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Buzzword or not, AI is now a thing in corporate earnings calls

In quarterly calls to discuss earnings with Wall Street, executives’ curated comments fall into two categories: information they are required by the SEC to divulge and things they think investors want to hear. Aggregating trending topics from those calls, however, offers a glimpse into what’s on corporate managers’ minds. It was for this reason consulting […]
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