How artificial intelligence changes the business and how you prepare for it

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Course introduction

Course introduction
There are only three types of companies: Data-driven companies, data-driven companies, and dying companies. Silicon Valley firmly believes in this. Even if you don’t believe in such a black-and-white future, leveraging data already divides companies into winners and losers. As early as 2016, a McKinsey study found that “data driven organizations are 23 times more likely to retain those customers, and 19 times as likely to be profitable as a result.”

Artificial intelligence significantly increases the competitive advantage of data-capable companies over data-capable ones. Artificial intelligence is data.

Despite its name, artificial intelligence is not intelligent, but it is already a very effective way to solve many of the business problems that were considered unresolved 5-10 years ago – if data describing the business problem is available.

Data-capable companies win over data-poor ones. Likewise, experts and managers who know how to take advantage of the potential of data such as artificial intelligence will beat their colleagues with only traditional strengths.

The training gives experts and supervisors a basic understanding of artificial intelligence and the ability to consider its effects in their own operations.

 

Training content:

  1. Why the importance of data has risen – breakthroughs in analytics, machine learning and artificial intelligence
    Why all data is potentially valuable and usable.
    The revolution in machine learning and artificial intelligence in brief.
    Explained the terms and operation of machine learning.
  2. Towards learning practices
    Artificial intelligence algorithms are not intelligent, but they are
    The central Deep Learning algorithm of artificial intelligence in a simplified way.
    What opportunities do learning algorithms bring when applied to business problems.
    Learning practices from learning algorithms
  3. Change in the operational functions of the organization
    Artificial intelligence enables continuous improvement in all organizational functions from production to customer service
    Industry-specific and industry-independent examples
  4. Management change
    Data-Based Management – What’s Changing?
    Test: Can you think data-driven?
    The changing nature of decision making: From the right answers to the right questions
    Data strategy
  5. Implementation of new practices
    Stages of an artificial intelligence project
    The importance of defining a project goal and business problem. Most projects solve the wrong problem.
    Pitfalls of projects
    A cross-section of technologies and cloud services
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Educator:

HANNU JÄRVI

CEO and Machine Learning / Artificial Intelligence lead at Ari Hovi

Hannu has been working with artificial intelligence for the first time in the mid-90s. He has a clear idea of ​​what is artificial intelligence today is realism, and what is advertising speech.

Hannu has assisted organizations in AI strategy work, from small organizations to the largest export companies, including the University Central Hospital Management Team and the Executive Committee responsible for AI strategy work at the TOP10 listed company.

He has trained heterogeneous groups from AI beginners to PhDs in machine learning to identify and work together on AI’s business opportunities.

Hannu also teaches SQL and Data Modeling.

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How artificial intelligence changes the business and how you prepare for it

Course review
4.20/5
120 Reviewers
Theme:
Leading with knowledge
Educator:
HANNU JÄRVI
Language:
English
Duration:
1 day
Location:
Remote training
Dates:
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Price: 950 € + VAT
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