Webinar:

How Automation and AI can boost Collaborative Work

Put AI to work in your organization as a virtual team member

Artificial Intelligence seems to be everywhere these days, from automating customer service for retailers to facilitating drug discovery for pharmaceutical companies.

Today, assistive technologies powered by AI are prevalent in many people’s lives, integrated into items such as smart bulbs, thermostats, televisions, and music systems, these AI “agents” help people expedite frequent tasks with simple voice commands, acting as a personal assistant.

As these technologies permeate day-to-day living, they create new, enhanced experiences that people also want in their workplaces. AI agents in businesses can keep track of schedules, send reminders of to-do items, provide information via voice command, and much more.

The near future for many AI implementations lies within the business context. The vision is an environment where people and businesses have adapted to automation and AI agent. It is critical that organizations identify scenarios where such assistive agents could complement human efforts and become team players, enabling employees to use their time and creativity for more novel, advanced topics.

How can organizations help employees optimize their use of technology and can Automation and AI boost employees collaborative work?

Date

Tuesday, September 24th

Time

11 am CEST | 10 am BST

Location

Online (webinar)

Duration

45 min plus Q&A

Meet our speaker

  • Somnath Chakravarty

    Product Manager for Planview Projectplace

  • Jeff Ellerbee

    Solution Marketing Manager, Planview

    Jeff handles product marketing for Planviews’ Troux product line. Jeff has helped customers be successful with Troux in the US and UK for 14 years.

  • Jeff Ellerbee

    Solution Marketing Manager, Planview

    Jeff handles product marketing for Planviews’ Troux product line. Jeff has helped customers be successful with Troux in the US and UK for 14 years.

  • Jeff Ellerbee

    Solution Marketing Manager, Planview

    Jeff handles product marketing for Planviews’ Troux product line. Jeff has helped customers be successful with Troux in the US and UK for 14 years.

Artificial Intelligence seems to be everywhere these days, from automating customer service for retailers to facilitating drug discovery for pharmaceutical companies.

Today, assistive technologies powered by AI are prevalent in many people’s lives, integrated into items such as smart bulbs, thermostats, televisions, and music systems, these AI “agents” help people expedite frequent tasks with simple voice commands, acting as a personal assistant.

As these technologies permeate day-to-day living, they create new, enhanced experiences that people also want in their workplaces. AI agents in businesses can keep track of schedules, send reminders of to-do items, provide information via voice command, and much more.

The near future for many AI implementations lies within the business context. The vision is an environment where people and businesses have adapted to automation and AI agent. It is critical that organizations identify scenarios where such assistive agents could complement human efforts and become team players, enabling employees to use their time and creativity for more novel, advanced topics.

How can organizations help employees optimize their use of technology and can Automation and AI boost employees collaborative work?

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