Enterprise Artificial Intelligence I

  •  TYPE: Track    START DATE: Thursday, November 28, 2019     START TIME: 11:00    LOCATION:  Session Room 1
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What Would an AI Do?

Date: Thursday, November 28, 2019 Time: 11:00-12:00

What Would an AI Do?
Achim Lelle, Achim Lelle Management Consulting

The title of my presentation can only hint to the ambiguity. An answer requires three clarifications: what is the objective, what is the setting, and when is this happening.  Today, organizations that wish to implement AI face five challenges: strategic, structure, functional, cultural and ethical.  However, depending on the AI maturity this will most likely change. While, at present, prediction seems to be at the heart of most AIs, in the future, when judgement, autonomous...

Scoring Models, Fraud Detection, Customer Churn - will AI replace us? NO, but...
One of the main questions people ask about AI is about substitution: will come the time AI will undertake tasks humans do? It's very important to understand the difference between applied and generalized AI. Today and in the next 15-20 years we are talking about applied AI, means only special kind of tasks will be fulfilled by AI, but also when in maybe 20 years generalized AI will come (a machine will "think" like a human) there will be enough creative and "other" tasks for humans so that...

Common Misconceptions About AI - and What You Really Need to Succeed

Date: Thursday, November 28, 2019 Time: 12:00-13:00

Common Misconceptions About AI - and What You Really Need to Succeed
Matthias Anderer, Matthias Anderer GmbH

Did you encounter any of this before: - Discussions about self driving cars "deciding" to kill grandmothers and spare children. - The project goal of highly complex AI models trained with messy and few data. - The deployment of an untested AI model in a live product. AI in our current business context brings many risks. From loosing time discussing the wrong issues to dangerous exposure of your business due to a missing understanding of the potential threats. In this talk Matthias will...


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