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The AI-Powered Enterprise - Make Your Business Smarter, Faster, And More Profitable

Recorded - available as on demand webcast

Join authors and AI experts Seth Earley and Tom Davenport for a discussion of how to get AI to succeed -- and be effective -- in your organization. These are challenging times -- we'll address how the global pandemic is changing corporate priorities and what will become of AI projects.

We'll cover topics including these:

  • What is the strategic importance of AI to large companies?
  • How can you balance between simple pilot projects and "moonshot" AI projects that propose to create overarching change?
  • What should companies do to prepare their data and infrastructure to make AI successful?
  • Will the global pandemic set AI priorities back, or is this a time to use AI to leap ahead?
  • How can you get buy-in for successful AI projects?

We'll review research including surveys on corporate attitudes toward cognitive projects.

In this practical session, Earley and Davenport will outline key take-aways from their books THE AI-POWERED ENTERPRISE and THE AI ADVANTAGE, respectively, and help attendees decide how to marshall limited resources to achieve tangible outcomes for AI projects.

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