The term "Artificial Intelligence" or AI, became more widely known in the business world in 2022. However, since its inception in the early 2000s, AI has not only advanced technically, but it has also become more accessible to non-tech users. Today, firms are striving to put AI technology in the hands of business people.
In this live session, Shane Mathew will quickly recap how AI models are created, how they are currently implemented, and how they are made available to non-business users.
Shane will share insights on the latest AI trends and technologies that are shaping the business world today- including some the potential pitfalls- as he explains some of the types of tools that businesses have already begun to implement into their internal processes.
Additionally, participants will gain a deeper understanding of the potential benefits of AI within their resilience programs. Shane will outline specific AI technologies that are now available, and that can help address some common resilience program processes, including those that can assist with:
● Data set analysis
● Creating exercise settings and graphics
● Creating training that is specific to each business unit
● Creating effective executive briefings
We'll discuss if your present processes have AI potential and whether AI tools will meet your demands!
PS. This abstract was made with the help of AI, and we will discuss how you can use it to your advantage as well!
About our Speaker:
Shane Mathew, MPH, CBCP, CSM serves as the founder and managing partner at Stone Risk Consulting. Over his career, Shane has served in various leadership roles in Crisis Management, Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery.
Most recently, Shane was responsible for the creation and management of organizational resilience efforts for Zoom Video Communications.
Shane is a Certified Business Continuity Professional (CBCP) and enjoys working with organizations that are starting their journey towards resiliency and want to make creative & cost-effective impacts that reduce risk.