COVID-19: The ultimate catalyst for Digital Transformation

Times are uncertain, however digital transformation is here for good. COVID-19 has rapidly accelerated brand’s digital evolution, learning to work in new ways with technology – not against it. Find how the pandemic accelerated digital transformation for us and ride the wave of success.

The 2020 Forrester Wave™ on Specialized Insights Service Providers will help customer insights professionals select the right provider based on their needs. The report identifies 13 most significant providers.

Read the full report to learn which providers can:

  • Meet your specific use case application
  • Have the experience of implementing insights and
  • Delivering concrete business outcome.

 

Lead your way out of the pandemic

Helping CXO’s in solving top of the mind problems :

  • What should I be focusing on to stabilize my business operations?
  • How can I keep my remote workforce motivated and productive?
  • How do I coordinate my team activities during the pandemic?
AI meets Design

AI today is a necessary component of all problem solving; however, it is not a sufficient component. Most of the time in the real world, we are dealing with problems where we don’t know what the objective function is, how to frame the problem or measure success.

The success lies in understanding and solving problems better. It starts with defining the problem, solving the problem once defined and finally implementing the solution. The challenge is about defining and redefining a business problem well.

AI and design together can develop workable solutions and solve problems at scale. ai.lcy 2020 day’s event will focus on this aspect, helping businesses apply AI across the enterprise with design

ai.nyc overview

Organizations today are banking on AI for their toughest business challenges. Be it big or small, every problem has become an AI problem. It is becoming more and more relevant and ubiquitous. Although AI has become an indispensable component of all solutions and problem solving, it is not a self-sufficient component.

The larger the business, the larger are their problems and that too at worldwide complexity and a scale of millions of consumers. AI comes to rescue while solving these problems and delivering higher value, but that alone is not enough. Building pipelines to drive decisions in real-time and solving these problems by making humans behave the way we want to behave have become extremely crucial elements in problem solving.

At ai.nyc, we will discuss the new recipe to solve business problems and exploit new opportunities at scale.

ai.lcy overview

Today, enterprises are putting AI to work on their toughest challenges. Every problem today is an AI problem. It is becoming more and more relevant and ubiquitous. Though AI is a necessary component of all solutions and problem solving, but it is not a sufficient component.

Large businesses have large problems which are at worldwide complexity and at a scale of millions of consumers. AI is powered to solve these problems better and deliver higher value. But AI alone is not enough to build a pipeline that drives decisions in real time and solve these problems by making humans behave the way we want them to behave.

At ai.lcy we discussed the new recipe to solve business problems and exploit new opportunities at scale.

Keynote – Rise of the Robots

Martin Ford explores the ways in which AI and automation (aka, “robots”) are outpacing humans in a range of sectors, from education to law, agriculture to healthcare, management and beyond. He offers a realistic view of what the future of work – and your place in it – will look like.

Speaker: 

Martin Ford, Futurist and author of  The New York Times bestseller “Rise of the Robots: Technology and the Threat of a Jobless Future”.