Artificial intelligence is showing no signs of slowing down – it will soon touch nearly every part of how business is conducted. In order for AI implementation to be successful, employers must follow a few key steps in order to make the transition as smooth as possible and get employees comfortable with this new technology.
Three key learning objectives:
How to educate employees about AI. What are the terms, what do they mean?
- Learn what to look for when evaluating an AI vendor
- Discover ways to engage employees with AI in the workplace
About the Speaker:
David Karandish is Co-founder/CEO of Jane.ai – an enterprise artificial intelligence SaaS company focused on helping people do their best work. Prior to starting Jane.ai, David was the CEO of Answers Corporation. He and his business partner Chris Sims started the parent company of Answers in 2006 and sold it to a private equity firm in 2014 for north of $900m.
David sits on the boards of Varsity Tutors (an on-demand, real-time learning platform in the ed tech space), Create a Loop (a computer science education non-profit tackling the digital divide by teaching kids to code), and Prepare.ai (a non-profit providing educational resources and strategic guidance about Artificial Intelligence to individuals, communities, and companies).
David lives in St. Louis with his wife, Erin and four kids. When not working, he enjoys spending time with his family and playing ukulele.
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