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EY: With AI at the Wheel, Will Your Board Steer the Course?

This white paper explains why company boards in the auto industry need to embrace the importance of artificial intelligence beyond the self-driving car.

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Most company boards are aware of the importance of artificial intelligence for autonomous vehicles. But the influence of AI goes well beyond the self-driving car.

This 5-page white paper from EY explains why it’s vital for the future of the industry that today’s boardroom conversations cover the broader potential impact of AI. The challenge: many automotive boards and management teams don’t understand AI well enough to appreciate its impacts and the pace at which it’s evolving.

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