Is South Africa ready for AI?..

Published by Sparks Electrical News, 14th September More and more people are living in smart, connected homes. Devices such as Amazon’s Alexa to control lights, Google’s Nest to learn and anticipate heating preferences, and smart meters to give real-time data about energy usage are becoming m...

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Video interview at AI Africa Expo..

In this video, Ryan Falkenberg, co-CEO of CLEVVA outlines how AI can be used to empower staff with enhanced decision-making capability that, combined with their intrinsic capabilities can make them more valuable. With most investment currently focusing on automating people out of jobs, this is an i...

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Ryan Falkenberg, our co-CEO, being interviewe..

Michelle Constant, in her weekly slot 'The Jet Set Breakfast" looks to interview influential CEO's on a news article they feel is worth exploring in more detail. In this interview, Ryan Falkenberg, our company co-CEO, is asked to review 2 articles relating to the contact centre industry within South...

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Digital disruptors..

Published in Top Performing Companies and Public Sector, 19th February 2019 A born and bred South African, Ryan studied business science with a Masters degree in Industrial Psychology, with the aim of contributing joy and success within the systems where people spend most of their lives – organ...

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South African business prepares for AI-based..

By Angela Chandy (Dark Fibre Web), published by ITWeb on 29th August 2018 The latest Strategy Analytics Global Mobile Workforce Forecast Update predicts the mobile workforce will be 1.87 billion strong by 2022, over 40% of the world's total number of workers. That is close to 2 billion people who...

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Use tech to create super-agents, not replace..

By Kgaolgelo Letsebe, ITWeb 20th July 2018 Contact centres must start reshaping the role of the agent from a traditional knowledge management service, to a more empathetic, human-facilitated service provider, if they are to successfully navigate the changes brought on by chatbots...

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The bots are coming!..

By Natasha Meintjies, ITWeb, 12th July 2018 If the media hype is to be believed, the robots may well be coming for your job. In fact, late last year, McKinsey research showed that up to 800 million workers worldwide may lose their jobs to artificial intelligence (AI) by 2030, whi...

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