How AI-powered search is boosting efficiency for the digital workplace

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Lucidworks

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Your employees have a full spectrum of content and data both sourced within and external to the enterprise. It can be an overwhelming amount of information, easy to get lost in. And that can slow down the process of making profitable business decisions. AI-powered smart search is the key to harnessing that data. Machine learning can connect employees to the info they need right when they need it, eliminate unproductive, dead-end hunts by surfacing more valuable, more relevant data, and let employees and teams in every department combine those new capabilities into real-world, high-value solutions for complex problems of every size. With data eating the world, search will surround everything we do. User needs and expectations are evolving fast, so enterprise search technologies need to keep pace and stay robust. Join this VB Live event to learn how machine learning and search combine to complement traditional workflows and boost efficient data discovery and insight, what operationalized AI means, and how it applies to search and machine learning, and more. You'll learn: * What operationalized AI means * How search and machine learning align to drive efficiency and Opex (operational expenditure) savings * How search and machine learning can create revenue opportunities * Success factors for operationalized AI and top lessons learned Speakers: * Simon Taylor, Vice President Worldwide Channels & Alliances, Lucidworks * JP Sherman, Enterprise Search & Findability Expert, Red Hat * Richard Isaac, CEO, RealDecoy

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