What do association decision-makers need to understand about AI today and going forward?

6/13/2017 2:35:44 PM,
Jeff De Cagna replied:
The most important thing for association decision-makers to understand is that while there is considerable hype circulating about artificial intelligence (AI), it is a technology platform that really doesn't need hype. AI is changing the future landscape in virtually every field of human endeavor and, as it becomes more powerful over the next 60+ months, AI's disruptive impact will grow.

In this context, association decision-makers should think of AI as both a substantial threat to the current state of the professions and industries they serve, and a huge opportunity to imagine a more compelling future for existing and emerging stakeholders alike. Association boards, chief staff executives and other decision-makers need to learn with the future to identify the best approaches for addressing both sides of the challenge that AI creates.
 
Please register for the Foresight First Briefing, Artificial Intelligence: What Association Decision-Makers Need to Know, to be held on Tuesday, June 27 at 2 pm EDT. Please use promo code AI2017 when you sign up.

What do association decision-makers need to understand about AI today and going forward?

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is mentioned everywhere. Curious on the implications for Association executives, decision-makers, and other stakeholders. #assnchat #associations 
6/13/2017 2:35:44 PM,
Jeff De Cagna replied:
The most important thing for association decision-makers to understand is that while there is considerable hype circulating about artificial intelligence (AI), it is a technology platform that really doesn't need hype. AI is changing the future landscape in virtually every field of human endeavor and, as it becomes more powerful over the next 60+ months, AI's disruptive impact will grow.

In this context, association decision-makers should think of AI as both a substantial threat to the current state of the professions and industries they serve, and a huge opportunity to imagine a more compelling future for existing and emerging stakeholders alike. Association boards, chief staff executives and other decision-makers need to learn with the future to identify the best approaches for addressing both sides of the challenge that AI creates.
 
Please register for the Foresight First Briefing, Artificial Intelligence: What Association Decision-Makers Need to Know, to be held on Tuesday, June 27 at 2 pm EDT. Please use promo code AI2017 when you sign up.