6 Ways To Make AI Self-Service For Business People
Date: Wednesday, June 27, 2018
Time: 11:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time
Duration: 1 hour
AI has been described as the 4th industrial revolution. PwC reports that it will deliver $15 trillion in GDP impact by 2030, and McKinsey estimates that 51% of data collection, data processing and predictable physical work can be automated using existing technology. That AI will change how businesses work is a common belief among enterprise leaders, but an equally common belief is that AI is expensive, scarce, and difficult to use without a doctorate in data science. Which belief is the truth?
A survey of business leaders led by Deloitte revealed 6 big challenges that prevent companies from putting AI to work within their business:
- It’s difficult to integrate AI into existing processes and systems
- Technologies and expertise are too expensive
- Managers don’t understand cognitive technologies and how they work
- Can’t get enough people with expertise in tech
- Technologies are immature
- Tech has been oversold in the marketplace
While these problems are historically valid, current technology that’s available, affordable and usable by business people solves each of them.
In this webinar, you will learn how AI-driven RPA (robotic process automation) flattens each obstacle that businesses have faced in making AI a practical, self-service superpower for operations teams.
- What are common mistakes companies make in their AI efforts?
- How has RPA and BPM evolved through machine learning?
- What’s really behind the 6 challenges, and how does the latest technology solve them?
- What are the best use cases in banking, insurance, healthcare and F&A?
Adam is WorkFusion’s Chief Evangelist and SVP Marketing. He leads market development, field marketing, brand, communications, and analyst relations, and serves as the company’s spokesperson. Adam joined the company in 2012 as the company’s first marketer, built a team, and helped create the Intelligent Automation category. He previously founded two companies, served as the strategic leader at several of the world’s top advertising agencies and led product marketing for one of the earliest SaaS companies in the first wave of cloud-based software. Adam began his career in management consulting in the Financial Institutions Group and Enterprise Technology groups at BearingPoint.