Driving Transformation with AI

Monday, January 09, 2023 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Virtual Event

Across sectors, AI is revolutionizing decision-making through data-driven insights, supercharging operational efficiency, and crafting personalized customer experiences at unprecedented levels. Yet, amidst the AI marvels lie challenges like ethical considerations, data privacy, and upskilling the workforce.

Are you ready to take the lead and ensure your readiness to drive AI initiatives with precision?

During this event, you will gain a comprehensive understanding of the capabilities of AI and its vast potential to reshape industries, influence your business, and drive innovation.

MIT Senior Lecturer Paul McDonagh-Smith studies the intersection between technology and business. His research demonstrates how by harnessing the same technologies that are delivering disruption—including artificial intelligence, machine learning, augmented and virtual reality, and computing —we can build and embed business approaches that convert our challenges into opportunities for sustainable organizational growth.

Join McDonagh-Smith for a 60-minute live conversation on LinkedIn to discuss:
• How to strategically apply AI technologies to create optimized value in your business
• Accelerating AI-related innovation within your teams and organizations

Leading the AI-Driven Organization is a weeklong, in person course that lays out a clear path for navigating the transformative landscape of AI. During this course, you will acquire a comprehensive understanding of the AI continuum, which spans from basic AI concepts to advanced technologies like machine learning (ML), deep learning (DL), generative AI, and the journey towards artificial general intelligence (AGI). Learn more: executive.mit.edu/lai

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