Gaps are emerging in the willingness of countries to accept the generative AI juggernauts such as ChatGPT, with concerns that privacy, security, intellectual property and personal rights are being put at risk by the open-source software.
Baker Tilly’s annual Caribbean Hospitality Financing Survey showed that while confidence levels dipped by around 10 per cent for both banks and non-bank financiers in 2023, as compared to last year, they remain historically high.
Global M&A activity is poised to bounce back after 12 months of dealmaking doldrums, with experts from Baker Tilly expecting the mid-market to drive the recovery.
Economic necessity is driving many older workers to delay retirement plans, while at the same time, many retirees are re-evaluating the viability of their decision to step away from employment.
The exploding interest in generative AI tools like ChatGPT has forced companies across sectors to consider the impact of AI on their business models — both as a time saver and as a potential disruptor. But while opportunity abounds, many companies remain wary.