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AI in the Enterprise: Hype vs. Reality

  1. 1. AI in the Enterprise: Hype vs. Reality Proprietary and confidential September 12, 2019
  2. 2. AI in the Enterprise: Hype vs. Reality Proprietary and confidential September 12, 2019
  3. 3. How #2) Do you have the right instrumentation integrated to monitor the impact from AI projects? What #1) Are the AI projects focused on delivering measurable business outcomes? Hype or Reality? AI for the Sake of AI
  4. 4. How #4) Are there long-term career paths for AI/ML Data Scientists & Engineers? What #3) Is there a core AI capability under a CDO/CTO? Or is it a ‘bolt-on’ as part of the CIO org? Hype or Reality? Nurturing AI Talent
  5. 5. How #6) Is the legacy BI/EDW environment the main data platform for AI projects? What #5) Is there a Data Governance team with an CXO commitment to truly enable Data Democratization? Hype or Reality? Data as a Core Asset
  6. 6. How #8) Does the business accept the idea of Probabilistic Recommendations (accompanied by Confidence Intervals)? What #7) Does the organization have an appetite for Experimentation across the Enterprise – not just cosmetic website changes? Hype or Reality? The Legacy of Determinism
  7. 7. How #10) Have AI projects been integrated to Transaction systems (e.g. ERP, RPA) in the last 12 months? What #9) Do you have an enterprise AI platform infrastructure? Hype or Reality? Crossing the AI Scale Chasm
  8. 8. #1) Are the AI projects focused on delivering measurable business outcomes? #2) Do you have the right instrumentation integrated to monitor the impact from AI projects? AI for the Sake of AI #3) Is there a core AI capability under a CDO/CTO? Or is it a bolt-on as part of the CIO org? #4) Are there long-term career paths for AI/ML Data Scientists & Engineers? Nurturing AI Talent #5) Is there a Data Governance team with an CXO commitment to truly enable Data Democratization? #6) Is the legacy BI/EDW environment the main data platform for AI projects? Data as a Core Asset #7) Does the organization have an appetite for Experimentation across the Enterprise: not just cosmetic website changes? #8) Does the business accept the idea of Probabilistic Recommendations ? The Legacy of Determinism #9) Does you have an enterprise AI platform infrastructure? #10)Have AI projects been integrated to Transaction systems (e.g. ERP, RPA) in the last 12 months? Crossing the AI Scale Chasm Hype or Reality: The 10 Questions
  9. 9. The Manifesto
  10. 10. #1: Be Ruthless About Outcomes ● Quantify outcomes from AI projects that can be measured in business KPI terms ● Integrate the instrumentation process and methodology into the AI project Business Outcome KPI Influence KPI: AI Project success metric
  11. 11. ● Build a centralized AI/ML team to work on cross- functional problems ● Create an eco-system that enables collaboration among Citizen Data Scientists #2: Invest in Building Organizational Capability Hat tip: ‘Team of Teams’ by Gen Stanley McChrystal The Seals: Core AI Competency Decentralized AI Teams
  12. 12. #3: Elevate Data to be a First-Class Citizen ● Invest in Data Governance leadership from business outside of IT ● Build out a ‘Data as a Service’ architecture that extends beyond data provisioning Data Governance and Policy Office Enterprise Data Architecture AI and Data Science Foundation Data Services
  13. 13. ● Monitor and evaluate the ability of AI systems to get better over time ● Continuously challenge AI recommendations with field experiments #4: Integrate Probabilistic Systems into Operating Processes Naive Bayes isn’t all that naïve!
  14. 14. #5: Invest in ‘AI Platform as a Service’ ● Invest in an AI@Scale Platform that enforces standardized AI model Lifecycle Management ● Move away from monolithic systems to ‘Lego Blocks’ of modules that can be assembled to solve specific problems
  15. 15. The Manifesto #1: Be Ruthless About Outcomes #2: Invest in Building Organizational Capability #3: Elevate Data to be a First-Class Citizen #4: Integrate Probabilistic Systems into Operating Processes #5: Invest in ‘AI Platform as a Service’
  16. 16. Case Studies
  17. 17.  Algorithms that leveraged the rich (often dark) datasets to create Personalized recommendations  Enabled successful Customer Journeys across the Lifecycle (NBA et al) #1: AI Driven Personalization Across the Customer Lifecycle Case Studies
  18. 18.  Algorithms that leveraged the rich (often dark) datasets to create Personalized recommendations  Enabled successful Customer Journeys across the Lifecycle (NBA et al) #1: AI Driven Personalization Across the Customer Lifecycle Case Studies  Reduced ‘Time to Expertise’ by integration of Knowledge assets into the Customer Support processes  ‘Cognitive Automation’ integrated into the Workflow #2: Autonomous Enterprise Using AI Enabled Knowledge Assets
  19. 19.  Algorithms that leveraged the rich (often dark) datasets to create Personalized recommendations  Enabled successful Customer Journeys across the Lifecycle (NBA et al) #1: AI Driven Personalization Across the Customer Lifecycle Case Studies #2: Autonomous Enterprise Using AI Enabled Knowledge Assets #3: AI-Driven Experimentation  Reduced ‘Time to Expertise’ by integration of Knowledge assets into the Customer Support processes  ‘Cognitive Automation’ integrated into the Workflow  High-velocity of experiments with dynamic targeting  Go beyond the traditional A/B Testing to explore MAB strategies
  20. 20. Thank You krishna.r@incedoinc.com www.incedoinc.com

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  • • Typography Choice Goals
    • Goal: To help introduce the new proposal template layouts in Google Slides.
    • Note: Feedback, changes, and other design ideas are welcome!
  • • Typography Choice Goals
    • Goal: To help introduce the new proposal template layouts in Google Slides.
    • Note: Feedback, changes, and other design ideas are welcome!
  • • Body Slide (Template #9 - Wide image with two text columns)
    • Goal: Gives the client a feeling of trustworthiness with a large graphic (ideally a non-busy photo) with text space for explanations.
    • Required to Include: Header title; image; Incedo logo.
    • Optionally include: Image descriptor.
    • Note: Feedback, changes, and other design ideas are welcome!
  • • Body Slide (Template #9 - Wide image with two text columns)
    • Goal: Gives the client a feeling of trustworthiness with a large graphic (ideally a non-busy photo) with text space for explanations.
    • Required to Include: Header title; image; Incedo logo.
    • Optionally include: Image descriptor.
    • Note: Feedback, changes, and other design ideas are welcome!
  • • Body Slide (Template #9 - Wide image with two text columns)
    • Goal: Gives the client a feeling of trustworthiness with a large graphic (ideally a non-busy photo) with text space for explanations.
    • Required to Include: Header title; image; Incedo logo.
    • Optionally include: Image descriptor.
    • Note: Feedback, changes, and other design ideas are welcome!
  • • Body Slide (Template #9 - Wide image with two text columns)
    • Goal: Gives the client a feeling of trustworthiness with a large graphic (ideally a non-busy photo) with text space for explanations.
    • Required to Include: Header title; image; Incedo logo.
    • Optionally include: Image descriptor.
    • Note: Feedback, changes, and other design ideas are welcome!
  • • Body Slide (Template #9 - Wide image with two text columns)
    • Goal: Gives the client a feeling of trustworthiness with a large graphic (ideally a non-busy photo) with text space for explanations.
    • Required to Include: Header title; image; Incedo logo.
    • Optionally include: Image descriptor.
    • Note: Feedback, changes, and other design ideas are welcome!
  • • Body Slide (Template #9 - Wide image with two text columns)
    • Goal: Gives the client a feeling of trustworthiness with a large graphic (ideally a non-busy photo) with text space for explanations.
    • Required to Include: Header title; image; Incedo logo.
    • Optionally include: Image descriptor.
    • Note: Feedback, changes, and other design ideas are welcome!
  • • Typography Choice Goals
    • Goal: To help introduce the new proposal template layouts in Google Slides.
    • Note: Feedback, changes, and other design ideas are welcome!
  • • Body Slide (Template #6 - Text and image swapped)
    • Goal: Helps client understand information with text and an image. Helps prevent the client from being overwhelmed with too much info at once.
    • Required to Include: Header title; content itself; Incedo logo.
    • Optionally include: Subheader; image descriptor.
    • Note: Feedback, changes, and other design ideas are welcome!
  • • Body Slide (Template #4 - Image with text)
    • Goal: Helps client understand information with an image and text. Helps prevent the client from being overwhelmed with too much info at once.
    • Required to Include: Header title; content itself; Incedo logo.
    • Optionally include: Subheader; image descriptor.
    • Note: Feedback, changes, and other design ideas are welcome!
  • • Body Slide (Template #6 - Text and image swapped)
    • Goal: Helps client understand information with text and an image. Helps prevent the client from being overwhelmed with too much info at once.
    • Required to Include: Header title; content itself; Incedo logo.
    • Optionally include: Subheader; image descriptor.
    • Note: Feedback, changes, and other design ideas are welcome!
  • • Body Slide (Template #4 - Image with text)
    • Goal: Helps client understand information with an image and text. Helps prevent the client from being overwhelmed with too much info at once.
    • Required to Include: Header title; content itself; Incedo logo.
    • Optionally include: Subheader; image descriptor.
    • Note: Feedback, changes, and other design ideas are welcome!
  • • Body Slide (Template #6 - Text and image swapped)
    • Goal: Helps client understand information with text and an image. Helps prevent the client from being overwhelmed with too much info at once.
    • Required to Include: Header title; content itself; Incedo logo.
    • Optionally include: Subheader; image descriptor.
    • Note: Feedback, changes, and other design ideas are welcome!
  • • Typography Choice Goals
    • Goal: To help introduce the new proposal template layouts in Google Slides.
    • Note: Feedback, changes, and other design ideas are welcome!
  • • Body Slide (Template #9 - Wide image with two text columns)
    • Goal: Gives the client a feeling of trustworthiness with a large graphic (ideally a non-busy photo) with text space for explanations.
    • Required to Include: Header title; image; Incedo logo.
    • Optionally include: Image descriptor.
    • Note: Feedback, changes, and other design ideas are welcome!
  • • Body Slide (Template #9 - Wide image with two text columns)
    • Goal: Gives the client a feeling of trustworthiness with a large graphic (ideally a non-busy photo) with text space for explanations.
    • Required to Include: Header title; image; Incedo logo.
    • Optionally include: Image descriptor.
    • Note: Feedback, changes, and other design ideas are welcome!
  • • Body Slide (Template #9 - Wide image with two text columns)
    • Goal: Gives the client a feeling of trustworthiness with a large graphic (ideally a non-busy photo) with text space for explanations.
    • Required to Include: Header title; image; Incedo logo.
    • Optionally include: Image descriptor.
    • Note: Feedback, changes, and other design ideas are welcome!
  • • Typography Choice Goals
    • Goal: To help introduce the new proposal template layouts in Google Slides.
    • Note: Feedback, changes, and other design ideas are welcome!

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