As artificial intelligence spreads into more industries, InfoSystems, an IBM Platinum Business Partner, is committed to preparing the local business community to utilize the technology in a meaningful way, said officials.
As part of this mission, they are hosting two free virtual workshops on Wednesday and Thursday. While both will focus on artificial intelligence and how the technology is evolving, the two workshops will have slightly different messaging.
“It is important to us that we continue to find ways to invest in the business community,” said Keith Hales, chief operating officer at InfoSystems and event host. “Even in the face of very real health and economic challenges, businesses still must find ways to improve, innovate, and ultimately make enough profit to keep the doors open.”
The first workshop will take place from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. on Wednesday. It will provide foundational knowledge about artificial intelligence, a technology that has the power to help companies quickly gain competitive insights. During this virtual workshop, participants will learn steps they can take to get their existing technology ready for AI projects in the future.
LinkedIn event link: https://www.linkedin.com/events/6669583402284408832/
Eventbrite event link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/106093961896
The second workshop will take place from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. on Thursday. It will elaborate on artificial intelligence by teaching ways in which businesses can effectively store, manage, and secure their data. Participants will learn actionable solutions that can be deployed to protect their company’s data, as well as how to prepare to use that data with AI applications and other new technologies.
LinkedIn event link: https://www.linkedin.com/events/6669594794299277312/
Eventbrite event link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/106104379054
“There are very few instances in history in which a new technology will create the type of disruption that artificial intelligence is going to,” said Josh Davis, vice president of Marketing at InfoSystems. “We feel it's important for businesses in our community to have the information they need to get prepared for this.”
“While these workshops include technical topics, they are really a how-to guide intended to help businesses considering these technologies,” said Mr. Hales. “Our job is to educate and provide the best technology options available. Ultimately, if we help businesses make better technology decisions, we all win.”