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In the next issue of Verdict AI, out in February, we’ll be looking at some of the emerging approaches to artificial intelligence to investigate how they can be used to help businesses. We take an in-depth look at Waymo’s plans for self-driving cars to find out how the company is set to transform transportation. 

We’ll also hear from Facebook’s Stan Chudnovsky about using chatbots to improve customer interaction and boost sales, and discover IBM’s take on AI's potential for seasoned businesses with help from Dr Chitra Dorai. 

Plus, we’ll hear from Transversal about the importance of implementing AI with purpose, and look at some of the startups making waves in the world of business artificial intelligence. 


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