data Science¬†collaboration between universities & businesses. When it works well, it can make such a difference to both students’ development & business talent pipelines. In many ways the topics are not disconnected. Books, like collaboration between universities & businesses,¬†are […]

June 22, 2018

7 books for Market Researchers, as diverse as their interests

On this blog we’ve recommended books for analysts, so here are 7 books for market researchers. This eclectic selection is once more contributed by Netquest, thanks to guest blogger Carlos Ochoa. When I first read his post, I couldn’t resist the multi-disciplinary nature of this recommended reading list. On this blog, we regularly advise that […]

April 25, 2018

Divided opinion & common themes, on applying AI, from #FSFConference

Yesterday morning, I had the pleasure of joining (maybe almost 100) FS leaders to talk about AI. The event was the annual members conference of the Financial Services Forum. Held at the BT Centre in London, it was a great opportunity to hear from both futurologists & practitioner leaders. What interested me at this event […]

March 27, 2018