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The AI Advantage – Practical Steps Toward Realizing the Promise of AI

Recorded - available as on demand webcast

Artificial Intelligence (AI) for organizations of all sizes is becoming more practical every day. Many successful implementations are having subtle, but far reaching implications for companies across industries.  

Join Seth Earley, Founder and CEO, Earley Information Science, and special guest Tom Davenport, author of The AI Advantage and the President’s Distinguished Professor of Information Technology and Management at Babson College, for a discussion on being a successful AI-driven organization on Thursday, March 21, 2019 @ 2:00 p.m. ET.

Topics for discussion include:

  1. Where to begin looking for practical opportunities to leverage AI in your organization
  2. How market forces are driving this evolution
  3. Prioritizing incremental wins over big hit projects

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