Editorial Team

Following the huge success of their first virtual digital transformation conference that guided businesses on a smooth transition to sustainable digital models last year, Course5 Intelligence is gearing up for their next annual conference Course5 Compass: Scaling the Human-AI Enterpriseon July 13 and 14, 2021, that will explore the growing human-artificial intelligence (AI) partnership within enterprises.

The conference will bring together some of the brightest thinkers and leaders from across the globe to share inspiring ideas and practical recommendations on how to scale AI within organizations, in ways that empower people and drive enterprise-wide gains through delighting customers, building better products& services, creating new business models, and generating other efficiencies.

The virtual event will have two parallel tracks – an Industry track that will explore how AI acts as a force multiplier at an industry level and a Domain track that will explore how specific applications of AI are fast expanding our current capabilities in Marketing, Sales, Insights, Customer Experience, Digital, eCommerce and other areas of business. Sessions at the event will focus on wide-ranging topics from real-world applications of quantum computing in enterprises, cognitive neuroscience in interpreting consumer decisions, augmented analytics, AI networks, ethics in AI, and augmenting human creativity to AI-driven possibilities specific to industries and business functions.

Notable speakers at the conference include Colleen Wortham (Albertsons Companies), TarunKataria (MARS), Derek Gominger (Lenovo), Abdul Raheem (Mondelez International), Dr. Edward Fox (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, ClaimEdge), Hetal Patel (iHeartMedia), and Kalindi Mehta (Colgate-Palmolive) among many others who will bring unparalleled industry knowledge and real-life experiences on the subject.

Speaking on the upcoming Compass conference, Ashwin Mittal, CEO ofCourse5 Intelligence said, “AI is beginning to dramatically change how people and business organizations work. It’s beginning to augment human capabilities in ways that will soon make it impossible to imagine pre-AI ways of working. Yet, while there is a general understanding of the potential benefits of AI, there’s also a certain resistance and hesitation that comes along with any great change – how will it affect people and jobs, what does it mean for business?Our endeavour in this eventis to provide a very realistic view of AI in terms of what these technologies can and cannot do for us today, and how approaching AI in a pragmatic manner can benefit employees, customers, and the business all at once. In order to facilitate this, we have put together some the world’s foremost thinkers and practitioners across industry and academia.”

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