Moutusi Sau | February 9, 2018
Artificial Intelligence is everywhere right now. If you are the decision maker in your organization and have been told to look come up with an AI plan, the first step is coming up with a business plan. The suite of tools available in AI is creating products that reduce the time and increase the efficiency of organizations by their varied applications. In a short amount of time, AI-based technologies have made tremendous progress. But, despite this high-interest level, AI has generated a lot of unrealistic expectations and CIOs need to understand the clear way to create a business plan for AI projects inside their organizations. To underscore the point, defining the AI strategy is cited as a top challenge by 37% of the respondents in the survey conducted by the Gartner Research Circle.
Highlighting this, we recently published the note to help the CIOs through this journey: ‘Seven Factors That Make Business Cases for Artificial Intelligence Projects Different’. We showcase seven factors and how they help you achieve better business outcomes by following the steps.
At the heart of the answer lies the four things you need to focus on:
Why, for whom, what and how.
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