What to know before bringing AI into your organization

Does my organization need a plan for AI now?

AI is not going to replace managers but managers that use AI will replace those that do not” – Rob Thomas Senior Vice President Software and Chief Commercial Officer, IBM

What is the biggest obstacle companies are facing with AI adoption?

The main hurdle companies face when in adopting AI is ensuring users feel in control of the technology. When people have a say in how AI systems work, they’re more likely to trust and use them. Even small adjustments increase trust. Moreover, there is a risk of unintentional biases being embedded within AI models, which could potentially lead to unethical usage.

What real impact do companies experience upon integrating AI into their operations?

  1. Enhanced Time Efficiency: Organizations across industries can streamline processes, particularly in content creation, leading to significant time savings.
  2. Resource Optimization: AI enables the generation of high-quality technical materials, such as enhanced medical imagery, conserving resources and improving outcomes.
  3. Unlocking New Business Horizons: By harnessing AI capabilities, companies can explore novel avenues and capitalize on emerging opportunities, thereby driving value creation.”

Is my organization ready to implement AI solutions today?

  1. Define Your Focus: Prioritize identifying key problems and opportunities, leveraging cloud technology and machine learning to deliver enhanced value to your customers.
  2. Foster Divergent Thinking: Embrace a mindset that goes beyond incremental improvements, encouraging bold solutions to challenges, and driving innovation.
  3. Leverage diversity: Tap into diverse perspectives and expertise to foster creativity and develop well-rounded AI strategies. The BTS AI Balanced Breakthrough Model (link to include?) ensures a holistic approach.
  4. Embrace Fast and Iterative Experimentation: Adopt a culture of rapid experimentation, acknowledging that AI solutions are probabilistic and require continual learning. Failure is an integral part of the learning process, driving progress and innovation.