Bringing Artificial Intelligence to the Enterprise
How Real Businesses are Driving Real Results from Artificial Intelligence
Date: This event took place live on October 31 2017
Presented by: Chad Meley
Duration: Approximately 60 minutes.
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AI is already ubiquitous in daily life, performing many small tasks that we now take for granted, from helping tag our friends in photos to helping us remember to get milk when we're ordering groceries online.
It's increasingly becoming more ingrained in the business world as well. In fact, early enterprise AI adopters are demonstrating these early high-impact business outcomes in narrow, well-defined use cases. Most organizations are still trying to understand where best to apply AI and concerned with the feasibility of taking on an AI initiative.
Join this O'Reilly webcast for a discussion of the current state of AI within large enterprises, and a look at the trends that will shape their future architectures. You will learn:
About Chad Meley, Vice President of Product Marketing at Teradata
Chad understands trends in the analytics and big data space, and leads a team of technology specialists who interpret the needs and expectations of customers while also working with Teradata Labs engineers, consulting teams and technology partners.
Prior to joining Teradata, he led Electronic Arts' Data Platform organization that supported Game Development, Finance and Marketing. Chad has held a variety of other leadership roles centered around data and analytics while at Dell and FedEx.
Chad holds a BA in economics from The University of Texas, an MBA from Texas Tech University, and performed post graduate work at The University of Texas.
Professional awards include Best Practice Award for Driving Business Results in Data Warehousing from The Data Warehouse Institute, Marketing Excellence Award from the Direct Marketing Association, and Marketing Gold Award from Marketing Sherpa. He is a regular speaker at conferences, including Strata, DataWorks, and Teradata Partners.