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Wednesday Webinar: How Real is the Impact of Artificial Intelligence for the Information Professional? Findings from the 2018 Business Information
January 15 @ 1:00 pm - January 23 @ 2:00 pm
The business information survey is the world’s longest-running survey of business information professionals.
The survey is based on primary interviews with senior information professionals working in a variety of industry and business environments, including banking, finance, legal, education, manufacturing and 3rd sector.
A key theme in the 2018 survey was the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on organisations, their information teams, and the services and resources they provide. It is clear that AI is already a hot topic and survey participants talked about AI projects, ranging from pilot to fully-implemented, and issues, both positive and negative that they have experienced, or see in the future as AI moves forward.
This webinar will dive into those real examples and highlight the key takeaways from the 2018 business information survey.
About the Speaker: Denise Carter is Managing Director of DCision Consult, providing quality desk research supporting the competitive intelligence activities of pharmaceutical and biotech companies worldwide. Denise has learnt that you can only deliver excellent results in intelligence and information work if you are sure you are answering the right question. She has 30 years of experience in getting to the root of the question and making sure corresponding results truly deliver for customers.
Before setting up DCision Consult, Denise worked for 17 years in a variety of information roles, latterly in the Global Business Intelligence department of Merck Serono, a global bio-pharmaceutical company based in Switzerland. She built and led a team: Knowledge Analytics, delivering high-quality competitive landscapes, epidemiology, and other relevant data sets, that supported the commercial activities of the business. Denise is also very active in her professional community of Information Professionals, and has published on different information topics including, increasing the value from secondary data resources, and customer service.