Could machine learning replace the CIO function?

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Could machine learning replace the CIO function?

[Blog post] A far out tech that isn’t so far off.

We are entering an era where we need to reshape our thinking about the relationship between managers and machines.   For those of us who have been in IT for some years, our earliest memory of computers was of glorified calculators. I recall struggling with my statistics course at Sydney ...

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David Gee
David Gee is an accomplished consulting and technology executive who has held CIO roles in Australia, China, Japan and the US. He explores the role of the CIO and the transformation journey. Other favourite topics include digital innovation, analytics and big data and the financial tech ecosystem.
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