AI is a reality today! More and more companies are developing skills in this area. But not every organization is able to generate real business value with AI. Companies need to train the entire workforce – not just the technical staff. This seminar is aimed at those who want to understand AI, what can be done with it, how projects work and what organizational structure is appropriate for the purpose.
Successful use of artificial intelligence does not only need technical specialists. On the contrary, the whole company should prepare for this topic (life-long learning). Companies are only prepared for delivering business value from AI when the employees have the right level knowledge. This seminar starts right there – to train employees with less technical knowledge on the subject of artificial intelligence.
This 2-day intensive seminar gives you an in-depth look at the topic of artificial intelligence in business
You will be able to distinguish reality from fiction.
You will know the success criteria for generating real business value with AI.
You will obtain ideas for use cases in your own company.
This course is aimed at decision-makers, project managers and specialists with direct responsibility or indirect reference to the management of data-driven projects as well as data-driven organizations in connection with the latest advancements in the field of AI.
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In the seminar “AI Management compact”, the following key areas are considered:
Basics and demystification of the term «artificial intelligence»
Insights into different AI use cases and how they are correctly defined using different tools
AI projects including team setup and various project phases
Structure of the AI organization including operating model and success criteria
Head of studies
Afke Schouten, Founder AI Bridge, Director of Studies CAS AI Management & CAS AI Operations, Head of program for the Major AI – Master of Digital Business, HWZ.
During my career I have seen many organizations and learned first handwhat it takes for AI to be effectively implemented in companies. I would like to use this knowledge and pass it on to support others in their journey.