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Building a data foundation for AI success

Artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming the world of business, enabling organizations to improve efficiency, productivity, innovation and customer satisfaction. However, AI is not a magic bullet that can be applied without proper preparation and planning. To leverage AI most effectively, ...

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AI: Developing a strategy and approach

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Every day we open our news feeds and there is yet another article about Artificial Intelligence (AI). One article states how the proliferation of AI will end democracy. Another talks about a situation where AI will take over all jobs. ...

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You’re hiring a summer intern … what about payment?

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It’s that time of year – the time when many employers hire their summer interns. Interns can be great additions to an organization. They can bring in fresh perspectives, help support employees, and become potential candidates for full-time employment. On ...

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Data integrity and AI: The old problem is a new problem

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Part of the “magic” of generative AI is that one can put in a request and get an answer without doing the grunt work of parsing through mountains of data or manually incorporating visual elements in a creative process – ...

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Empowering women in the workplace

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While the modern workplace has advanced, gender disparities remain. From wage gaps to the need for more female voices in leadership roles to lack of flexibility in the workday — there’s still much work to be done to ensure that ...

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Experts explain implications of employee speech ruling

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The National Labor Relations Board last month expanded protection of employee speech to include writing “Black Lives Matter” on a work apron under certain circumstances. Minnesota employment law authorities David Larson, a Mitchell Hamline School of Law professor, and Michael ...

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M&A lawyers to sellers: Start planning three years early

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During a panel discussion on mergers and acquisitions, lawyers at Maslon LLP encouraged business owners who are looking to sell their company to give them a three-year heads-up if they want to get the best deal possible for themselves and ...

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