Implementation of Artificial Intelligence from The Perspective of Activity Theory to Determine Contradictions in The Sales Process with The Etom Framework
AT in the design methodology is used on a collaborative scale. The activity system is intended to systematically understand the eTOM business framework, which has been built historically and relates to each other in its design towards the use of AI technology. By using AT as a theoretical framework, it's hoped that it will offer a wealthy holistic know-how of ways humans collaborate, i.e., perform useful collective activities, with the assistance of state-of-the-art tools, in this case, AI, withinside the complicated dynamic surroundings of contemporary-day organizations.
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