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Suzanne Taylor

Suzanne Taylor

Vice President, Innovation and Emerging Technologies

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Suzanne Taylor, PhD, Vice President Innovation and Emerging Technologies, focuses on applying emerging and disruptive technologies to business problems. She leads the global Innovation practice at Unisys. Her breadth of experience includes technology, analytical and business roles in areas such as Chief Technology Office, product development, marketing, consultative and product service delivery, lean six sigma, and R&D. She pioneered the team that developed the vision, strategy and approach for a new innovation practice, connecting technical and industry business experts to create differentiation in the market. She has led initiatives in product service delivery excellence, portfolio and investment management, and enterprise-wide content management.

Previous experience also includes the delivery of mobility and speech recognition projects, with a focus on human factors and spoken interface design. She has led R&D efforts in the areas of natural language processing, image processing, and technology for education. She has been an adjunct professor, published papers and patent author.

Suzanne has a Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University.

Forbes articles

Balancing Hyperautomation And Hyperpersonalization

Use automation to minimize when a user needs to interact, but when the user does, make it a great experience. Here are some tips on how you can achieve that balance as you navigate this collision course.

Employee Productivity: Mindfulness Could Increase Focus and Enable Better Collaboration

Mindfulness is about being present in the moment with full awareness. This is the exact opposite of multitasking, which, as business leaders, we often find ourselves doing.

How To Use Integration And Intersection To Solve Today’s Tough Problems

Finding solutions to business problems can be hard, but the Covid-19 pandemic has taken the challenges that businesses face to a whole new level.

How To Earn And Keep The Trust Of Business Stakeholders In AI System Efforts

Stories in the press discuss the need to ensure that AI does no harm by introducing or perpetuating bias, creating security or privacy risk, or otherwise adversely affecting people, property, or the environment.

AI-Led Operations: The Smart Way To Automate

More organizations are moving more workloads to public clouds. The pandemic has only accelerated this trend. Reports indicate that demand for Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud public cloud services has surged since the onset of the pandemic.

How 5G And Evolving Expectations Will Lead To A New, Immersive Work World

The pandemic has pushed us toward an era of being able to work seamlessly from anywhere. It created the necessity for new ways of people-to-people, people-to-application and machine-to-machine interactions, and solutions that make us feel like we are there with other people and physical objects.