Alex Chriss

Alex Chriss

Alex Chriss is chief product officer in the Small Business Group at Intuit.

thought-leadership

What Does the “Age of AI” Really Mean for Small Businesses?

A quick glance at the latest headlines – self driving cars, cashier-less grocery stores – will leave no doubt that we have arrived in the age of artificial intelligence (AI). While big tech shifts have traditionally delivered disproportionate advantages to big companies who can afford the underlying infrastructure, I believe that the age of AI […]

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Small Business Tax Countdown: Must-Dos Before April 17

A quick glance at the latest headlines – self driving cars, cashier-less grocery stores – will leave no doubt that we have arrived in the age of artificial intelligence (AI). While big tech shifts have traditionally delivered disproportionate advantages to big companies who can afford the underlying infrastructure, I believe that the age of AI […]

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The Most Critical Must-Dos for Small Business Success in 2018

A quick glance at the latest headlines – self driving cars, cashier-less grocery stores – will leave no doubt that we have arrived in the age of artificial intelligence (AI). While big tech shifts have traditionally delivered disproportionate advantages to big companies who can afford the underlying infrastructure, I believe that the age of AI […]

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Want to Get Hired? Don’t Ditch Your Liberal Arts Degree

A quick glance at the latest headlines – self driving cars, cashier-less grocery stores – will leave no doubt that we have arrived in the age of artificial intelligence (AI). While big tech shifts have traditionally delivered disproportionate advantages to big companies who can afford the underlying infrastructure, I believe that the age of AI […]

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Must-Watch Trends for Small Businesses in 2018 (and Beyond)

A quick glance at the latest headlines – self driving cars, cashier-less grocery stores – will leave no doubt that we have arrived in the age of artificial intelligence (AI). While big tech shifts have traditionally delivered disproportionate advantages to big companies who can afford the underlying infrastructure, I believe that the age of AI […]

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Small Business, Big Impact: How to Give on a Limited Budget

A quick glance at the latest headlines – self driving cars, cashier-less grocery stores – will leave no doubt that we have arrived in the age of artificial intelligence (AI). While big tech shifts have traditionally delivered disproportionate advantages to big companies who can afford the underlying infrastructure, I believe that the age of AI […]

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Management Strategies for the Always-Fluid Workforce of the Future

A quick glance at the latest headlines – self driving cars, cashier-less grocery stores – will leave no doubt that we have arrived in the age of artificial intelligence (AI). While big tech shifts have traditionally delivered disproportionate advantages to big companies who can afford the underlying infrastructure, I believe that the age of AI […]

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3 Questions to Ensure You Hire Amazing Talent

A quick glance at the latest headlines – self driving cars, cashier-less grocery stores – will leave no doubt that we have arrived in the age of artificial intelligence (AI). While big tech shifts have traditionally delivered disproportionate advantages to big companies who can afford the underlying infrastructure, I believe that the age of AI […]

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