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1. Lesson learned, The value of using artificial intelligence
  • Business leaders at every level see the value of using artificial intelligence but using AI well is where the true value lies. According to a Deloitte survey released last summer, 61% of companies expect AI to transform their industry over the next three years.
2. Lesson learned, Decisive factors for getting the most out of AI
  • Companies with effective leaders, a high level of commitment to AI projects, and a clear AI vision and strategy are positioned to benefit the most, according to a McKinsey survey released last November.
3. Lesson learned, Focus on business transformation
  • Today, the story General Electric is more about using AI as part of a transformation of the business itself.
4. Lesson learned, Know the limits of AI
  • If an AI system trained on a specific problem is then applied to a slightly different problem, the results may be suboptimal — or even dangerous.
5. Lesson learned, Listen to stakeholders — and customers
  • For some companies, ensuring AI systems produce useful results requires help beyond the core AI team. 
6. Lesson learned, No more proofs of concept
  • When the technology was brand new, proofs of concept (POCs) made sense. Today, however, there’s less of a need to start your AI journey with experiments, says JJ López Murphy, data and AI technology director at Globant.
7. Lesson learned, Mixed teams
  • “The No. 1 habit of successful companies is using well-mixed teams,” Gartner analyst Whit Andrews says. 
8. Lesson learned, Embrace domain expertise
  • Relying solely on data scientists to surface insights from data is a big mistake, says Halim Abbas, chief AI officer at Cognoa.
9. Lesson learned, Realize the value of real-world testing
  • No battle plan survives contact with the enemy — and no AI system survives contact with the real world. If your company isn’t prepared for this fact, your AI project is doomed before it starts. 
10. Lesson learned, Have a higher purpose
  • As companies compete for scarce AI talent, having meaningful projects can make a big difference. 


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1. Lesson learned, The value of using artificial intelligence
  • Business leaders at every level see the value of using artificial intelligence but using AI well is where the true value lies. According to a Deloitte survey released last summer, 61% of companies expect AI to transform their industry over the next three years.
2. Lesson learned, Decisive factors for getting the most out of AI
  • Companies with effective leaders, a high level of commitment to AI projects, and a clear AI vision and strategy are positioned to benefit the most, according to a McKinsey survey released last November.
3. Lesson learned, Focus on business transformation
  • Today, the story General Electric is more about using AI as part of a transformation of the business itself.
4. Lesson learned, Know the limits of AI
  • If an AI system trained on a specific problem is then applied to a slightly different problem, the results may be suboptimal — or even dangerous.
5. Lesson learned, Listen to stakeholders — and customers
  • For some companies, ensuring AI systems produce useful results requires help beyond the core AI team. 
6. Lesson learned, No more proofs of concept
  • When the technology was brand new, proofs of concept (POCs) made sense. Today, however, there’s less of a need to start your AI journey with experiments, says JJ López Murphy, data and AI technology director at Globant.
7. Lesson learned, Mixed teams
  • “The No. 1 habit of successful companies is using well-mixed teams,” Gartner analyst Whit Andrews says. 
8. Lesson learned, Embrace domain expertise
  • Relying solely on data scientists to surface insights from data is a big mistake, says Halim Abbas, chief AI officer at Cognoa.
9. Lesson learned, Realize the value of real-world testing
  • No battle plan survives contact with the enemy — and no AI system survives contact with the real world. If your company isn’t prepared for this fact, your AI project is doomed before it starts. 
10. Lesson learned, Have a higher purpose
  • As companies compete for scarce AI talent, having meaningful projects can make a big difference. 

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