Atos will support Willis Towers Watson in its digital transformation, including enhancements to the business experiences by moving on-premise infrastructure to the cloud, retiring legacy hardware and software, and shifting to a consumption-based model. In addition, Atos will help reimagine the end-user experience through the use of chatbots, digital lockers and virtual technology bars to help reduce failures and increase automation.
The Valuable 500: Over a Third of Companies Pledge to Accelerate Disability Inclusion in the Wake of COVID-19
LONDON, July 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Today, The Valuable 500 – the global movement working to get 500 of the world’s largest businesses to commit to placing disability inclusion on their business leadership agendas […]
This ignorance, this lack of information promotes negative stereotypes. Interview with Lorena Julio, human rights advocate and Co-Founder of Comparlante. Hosted by Antonio Santos, Debra Ruh and Neil Milliken. Lorena Julio is a human […]
Here’s how artificial intelligence designers take cues from neuroscience to build machines that learn more like humans.
Yann LeCun, the chief AI scientist at Facebook, helped develop the deep learning algorithms that power many artificial intelligence systems today.
So diversity training doesn’t have a great track record of boosting Black employees into the executive suite. “I would advise companies to spend the money on something else,” says sociologist Frank Dobbin […]
AXSChat interview with Mike Gifford, Susanna Laurin & Timo Stollenwerk
Past Present and Future Wednesday July 22, 2020 1300-1400 GMT Webinar to be faciliated Facilitated by Gráinne Bagnall. JUly 22 nds 1 pm Dublin. Digital transformation is transforming workplaces and is essentially […]
Atos provides a comprehensive and modular approach to digital workplace transformation. We engage people, and enable places and platforms to address workforce challenges across all digital touchpoints and change management processes
AgeLab research and outreach program for individuals 85 and older reveals surprising outcomes and extends MIT’s reach.
Technology in higher education can be both an aid and a challenge for students with disabilities. I