Take Advantage of Microsoft’s Resources to Learn How You Can Use AI in Your Business
Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) are words that are being used to describe more and more products these days. But as much as we are intrigued by the technology, most of us would be hard pressed to explain exactly what it is, let alone be able to figure out how to use it in business.
Seriously though, what exactly IS artificial intelligence? What does it mean to your organization? Can it be incorporated as part of your products and services? And is your company culture ready to adopt this new technology?
Microsoft AI Business School
Microsoft has initiated the AI Business School, offering practical training on how to define an AI strategy for your organization and how to foster a company culture that is ready to use the technology.
Targeted areas include AI for manufacturing, retail, healthcare, financial services, government, and education.
The goal is to train business leaders to understand the challenges of introducing AI, build up the company culture, learn how to use the technology responsibly, and explore the possibilities that AI can offer the organization.
Microsoft partnered with INSEAD, a top international business school, to develop the on-demand learning program.
AI Platform, Tools, and Services
Microsoft is also offering a look into their AI technology at Microsoft AI Platform, Tools, and Services. Here, you can find out more about how AI is being used in applications such as autonomous systems, aerial robotics, machine learning, and the development of conversational language capabilities. Create a real-world AI app in their AI Lab or try one of their hands-on demos.
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