You’re in an important phone conference with the top managers under your supervision. This meeting will set your company’s priorities over the next six months. Each manager must present a report. Decisions will be made during the phone meeting. Conclusions, based upon those decisions and the underlying details must be outlined and prioritized. Each manager is responsible for a certain corporate function. Each must be very familiar with how the meeting impacts their own respective department and of course, how everything integrates with the meeting's big picture. Most importantly, the CEO needs the final report, yesterday.
Not any more.
So, welcome to the world of artificial intelligence married to the latest in collaborative technologies.
Welcome to Voicea.
by Ron Chapman
At one time the media reported stories as they developed and made every effort to get it right. This required extensive interviews with several sources and double checking both the evidence provided and the sources of that evidence to verify the truth.
It was a matter of journalistic ethics to “get it right.” There was pride in being a journalist then and editors made certain that their media organs maintained a rigid 4elevel of unbiased accuracy that garnered public respect.