For years, General Motors (GM) has been a staunch and reputable firm – commendable profits, good balance sheet, and advances in selling vehicles.  These laudable efforts have garnered very little interest from Wall Street, who has considered the company an uninteresting “dinosaur.”  However, recent rapid advances in GM’s driverless car development have brought the desired attention from the Street – investors are finally paying attention and the company’s price share is “springing to life,” according to the WSJ.  This month in LEAD-ZINE we’re discussing the effects that companies face from the multiple aspects of Artificial Intelligence (AI) – some of these effects have turned out to be positive; others appear detractive.  General Motors’ use of AI is apparently going to be logged as one that employs the bonus effects of AI.

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