This article from Pete Eppele in Forbes covers three critical inflection points for artificial intelligence (AI) in B2B. First, the build-versus-buy gap will grow to a chasm. Second, AI will become table stakes for customer-focused organizations. Third, AI will super-charge sales channels. Read the full article and learn why AI isn't about algorithms - it's a way of doing business. Read the original article on Forbes.com.
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