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This blog is a continuation of the Building an AI Leadership Brain Trust Blog Series which targets board directors to accelerate their duty of care to develop stronger skills and competencies in AI.
2020 has been a difficult year for most of us, both personally and professionally. For many individuals and businesses, simply making it through this year is an achievement that should be recognized. We applaud the healthcare workers, the researchers, the leaders and the global community for coming together in ways that will only strengthen our world.
Following her article on “Building AI Brain Trust: What Leadership Skills Are Needed To Accelerate AI Adoption?“, Dr. Cindy Gordon explores, 10 business skills and provides questions to help engage in a dialogue to advance an organization’s business skills in relationship to an AI perspective. Click here to read more
To read blog 1 of this series, click here.
To read blog 3 of this series, click here.
“AI is advancing in visibility, but the last mile of realizing AI value and sustaining adoption in large enterprises, with demonstrated results, is lagging.” Says Dr. Cindy Gordon, CEO of SalesChoice.
AI leads society to the next phase of human evolution, it is becoming increasingly more evident that we are at risk of creating a future in the flawed image of her maker; and, perhaps a blueprint constructed from nothing more than glorified digital eugenics.
Dr. Cindy Gordon interviews Eli Fathi, CEO of Mindbridge.AI – A Canadian fintech company, to get his insights on how they are using AI to detect anomalous financial risk patterns from transactions, unintentional errors and intentional misrepresentations in order to reduce financial loss, corporate liability risk, and fraudulent reporting.