Featuring Tom Davenport, President’s Distinguished Professor of Information Technology and Management at Babson College and author of numerous HBR articles and books including “Competing on Analytics, The New Science of Winning” The hype surrounding artificial intelligence is powerful, and some organizations have been seduced by it. This can be seen as organizations make massive investments using AI on transformative “moonshot” projects.
Yet these ambitious AI moonshots often fail to deliver their intended results. Babson College professor and author Tom Davenport has studied which AI projects are working best and why they are working.
On January 30, in a live, interactive HBR webinar, Davenport will share insights and recommendations for AI success. He will discuss: Davenport will examine what it means to be a cognitive corporation and lay out the steps for companies to get there.
He will offer his thoughts on what AI means for the workforce and provide advice for building cognitive capabilities. If your company is actively pursuing AI or plans to do so, join Tom Davenport and HBR on January 30.
You will discover the best real-world approaches to near-term AI success and the most important steps to becoming a cognitive corporation. Read more from hbrengage.wins.net…
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