In this episode, Matt shares some of the fascinating use cases he’s seen companies deploy, as well as where he thinks conversational AI will go over the next 3-5 years.
In this episode, Dr. Ahmed El Adl shares his far-reaching insights with us, and clarifies whether AI will ultimately have a bigger impact as a tool for automation or worker augmentation, whether machine learning will ultimately eliminate the need for data science altogether, and the most important background to consider when hiring an AI professional.
Episode #11: Key Metrics that Justify Automation Projects & Win Budget Approvals – Dave Robbins, former CIO of Ellie Mae
In this episode, Dave shares his insights about the most powerful tool for succeeding with automation in your enterprise.
In this episode, Ritu shares some intriguing observations from her research, including: the surprisingly straightforward things IT executives can do today to start preparing their organizations for the inevitability of artificial intelligence in their environments.
Episode #9: How Automation and AI are Disrupting Healthcare Information Technology – Change Health Care’s Andrew Brill
In this episode, Andrew shares his valuable insights with us, as well as why the proliferation of API’s combined with automation, could lead to some of the biggest opportunities yet for optimizing processes in any type of enterprise.
Episode #8: A Critical Analysis of AI’s Future Potential & Current Breakthroughs – Cognilytica’s Ron Schmelzer
In this episode, Ron guides us through a brief history of AI, its potential to augment & multiply human productivity, and why 3-5 years from now if a business doesn’t utilize AI bots it will be the equivalent of not having a website.
In this episode, Lee Coulter joins us to share his insider perspective of where automation is heading, what you’re really buying when you invest in an automation platform, and what the one essential skill is that will set apart successful individuals in a highly automated future.
Episode #6: Insights from IBM: Digital Workforce and a Software-Based Labor Model – IBM Automation’s Gene Chao
In this episode, Gene Chao joins us to share his views on what a digital workforce with a software-based labor model will look like, why organizations clinging to rigid centralized hierarchies may not remain competitive much longer, and which metric is the worst indicator at gauging the effectiveness of automation.
Episode #5: Why your organization should aim to become a Digital Master – Capgemini’s Marisa Slatter
In this episode, Marisa Slatter takes us through some of the key highlights in DTI’s report, and along the way makes some specific recommendations for organizations seeking to become Digital Masters.
Episode #4: How to Manage the Increasingly Complicated Nature of IT Operations – Red Hat’s Alessandro Perilli
In this episode, Alessandro Perilli, General Manager, Management Strategy at Red Hat shares intriguing insights about how senior IT executives best deal with the increasingly complicated nature of managing IT operations.