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Operationalizing AI Virtual Conference – May 9, 2023

CMG Presents: Operationalizing AI

On Tuesday, May 9th from 10 AM – 2 PM ET, CMG will host an event about operationalizing AI where you can expect to learn about:

  • The basics of operationalizing AI, including what it means, why it is important, and the benefits
    of integrating AI into business operations.
  • Deploying your AI Applications: The Where, When, How, What’s and Why’s
  • Data Sets and Benchmarking
  • Performance, Capacity, Monitoring, and Optimization
  • AI Best Practices and Ethical Considerations

Overall, this event about operationalizing AI will provide you with a comprehensive understanding of how to integrate AI into your business operations to improve efficiency, reduce costs, and gain a competitive advantage.

To access the content you must be a CMG Member or an event registrant. For members and registrants, sign in here.


10:00 AM ET – A Perspective on AI – Joesph Temple, Coastal Carolina University  Information

10:30 AM ET – The Next Wave of AI – Brons Larson, Ph.D., Dell Technologies Information

11:00 AM ET – AIOps on Cloud –  Praveen Kumar Jeyarajan, AWS Information 

11:30 AM ET – AI in Incident Response: Opportunities and Risks – Emily Arnott, Blameless Information

12:00 PM ET –  (Workshop) Catching Fire: Autonomous Drones to Detect and Track Wildfires  Information 

1:00 PM ET – Generative AI for Enterprises Information

1:30 PM ET – Speakers’ AI Panel with Chat GPT Information


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A Perspective on AI

The session is about AI in the context of an historical perspective of IT. The […]

AIOps on Cloud

AIOps—i.e. artificial intelligence for IT operations—is the application of artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities, such as […]

AI in Incident Response: Opportunities and Risks

Large Language Models provide an unprecedentedly powerful "sidekick" in resolving incidents. Our talk opens by […]

Catching Fire: Autonomous Drones to Detect and Track Wildfires

Can drones help prevent natural disasters? Wildfires have become highly destructive in the recent years, […]

Generative AI for Enterprises

There is a growing demand for generative AI and related applications that allow enterprises to […]

Operationalizing AI Panel Discussion

Operationalizing AI involves the practical implementation of AI technologies in real-world business operations. This panel […]

The Next Wave of AI

AI has advanced in three waves: (1) Handcrafted knowledge, (2) Statistical learning, and (3) Contextual […]

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