Thanks to OpenAI, I may have found a guest blogger who is reasonably knowledgeable and isn't a shill. What do you think?
A conversation about responsible AI, machine learning, ethics, and knowledge management. Boinodiris and Snowden discuss the differences between human and machine intelligence and what happens when we blindly rely on machines.
This session discusses AI in KM. What are the leading AI programs and technologies that are facilitating knowledge sharing and management today? What can we expect from machine learning in the future?
If knowledge is power, then knowledge visibility is a superpower. Full knowledge visibility requires powerful AI to continuously read, organize and retrieve all the content in your systems.
Speaker: Marco Iansiti, Professor of Business Administration & Coauthor, Competing in the Age of AI , Harvard Business School Session Description: Join Marco Iansiti as he shares insights on the revolutionary impact AI has on operations, strategy, and competition beginning with a look at the core of the new firm, a decision factory he calls... Continue Reading →
Speakers: Jean-Claude Monney, Board of Directors Member, Keeeb; Phaedra Boinodiris, IBM Academy of Technology, Executive Consultant, Trustworthy and Responsible Systems; and Steve Sweetman, Customer & Strategy Lead, Ethics & Society Engineering, Microsoft Session Description: Join our exploration into the future of AI and other emerging tech as it transforms the knowledge sharing, collaboration and innovation... Continue Reading →
Speaker: Paul Nelson, Innovation Lead, Search & Content Analytics, Accenture Session Description: Intelligent document understanding is drastically changing the search and knowledge management landscape thanks to AI technologies. As 80% of all enterprise data is unstructured, document understanding delivers tangible benefits across industries and business functions saving time, money and resources. Paul highlights how one... Continue Reading →