New research from MIT SMR Connections and SAS finds that organizations that are implementing AI widely have recognized the need to make significant changes in order to enable cross-functional collaboration; provide a more robust and up-to-date IT infrastructure; and manage new risks that can jeopardize trust in AI.

In this on-demand webinar, Kimberly Nevala, SAS strategic advisor; Peter Guerra, Accenture North America chief data scientist; Rob Stillwell, senior VP and business analytics officer, Seacoast Bank; and Capt. Michael J. Kanaan, cochair for artificial intelligence, U.S. Air Force, have a roundtable discussion exploring our research findings and how leaders of AI initiatives are meeting the challenges encountered.

In this free webinar, you will learn:

• How to connect strategic objectives to AI use cases.

• What structures best enable collaboration between data scientists, IT, and business function leaders, and what new skills that collaboration will require.

• How IT leaders must be prepared to reset priorities to ensure that key technology capabilities are in place for AI development and deployment.

• Why it will be critical to build new processes for governing trusted AI in order to manage amplified regulatory, operational, and reputational risks.

Kimberly Nevala
Kimberly Nevala

Strategic advisor, SAS

Peter Guerra
Peter Guerra

North America chief data scientist, Accenture

Capt. Michael J. Kanaan
Capt. Michael J. Kanaan

Cochair for artificial intelligence, U.S. Air Force

Rob Stillwell
Rob Stillwell

Senior VP and business analytics officer, Seacoast Bank

Register Now

“How AI Demands Organizational Change: New Approaches to Collaboration, Technology, and Trust”

April 15, 2020 | 12 PM EDT