Are we reaching a point where many of our corporate decisions can be automated? Are we ready to make this leap?

At some level, we already rely on software to make minor, everyday decisions. Here’s a classic example: If you use Microsoft Word, the software auto-corrects spelling for commonly misspelled words and capitalization. We leave it to the software to make these low-level adjustments for us, and these adjustments are based on common rules. Of course, Word won’t create the document for us, that’s still the role of a human decision-maker.

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