GAIn® – The Global Artificial Intelligence network
The art of data management at scale
Data management is one of the biggest barriers for enterprises to create impact with AI. Simply put, it means that companies often struggle to stay in control of and get value out of their data. In this episode of the AI Change Makers podcast, we talk to Piethein Strengholt, who currently works as a cloud solution architect at Microsoft, about what these typical data management challenges look like and how you can go about solving them.
Start building your AI business strategy
That AI is here, and here to stay is generally known and agreed upon, but how your organization can capture the opportunities of AI and in what way this requires a different type of strategy, remains a challenge for many leaders.
Building global data analytics competencies at Aegon
Aegon started building its data analytics capabilities back in 2013, when they set up the Aegon Analytical Academy together with the training school of MIcompany, now called GAIn. Today, 8 years after its launch, the academy is still running and has upskilled more than 80 employees in AI & data across the company in 11 countries.
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Allard de Boer, Head of Global Analytics at eBay Classifieds Group, talks about the many areas where eBay uses data and AI to improve their platform, how the role of human creativity and problem solving remains critical in the process, and how this sparked an inhouse training program to raise the bar across the whole organization on using data.
For companies who are seeking to offer the GAIn® training badges and certifications towards their employees as a GAIn® Company Partner.
For training organizations who are seeking to offer the GAIn® training badges and certifications towards their customers under accreditation as a GAIn® Training Partner.
For trainers who want to get accredited as a trainer for (part) of the GAIn® badges or programs and deliver the GAIn® training on behalf of the GAIn® partners.