Emerging Business Applications of GenAI
Discover current capabilities and limitations of generative AI technology and implications for business.
As the interest in generative AI grows, there is an urgent need to understand its current capabilities, limits, and their implications for business. Artificial Intelligence like ChatGPT has the potential to disrupt the most essential facets of organizations, from finance and human resources to operations and marketing. Now more than ever, businesses must stay ahead of the curve and prepare to integrate AI into their core functions. In this program, hear from leading experts on emerging business applications of generative AI.
Explore immediate opportunities for integrating AI into your daily work and your organization, including use cases in talent acquisition, marketing, business analytics, and communication, and discover what opportunities you may be missing. Learn how the swift adoption of AI is impacting the global economy, and how AI can help businesses to increase productivity, harness data to rapidly adjust to changes in the business environment, and kickstart innovation.
- Learn to apply GenAI systems, such as ChatGPT, Microsoft Copilot, DALL-E
- Understand the current capabilities and limits of GenAI in talent acquisition, marketing, business analytics, and communication
- Increase GenAI fluency to provide new insights, automate processes, and foster innovation
- Explore the potential for collaboration between humans and AI technologies
- Consider the impact of generative AI on the future of work and how businesses can prepare their teams for this technological shift
Who should attend?
- Leaders, managers, and individual contributors interested in furthering their understanding of emerging uses of generative AI across business divisions and the technology’s implications for the future of work.
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