Being ready for AI

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Many business leaders don’t know how to deploy AI, not just in a pilot here or there, but throughout the organization, where it can create maximum value. In order to do so, there are certain questions decision-makers initially can ask themselves to achieve even better results throughout their journey to AI:

  • How do I define an AI strategy?
  • How do I find AI-literate workers or train existing staff?
  • What can I do to get data AI-ready?
  • How do I ensure the AI is trustworthy?

Listen to John Ramieri’s talk about Being ready for AI to get the powerful insights you need:

DID YOU READ: Chatbots: The Modern Artificial Intelligence Helper 

At IBM Research AI, you can read a lot more about the newest insights within the field. We believe artificial intelligence will transform the world in dramatic ways in the years to come.

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Research & Innovation Executive, IBM Research - IBM Watson

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