Could AI solve that problem? Speed that process? Five important things you should ask to unearth AI opportunities in your organization.This article by Kevin Casey at the Enterprisers Project which is a community of CIOs discussing the future of business and IT, provides actionable insights on how IT and business leaders can think clearly about where AI might be a good fit.
Any IT leader with a pulse already understands that AI will have an increasing impact on their business in 2019, as well as in their broader industry. The same goes for the related disciplines that tend to get lumped in under the AI umbrella, such as machine learning and robotic process automation (RPA).
But that’s not really an actionable insight. It says “be prepared,” but it doesn’t weigh in much on where to get started. And where to get started with AI is the most pressing question today, especially given that what constitutes the best applications of AI (a term we’ll use in blanket fashion here) will necessarily be organization-specific, or at least industry-specific.
We asked a group of AI experts for just that: Actionable insights. How can IT and business leaders think clearly about where AI might be a good fit? That question produced, well, more questions, but productive ones.
Read these five important things you should be asking to help unearth viable, results-oriented AI opportunities in your organization.