Take the Next Step: A Practical Approach to AI for Businesses
Opening Remarks: 8:30 a.m. PT
Presentation: 8:40 a.m. - 8:55 a.m. PT
Panel Discussion: 8:55 a.m. - 9:35 a.m. PT
Discussion: 9:35 a.m. - 9:55 a.m. PT
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Ignite your AI journey with KPMG’s AI Discovery Session, exploring the fascinating possibilities of generative AI, whether it be increasing productivity, streamlining costs, or enhancing the customer experience. Our KPMG Ignition facilitators will guide you through the strategic considerations and help you craft an actionable implementation plan.
The rapidly changing world of Artificial Intelligence (AI) has put us all on a road with seemingly no arrows or stop signs but is fast moving and full of endless wonder and possibilities.
Listed as one of the top ten technology trends for 2023 by Forbes, AI has seen unprecedented growth and development in the last few months and will continue to do so at an accelerating pace. With the power to automate tasks, improve customer experience and optimize content, AI is transforming the way the world works, leaving businesses wondering what’s next.
Join the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade for this breakfast event which will take a practical approach to AI for businesses with a focus on:
- Applications that can help a business unlock growth and create efficiencies
- Potential risks and mitigation strategies
- Choosing the right applications for your business
- First steps for a business looking to integrate AI into their operations.
B.C. Innovation Commissioner
Province of British Columbia
President and CEO
Greater Vancouver Board of Trade
Aya Ladki, Creative Technologist, KPMG Ignition Vancouver
Dr. Sylvain Moreno, Assoc. Prof, School of Interactive Arts and Technology, Special Advisor to the Vice-President Research and International, Simon Fraser University
David Seymour, Vice President and General Manager, Microsoft Vancouver
Moderator: Marc Low, Leader, KPMG Ignition Vancouver