Today, more industries than ever before see integration and implementation of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning as a path to improve process efficiency, provide superior customer service and eke out an edge over competition.
Before we know it, it will be in just about every product and service we buy and use. In addition, its application to business problem solving is growing in leaps and bounds. And at the same time, concerns about AI’s implications are rising: what is the impact of AI-enabled automation on the workplace, employment and society.
This workshop is aimed at anyone looking at how they can get started with an AI project and where it can lead.
Key topics and takeaways:
- How to identify problems in your organisation that are viable AI/ML use cases
- Assembling the right team, key roles and skills required for success
- Building a business case that supports exploration and discovery
- Applying a common delivery framework for AI/ML projects
- Selecting tools and platforms that maintain a low cost of exploration
- Working on Human-AI Collaboration as the future approach to AI for business applications
Co-Founder and Rita's Mum
Sarah is an author, analyst, researcher, project designer, speaker and nerdtreprenuer with research interests and some pieces of paper in strategic planning, change management, planning professional development and strategic application of artificial intelligence with London's Middlesex University, Leeds Trinity University (UK) and recently MIT's Sloan Management and CSAIL Executive Schools. Sarah is also Mum to three human children and a clever little robot named Rita.