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Enterprise Adoption of AI Technology: Looking ahead to 2018

Recorded - available as on demand webcast

Though media, analysts and vendors are ushering in the AI revolution with gusto, the reality in most organizations is that AI is being slowly adopted: pockets of adoption, islands of execution, proof of concept and innovation lab experiments but few examples of widescale operationalization beyond the large, well-funded born-digital organizations.

What’s holding them back?  What’s working? Where are the opportunities in 2018?  What do business and technology leaders need to do to prepare for success or scale beyond science projects and limited scope deployments?

In this Earley Executive Roundtable, EIS Client Partners will discuss their experiences in organizations progressing on this journey. We’ll review our most interesting projects and engagements, discuss our own skunk work initiatives, and give leaders line of sight to scalable value in deploying leading edge technologies and methodologies. We’ll discuss our lessons learned and provide guidance regarding where organizations need to spend their energies and resources.  Be sure to share this roundtable with your business and technology leadership, colleagues and direct reports and usher in practical AI projects for your organization in 2018.

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Seth Earley
Seth Earley
Seth Earley is the Founder & CEO of Earley Information Science and the author of the award winning book The AI-Powered Enterprise: Harness the Power of Ontologies to Make Your Business Smarter, Faster, and More Profitable. An expert with 20+ years experience in Knowledge Strategy, Data and Information Architecture, Search-based Applications and Information Findability solutions. He has worked with a diverse roster of Fortune 1000 companies helping them to achieve higher levels of operating performance.

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