Tag: AI strategy

BI Categories, Business Analysis

How to Assess GenAI’s Impact on Your Business

May 15, 2024


Since the beginning of 2023, generative AI (GenAI) has quickly made a significant impact across an expanding range of industries and applications. In just over a year since its groundbreaking debut, there’s much to celebrate about GenAI – and even […]

BI Users, Business Users

Is creating an in-house LLM right for your organization?

February 26, 2024

Via: InfoWorld

Business leaders have been under pressure to find the best way to incorporate generative AI into their strategies to yield the best results for their organization and stakeholders. According to Gartner, 38% of business leaders noted that customer experience and […]

BI Users, Executive

3 reasons why AI strategy is HR strategy

May 23, 2023

Via: CIO

When Karim Lakhani, co-founder of the Digital, Data, and Design Institute at Harvard University, talks about AI, I pay attention. I’ve previously written about how national survey data collected last year by DataStax (my employer) proved out predictions Lakhani made […]

BI Users, Executive

Your AI strategy’s secret ingredient

February 9, 2022

Via: CIO

AI is increasingly becoming a business imperative. Nine in 10 Fortune 1000 companies are not only investing in AI, but are increasing those investments, with 92% reporting measurable business benefits from their current AI use — up from 72% in […]

Software & Systems

How AI Can Make You a Next-Generation CIO

January 15, 2019

Via: CIO

To say a CIO’s job is difficult is a gross understatement. Carrying out routine IT duties and deploying cutting-edge innovations makes for a tough balancing act. Toss in the fact that every CIO in the world is now under pressure […]

BI Users, Data Analyst

A practical guide to KBQ-led enterprise AI strategy

November 30, 2018

Via: CIO

When “big data” reached the apex of the technological hype cycle several years ago, one would have been hard-pressed to find an enterprise that wasn’t scrambling to accumulate massive unstructured datasets — whether they needed them or not. The haphazardness […]