For many legacy companies, simply getting started is one of the hardest things about integrating enterprise AI (EAI). Business leaders struggle to find the right entry point to introduce AI technologies, and they are understandably frustrated when the promised benefits of EAI don’t materialize.
Beth Partridge, assisted by Nick Paquin and Annie O’Connor, shares a breakthrough approach to decoding machine learning opportunities, based on embracing EAI as a core competency. Through lectures and hands-on activities in breakout groups, you’ll gain a clear understanding of what AI can do for your business and how to go about implementing it.
EAI as a core competency
Machine learning applications
Staffing for data science
Beth Partridge is founder, CEO, and chief data scientist at milk+honey, a company born from her hard-won understanding that success in business now requires a deep commitment to data-driven decision making and development of a culture of experimentation and innovation at all levels of an organization. Beth is that rare executive with a powerhouse combination of natural leadership, deep technical experience, and impeccable execution skills. She is filled with excitement about the data revolution and the profound transformation that’s upon us. Beth has nearly 30 years of executive-level experience in manufacturing, product engineering, quality control, technical support, and operations. She holds a BS in electrical engineering and a master of information and data science from UC Berkeley.
Finding, attracting, placing, and developing the next generation of technology and IT professionals requires something other than the scattershot approach to professional matchmaking that drives most outsourced recruitment efforts. As workforce enablement director at milk+honey, Nick Paquin augments best practices in recruitment and relationship management with milk+honey’s proprietary skills matrix to ensure eligible candidates possess the skills, professional understanding, and personality to carry out and complete machine learning projects for milk+honey’s clients.
Byron is a business leader, strategist and original thinker with a knack for finding creative solutions to thorny problems. His greatest contribution to most engagements is his ability to see all sides of a situation, and develop insights that advance initiatives. Byron has worked as an executive and a consultant in sectors ranging from automotive to financial services, packaged goods to publishing, sporting goods to technology. The common threads running through his experience are an unusually centered enthusiasm, an ability to say hard things in constructive ways, and an applied appreciation for the things that unite us in our humanity.
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Tony, the link to the deck is now available above. You can also download the presentation from our site: http://milkandhoney.ai/taming-dragons
Will the deck from this tutorial be made available? I thought it was mentioned that it would be but I missed the link.