How does EVQLV understand and utilize AI?

Mar 10, 2020 | Blog | 0 comments

Daniel Gigante

AI or artificial intelligence is a term that gets thrown around constantly in the tech space. In our most recent discussion, Andrew Satz (CEO, EVQLV), covers what it means when a company says they’re leveraging AI, how EVQLV is utilizing AI, the different types of AI (hint: that “A” doesn’t always mean artificial), and perhaps most interestedly, how AI can make us more human.

Timestamps:

What does it mean when a company says they’re leveraging AI? [0:08]

How should it be understood when we say we’re using AI? [3:27]

What type of AI are we leveraging: [5:36]

Can AI make us MORE human?: [8:45]

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