[DIA Europe 2023] Demystifying AI and ML For Non-technical Stakeholders

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Michael Meighu, CGI; Cedric Berger, F. Hoffmann-La Roche

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As a non technical stakeholder, ever felt giddy with the Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning domain, lingo, terminology, applications etc.? This session provides an overview of "must knows" using everyday human language, examples, as well as provide hands on use case examples for lesson learnt discussions. This session will broadly outline various AI and Machine Learning approaches, and importantly as a business stakeholder, what are the touch points, and what a project “looks like” (that is how an AI project should be managed). It also has a short hands on session, using Deep Learning as a method to highlight what a data pipeline can look like, and “do’s and don’ts”. Workshop Outline: • Intro to AL and ML – why? What is the value? • AL and ML fundamentals, what non technical stakeholders should know. Reframing AI and ML in everyday human language. • What is Deep Leaning? A non technical stakeholder “need to know” overview. • Use Cases • What’s involved in an ML project, touchpoints for non-technical stakeholders. • What can go wrong in a ML project, typical problems Live example using real data • Q&A and discussion

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