Kavita Ganesan is the founder of Opinosis Analytics and an AI strategist, educator, and consultant. The author of A Business Case for AI, Kavita educates and advises businesses of all sizes, from Fortune 500 to small businesses, on better ways to utilize artificial intelligence in their work.
Kavita on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kavita-ganesan/
Kavita’s Website: https://kavita-ganesan.com/
Opinosis Analytics: https://www.opinosis-analytics.com/
Book: A Business Case for AI by Kavita Ganesan: https://kavita-ganesan.com/the-business-case-for-ai/
One Shot Learning: https://bdtechtalks.com/2020/08/12/what-is-one-shot-learning/
Turing Test: https://www.techtarget.com/searchenterpriseai/definition/Turing-test
The Good Place: The Trolley Problem: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DtRhrfhP5b4
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(10:13) – Is it reasonable to fear that AI will automate out people’s jobs?
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(15:08) – What mistakes do companies make when implementing AI?
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(21:55) – How difficult is it to implement AI into a workflow?
(25:36) – Do you see AI systems being used for external or internal use?
(26:21) – Who do you see owning AI decisions?
(27:28) – What are the costs of creating an AI system for a company?
(29:45) – How did you get into the AI space?
(32:13) – What’s being built today that we will see in the next 15 years?
(36:34) – How do you feel about machines becoming as intelligent as humans?
(38:37) – How do you see companies dealing with the ethical challenges of AI?
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