Artificial Intelligence

This is what the world's CEOs really think of AI

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OK Computer: AI must be explainable to be trustable, according to CEOs Image: REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo

Anand Rao
Global Leader, Artificial Intelligence, PwC
Flavio Palaci
Global Data & Analytics Leader, PwC Australia
Wilson Chow
Technology, Media & Telecom Leader, PwC China
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