Ontology-the buzzword you need to know: "Ontology" is the most important big buzzword that business leaders need to understand today. This book explains what ontologies are-super-taxonomies that capture and organize every piece of information that matters to the business-and why they are the key to making AI truly intelligent. It also teaches how to create an ontology for your organization.
Solid information architecture is the key to successful AI deployment: There's a saying in computer science: "garbage in, garbage out". In the context of this book, this means that your AI initiatives can only succeed if they are fed with right data that is organized in the right way. This crucial step is frequently underestimated and mismanaged by executives, and their poor knowledge management is the main reason why so many AI initiatives fail.
Practical advice to demystify AI: AI is mind-bogglingly complex, but it needn't be mysterious. After reading this book, not only will readers understand the capabilities and limitations of AI, they will also have a clear picture of how to analyze their position, set smart goals, and effectively deploy AI in their organizations.
Powerful case studies: The author draws upon his considerable experience as a consultant to some of the world's largest enterprises, packing the book with an insider's look at how companies like Allstate Insurance, 3M and others have tackled their own AI hurdles.
An urgent problem solved: AI is huge. Really huge. According to pwc.com, analysts predict that AI has the potential to contribute up to $15.7trillion to the global economy by 2030.