Earlier in the year, Dr. Cindy Gordon and Mala Upadhyay released a new book called the AI Dilemma. It discussed the impacts of AI on different industries, ranging from: financial services, government, healthcare, media and technology, manufacturing, retail, to name just a few.
Earlier this year, Dr. Cindy Gordon and Malay Upadhyay released their new book, The AI Dilemma, a leadership guide to assess enterprise AI maturity and explore AI’s impact in diverse industries. To find out more about this and Dr. Cindy Gordon’s thoughts on why there is a growing need to increase leadership’s knowledge in AI, click here.
About the Authors
Dr. Cindy Gordon is a Governor General awardee and the CEO and Founder of SalesChoice, an AI SaaS company for B2B sales. Winner of numerous awards for AI Disruption, she is a former Venture capitalist, Accenture Partner, Xerox GM and Citibank VP. Dr. Gordon is also the AI Board Advisor for the Forbes School of Business and Technology, Advisor, AI Forum, Chair of the AI Directory, CATA Board Advisor for Innovation and STEM, and an Adjunct Faculty Professor at George Brown College, teaching AI and Data Science Ethics. Her articles on Forbes can be found at https://www.forbes.com/sites/cindygordon/
Malay A. Upadhyay (MBA, M.Sc, B.Engg) is the Chief AI Customer Experience Officer at SalesChoice, where he has trained 150+ managers on the basics of AI and its successful adoption. A Duke of Edinburgh awardee and a customer journey executive experienced across three continents, Malay drives the subject of AI Management as an advisor, author, online instructor, and member of the European AI Alliance. His books can be found at https://www.amazon.com/author/malayaupadhyay
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Malay Upadhyay, Chief AI Customer Experience Officer, SalesChoice Inc.
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March 30th, 2021 | Toronto, Canada – Dr. Cindy Gordon, CEO & Founder, SalesChoice and Malay Upadhyay, Chief AI Customer Experience Officer, SalesChoice are pleased to announce the launch of their new book, published by BPB publications (Asia’s largest publisher of Technology books): The AI Dilemma: A Leadership Guide to Assess Enterprise AI Maturity & Explore AI’s Impact in Your Industry.
This thread aims to consider a framework to allow policymakers to qualify and rate AI solutions across relevant parameters. While discussing in another thread, it occurred that while it is important to discuss what AI can or cannot do, we should also think of standards that govern our currently available day-to-day AI solutions and how to make them easily understandable to the public. It would allow effective, responsible and careful adoption of current AI solutions by users, and will require an official certification or rating, just the way movies today are rated R, PG etc. or a food product is rated on its level of spice.