AI for Decision Makers
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AI for Decision Makers is designed to give organizational leaders an understanding of what AI is, why it can be useful in an organization, and how to implement AI projects. We will cover AI’s applications and limitations, how to set goals and evaluate AI projects, requirements for an organization to undertake an AI transformation, and common ethical considerations in implementing AI.
No prerequisite is required for this course.
How organizations approach their use of AI should be carefully considered. We tailor our course, and it’s pricing, to meet the needs of your organization.
Understand AI and AI related topics, such as machine learning, deep learning, neural networks, and more
Understand the important role data has in the success of an AI project
Define outputs and outcomes for AI endeavors, and assess metrics for AI projects
Navigate considerations for guiding your team or company through an AI transformation, including resource allocation, training and upskilling, and pilot project selection
Overcome common AI adoption obstacles
Address ethical considerations relevant to AI
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If a paid registrant cancels prior to an event, The ARI will issue a 100% registration credit that can be used within 12 months of the date of the event by anyone at the registering organization. Requests for cancellation must be emailed to email@example.com at least one week prior to the start of the event.
At an in-person event, credits will not be issued for no-shows or for cancellations made within one week of the start of the event.
If The ARI cancels or postpones an event, The ARI will automatically issue a 100% registration credit that can be used within 12 months of the date of the event by anyone at the organization, and may be used toward any ARI event, service, or product.
KIRK BAKER | PRESIDENT & FOUNDER, THE ARI
Kirk is the founder and president of The Analytics Research Institute, as well as Lexical Intelligence. Prior to his current work, he was an integral member of two successful health science startups in Maryland. He joined the founding members of The Zerhouni Group as a computational linguist, designing a pharma-based search and visualization tool that formed the basis of that company’s acquisition by i3 Analytics. As VP of Technical Development at i3 Analytics, he guided the development of the prototype into a full-fledged search and analytics platform used by many of the top organizations in the pharma industry.
Kirk received his Ph.D. from Ohio State, specializing in the application of statistical machine learning techniques to problems in natural language processing.