Artificial Intelligence - Risk & Opportunities for Your Business
With over 30% of businesses having implemented AI in some form over the last four years, understanding how you can integrate new technology into your business is crucial.
The Artificial Intelligence – Risk & Opportunities for your Business short course will introduce you to real-world examples of how AI and Machine Learning is being applied across the business world. From dealing with inherent bias and ‘muddy’ data sets through to whether you can teach a robot to act in an ethical way, this course will prepare you for the AI-centred future.
Throughout the four days, you will learn the skills needed to implement AI within your business in a way that maximise its potential and minimises risk. Once you’ve mastered that, you can ensure that you stay ahead of your competitors and carve out a distinct place for yourself in your particular marketplace.
Discover how you can develop an AI strategy for your business by signing up to our short course today.
Accreditation: BAC-British Accreditation Council & CPD-Continuing Professional Development
Duration: 4 consecutive days
Mode of Study: To be confirmed
Intake Date: July 2021
- Live online £1,250
- On-campus £1,790
(Flexible payment plans and group discounts available)
Using AI to solve real-world problems
Ethics in Machine Learning
Identifying threats and opportunities to businesses in relation to AI
Preparing and building a solid AI strategy
Fundamentals and predictive costs for digitising a business
Who Is the Course For?
AI is becoming more integrated into our daily lives all the time. Business professionals including those working in finance, accountants, auditors, lawyers, recruiters and anyone involved in implementing strategy will benefit from the content of this course by learning to design an effective plan of action for AI. You’ll focus on real examples, particularly in areas that are likely to face disruption such as healthcare, transportation and hotels and recreations.
- Education - Undergraduate degree or equivalent Higher Education qualification, or relevant work experience
- English language - Common European Framework (CEF) Level B2* or equivalent (all teaching and learning materials are provided in English only)
* Please note those with a B1 level of English and relevant proof of further study will be considered.
*This course is planned to run in July 2021. However, it is subject to student demand. For more information, speak to one of our advisors on: +44 (0) 20 3435 4644.