As the general public’s understanding of artificial intelligence (AI) changes, the preceding mass adoption of AI methods by organizations and businesses in both the public and private sector has created a demand for training in artificial intelligence for business professionals; enter AIBIZ. In the past, popular thought treated artificial intelligence (AI) as if it were the domain of science fiction or some far-flung future. However, AI is not just another fantasy, nor a technology or process for a business to merely consider; it is a truly disruptive force, one that promises to deliver an entirely new level of results for all aspects of the business. Even organizations hesitant of adopting AI will eventually feel its impact. If the organization wants to thrive and survive in this paradigm shift, it will need to channel the power of AI.
Despite its promises, AI can seem like a daunting concept for business professionals; because it isn’t just one method, it’s many, and they can each individually be daunting. How can one hope to apply AI toward business performance in a sea of vague buzzwords and hype? That’s why this course was created: to give participants the essential knowledge of AI needed to steer businesses forward; the knowledge of a powerful new set of methods to add to the toolbox.
AIBIZ training is available for Instructor-Led (ILT) in-person/onsite training or Virtual Instructor-Led training (VILT) delivery; Open Enrollment options may be available.
Who Should Attend
This course is primarily designed for managers, business leaders, and other decision makers who are interested in growing the business by leveraging the power of AI. Other individuals who wish to explore basic AI concepts are also candidates for this course. This course is also designed to assist students in preparing for the CertNexus AIBIZ (Exam AIZ-110) credential.
What Attendees will learn
Participants will learn fundamental concepts of AI, common AI implementations, and the pros and cons of the impact AI can have on a organization, as well as business use cases for AI.
To ensure your success in this course, you should have foundational knowledge of business processes and general concepts. You should also have at least a basic understanding of information technology resources and systems, including networks, computers, and other electronic devices used in the enterprise.