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Bringing Enterprises into the AI Space

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Complex workloads demand complex methodologies. But what if you could get AI to deal with the complex parts instead of hiring more and more knowledge workers to handle them? Turns out that it’s possible to achieve increased KPIs through the implementation of AI in business. The key areas where integrating AI proves to be particularly beneficial are AIOps, MLOps, or wherever high-performance computing applications are.

When the measure of a business’s success is how efficient and quick its processes are, AI seems to be the answer. Intel has charted out an AI maturity transformation pathway spanning across 5 years starting at POCs to Focus, Scale and finally Transformation, which shows how AI can be implemented to the benefit of various business processes and how that drives up the company value over time by a significant measure.

Itay Yogev from Intel and a panel of experts join Stephen Foskett in this Roundtable Discussion to talk about the possibilities of this prospect. Learn about the technicalities of the process maturity transformation including the greatest benefits and the common problems as the panelists come together to make a stimulating conversation about AI in the context of modern business.

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About the experts

Stephen Foskett is an active participant in the world of enterprise information technology, currently focusing on enterprise storage, server virtualization, networking, and cloud computing. He organizes the popular Tech Field Day event series for Gestalt IT and runs Foskett Services. Find him on LinkedIn and Twitter.

Itay Yogev is the General Manager of Artificial Intelligence at Intel. You can follow him on LinkedIn.