What can Michael Chui teach you about AI?


Are you still learning about artificial intelligence (AI) and researching how it can be applied to your business scenarios?

In a recent Harvard Business Review webinar, Editor of Special Projects & Research at HBR, Angelia Herrin, had an opportunity to discuss the value of AI to organizations with both Michael Chui and Brian McCarthy of McKinsey. Their discussion covered best practices for successful AI deployments and predictions about the future of AI.

Now, Michael is joining Angelia along with SAS and Intel on the road, to share how AI could boost your top and bottom line.

When it comes to AI, you need to move along the maturity curve. It’s hard to take shortcuts and leapfrog straight to AI unless you have technical expertise and data-driven processes.

Michael Chui, McKinsey Partner

Executive survey reveals how businesses succeed with AI

Through a study of AI that included a survey of over 3,000 executives and case studies across 14 sectors worldwide, Michael and the research team identified 10 key insights CEOs need to know before embarking on a successful AI journey. He’ll be sharing those results – and more – with you on the road.

You’ll have the opportunity to hear the latest research, including :

  • The crucial role of C-level buy-in.
  • The need for experimentation and investment.
  • The use of partnerships for capability and scale.
  • The technical experience and data-driven mindset required for change.


Putting artificial intelligence to work

Make plans now to catch Chui, Herrin and executives from SAS in a city near you. The events last three hours and includes a cocktail reception, dinner and round table talk on how to move forward with AI and analytics.

Watch the video below with Chui for a sneak peak of what you'll hear at the events and follow along using the hashtag #PutAItoWork.


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Kristine Vick

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Kristine is an energetic, innovative, results focused marketing practitioner. She strives to share great analytical stories and successes. Kristine helps others see the big picture while taking care of details and thinking of creative ways to get more done!

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