HIGH POINT — Retailers aren’t the only ones concerned about the impact of Hispanics’ concerns regarding the current environment toward immigration.
The logistics side of the industry is impacted both in terms product bottlenecks and filling available positions on the road and in warehousing. To read more, visit Furniture Today.
Although it’ll be a while before we all have an IBM Watson supercomputer sitting on our desktops, there are a number of artificial intelligence business tools truckers can use right now that will help you run smarter, faster and ahead of the competition. Essentially, these next-generation wonders tap into the ability of artificial intelligence to do a lot of the thinking and strategizing for you.
“We started to invest more in AI in 2015 and just launched a business unit, Driven Analytic Solutions, that is bringing some of these breakthroughs to other carriers and partners,” said Richard Cribbs, executive vice president at Covenant Transportation Group.
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