The nascent introduction of artificial intelligence into the workplace means gaining practical insights into how to implement it properly remains a major challenge for many organizations.
On May 23 at the HITS Spring event in Los Angeles, Dennis Helms, innovation and experience lead for LiveTiles, and Milind Potdar, principal program manager for Microsoft, will offer some practical AI advice to get you on track.
Leading off the midday “AI, Data and Analytics” track of breakout sessions, the presentation “Intelligent Transformation: How to Build an AI and Bot Strategy for Your Organization” will look at how AI and bot technology can help improve business processes, remove the ore mundane tasks, and improve speed and access to information throughout an organization.
Helms and Potdar will walk attendees of the session through popular AI and bot applications for business functions, share customer AI and chatbot use cases, offer a game plan on AI strategies, and show how simple it can be to use bots in most any workplace.
“We are excited to share with the MESA community the exciting opportunities that currently exist within their organization to introduce AI and bots,” Helms said. “Our how-to-build an AI and bot strategy for your organization session will look at how AI is improving business processes, by removing mundane tasks in the workplace so you can focus on more meaningful activities. We will be showcasing and discussing real customer use cases so you can consider the application of bots and AI in our organization.”
HITS Spring is presented by Entertainment Partners, with sponsorship by LiveTiles, 5th Kind, Amazon Web Services, Birlasoft, Exactuals, Expert System, MarkLogic, Microsoft Azure, Richey May Technology Solutions, SoftServe, Spark Digital, Avanade, CDSA, Cinelytic, EIDR, MicroStrategy, Signiant, the Trusted Partner Network, human-I-T, and Zaszou IT Consulting.
The event is produced by the Media & Entertainment Services Alliance (MESA) and the Hollywood IT Society (HITS), in association with Women in Technology: Hollywood (WiTH); the Content Delivery & Security Association (CDSA); and the Smart Content Council.