Accept disruption by AI or get left behind, Kvamme tells tech conference
Mark Kvamme is urging companies throughout the Midwest to get on the autonomous bus or get run over.
Kvamme, transplanted from Silicon Valley by then-Gov. John Kasich to run JobsOhio in 2011, said at this week’s CIO Tomorrow conference that he intended to stay for six months. It only took that long for him to decide that Central Ohio was the place to be to take advantage of the next wave of innovation – the artificial intelligence revolution – so he stayed.
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Story excerpt provided by Columbus Business First.
Written by Cynthia Bent Findlay.
Originally published May 2, 2019.
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