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3 steps to discovering where AI can be best introduced to your business
Topics: Data Insights
By Calligo on 11 December 2019
Artificial intelligence and its subset, machine learning, have undoubtedly been the buzzwords of 2019, especially within the business and technology worlds. With hundreds of articles making grandiose claims regarding how AI will transform businesses, many organizations who have already deployed AI within their businesses are struggling to see results, often deeming the projects as failures.
Why is this? More often than not, it’s because the business decided on where to implement AI, instead of discovering where it would have the most beneficial impact within the organization.
Just because a given process is the most painful, labour-intensive or inaccurate, it doesn’t mean that it is the most suitable process in your organization for the introduction of AI.
So, how do you discover where the most profitable and practical use case for AI within your business is? Our Data Insights team believes there are three stages to successfully discovering where AI is most beneficial within your business.
Data ethics is an important starting point for any data-orientated project and has been a popular discussion point in 2019, especially when it comes to AI.
But what does data ethics entail? Here are some of the questions our Data Insights team pose during our projects:
Before searching for where to deploy AI, you need to be sure that your business is even capable of taking advantage of it. This is a multi-faceted requirement, ranging from your business’ technology infrastructure and skills to your data discipline and even your board-level and wider culture. Only once all of these pre-requisites are met can you start investigating where AI can be deployed.
Now that your data insights project will be ethical, appropriate and you can be sure that your business is prepared for both the introduction of the project, and to make best use of the outputs, you can start the search for the best place to implement it.
But how do you find it?