Scheduled for April 30, 2019, 1 pm to 2:00 pm EDT
There are many ways in which AI is being applied – from chatbots, image recognition, autonomous vehicles, speech and text applications, and many more. Despite all these different applications, Cognilytica has observed that there are only seven different patterns in which AI is being implemented. AI Projects generally use one or more of these patterns to accomplish their objectives.
In this webinar, Cognilytica analysts Kathleen Walch and Ronald Schmelzer will explain the seven patterns, and how they relate to successful implementation of AI projects. The patterns explained are Hypersonalization, Autonomous Systems, Predictive Analytics & Decision Support, Conversational / Human Interaction, Patterns & Anomalies, Recognition, and Goal-Driven Systems. All AI projects or implementation utilize one or more of these patterns as part of the solution. Each pattern is implemented with its own machine learning / cognitive process. We’ll explain how to identify which patterns are being used in a project, and how to utilize emerging methodologies to implement those patterns with the greatest degree of success.
In this webinar we’ll go over what each pattern is, questions your organization needs to answer to make sure you’re correctly using the pattern, and provide example use cases for how these patterns are implemented at organizations. We’ll also explore emerging AI-centric methodologies such as the Cognilytica Cognitive Technology Process Management Methodology (CCPTMM) and how it relates to implementation of the seven patterns.
In this webinar you’ll learn:
- The seven AI implementation patterns
- The right questions you need to answer before starting an AI project
- How to identity which pattern(s) to use to solve your particular problem
- How methodologies fit into implementation of the seven patterns
Kathleen Walch, BS International Business, Managing Partner and Principal Analyst, Cognilytica
Kathleen is a principal analyst, managing partner, and founder of Cognilytica, an AI research and advisory firm, and co-host of the popular AI Today podcast. She is a serial entrepreneur, savvy marketer, AI and Machine Learning expert, and tech industry connector. Kathleen spent many years as the Content and Innovation Director for TechBreakfast, the largest monthly morning tech meetup in the nation with over 50,000 members and 3000+ attendees at the monthly events across the US. In addition, she is a SXSW Innovation Awards Judge and AI / Hardware Meetup organizer. As a master facilitator and connector, who is well connected in the technology industry, Kathleen regularly meets with innovators in key markets and gets the opportunity to see the latest and newest technologies from game changing companies.
Ron Schmelzer, BS Computer Science & Electrical Engineering MIT and MBA Johns Hopkins University, Managing Partner and Principal Analyst, Cognilytica
Ron is principal analyst, managing partner, and founder of the Artificial Intelligence-focused analyst and advisory firm Cognilytica, and is also the host of the AI Today podcast, SXSW Innovation Awards Judge, founder and operator of TechBreakfast demo format events, and an expert in AI, Machine Learning, Enterprise Architecture, venture capital, startup and entrepreneurial ecosystems, and more. Prior to founding Cognilytica, Ron founded and ran ZapThink, an industry analyst firm focused on Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA), Cloud Computing, Web Services, XML, & Enterprise Architecture, which was acquired by Dovel Technologies in August 2011.