ArchIntel’s Latest White Paper ‘Competitive Artificial Intelligence: The Crossover Point’ Available for Free Download

ArchIntel’s Latest White Paper ‘Competitive Artificial Intelligence: The Crossover Point’ Available for Free Download
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ArchIntel, a leading provider of concise actionable open source market and competitive intelligence (CI) reports to federal business leaders, has released its latest white paper “Competitive Artificial Intelligence: The Crossover Point,” which is available for a free download at ArchIntel.com.

“The Crossover Point” explores the insights and first-hand expertise provided during ArchIntel Events’ recent Artificial Intelligence in Competitive Intelligence Forum featuring August Jackson, senior director of Market and Competitive Intelligence with Deltek, as a speaker and moderator for an expert panel with Dr. Fred Hoffman of Mercyhurst University, Arik Johnson of Aurora Worldwide Development and Suki Fuller of Competitive Intelligence Fellows.

ArchIntel’s first forum examined the competitive intelligence landscape as artificial intelligence (AI) and other emerging technologies continue to influence the field and evolve the best practices for CI professionals.

“It really is up to us as a professional community to set the agenda for how AI will enable competitive intelligence, not replace us,” Jackson explained during ArchIntel’s AI in Competitive Intelligence Forum. “We need to find our collective professional voice for us to speak to the developer community to ensure that AI is an enabling tool for competitive intelligence.

Download your free copy of ArchIntel’s latest white paper, “The Crossover Point” to learn the biggest takeaways and best practices of how CI professionals are maintaining a competitive advantage in their field while working to integrate AI and other emerging technologies to push CI into the future.

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