Artificial Intelligence (AI) is one of the big digital disruptors and is entering all businesses in all industries. For example, over 50% of financial services institutions globally are already using AI-driven automation. But AI not only presents unprecedented opportunities for value creation, but also daunting challenges as it is a technology and not a purpose. The ability to lead informed, strategic decision-making and augment business performance by integrating AI into the way your organization operates is therefore of crucial relevance. Key questions arise: What is your business model in the digital age and how does AI integrate? What is realistic for you to achieve with today’s AI tools? To successfully implement an AI project, managers and executives need to know best practices and understand current limitations of applied AI. It is easy to get lost in loads of information about this topic online and thus, the best way to learn remains relying on the curated content delivered by industry practitioners.
This course will combine the theoretical basics in the form of lectures and discussions with practical work, where participants will be able to use the knowledge and skills acquired. Participants will be encouraged to contribute to the course with their experiences, backgrounds, comments, questions, etc., and to lively participate and interact.
Boris Debić, Google’s Chief History Officer emeritus, is a technologist who spent 15 years with the company from its earliest days and in the period of the most accelerated growth ($3B to $161B revenue/yr, 3500 to 210k workforce).
At Google he has worked in several roles: Release engineering, G+Privacy, Global Infrastructure, Datacenter site location, AI-driven decision making and Ads serving and machine learning infrastructure.
He also directs the Mars Society’s NorCal Rover project, with support from NASA’s Ames Research Center.
Prior to Google, he held positions in Silicon Valley startups, most notably E.piphany; the United Nations; the Croatian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the University of Zagreb.
Luxembourg School of Business is accredited by the Luxembourg Ministry of Higher Education and Research and recognized as a continuing education organization. As a result, your company can benefit from financial aid from the Luxembourgish state for the training of its employees.
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Any taxpayer with net income from a salaried occupation may deduct the cost of professional development as business expenses (frais d’obtention) from his taxable income from the salaried occupation. Further training expenses which are related to the taxpayer’s current activity fall within the scope of the acquisition costs of article 105 of the ITA and are therefore deductible from taxable income.
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Upon completion of the course, you will receive a certificate to add to your CV and LinkedIn profile.
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