As the new decade unfolds, profound changes are occurring in the business world. The AI in Enterprise discussion series is adapting to address the new challenges facing enterprises pursuing artificial intelligence and machine learning solutions. Designed for executives and senior management at enterprise-level companies, these one-hour talks provide insights from leaders in the field into how enterprise firms are thinking critically and strategically about AI/ML integration.
APRIL 2021: "Experimenting with Emerging Technologies in Australia’s Biggest Bank"
with Jesse Arundell (Head of Emerging Technology, Commonwealth Bank)
Wednesday, April 21, 2021
NEW TIME: 4:00pm - 5:00pm EDT
Apply to attend at https://bit.ly/ai-enterprise-arundell
In this session of AI in Enterprise, we will hear from Jesse Arundell to learn how Australia’s largest financial services institution is accelerating its adoption of new and emerging technologies (e.g. AI, RegTech, DLT, 5G, Quantum Computing) through active experimentation with its technology partners, investments in new deep technology start-ups, and the creation of new software and algorithms. He will share what his team does, how they work and what they are currently focused on.
"Different Strategies for Adopting AI in the Enterprise" with Allie Miller (Amazon, AWS)
Upcoming Sessions for 2021
Wednesday, May 12th
Global Artificial Intelligence Lead, PwC
The AI in Enterprise Series
Karim R. Lakhani is the founder and co-director of the Laboratory for Innovation Science at Harvard, the principal investigator of the NASA Tournament Laboratory at the Harvard Institute for Quantitative Social Science, and the faculty co-founder of the Harvard Business School Digital Initiative. He specializes in technology management and innovation. His research examines crowd-based innovation models and the digital transformation of companies and industries.
Jin H. Paik is the program director and senior researcher at the Laboratory for Innovation Science at Harvard (LISH). He has worked extensively on programs focused on data science, development and use of artificial intelligence, digital transformation in organizations, and the future of work. He is an advisor to the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine’s Committee on the Use of Inducement Prizes. He also oversees the development of open innovation projects at LISH through partnerships with the National Aeronautics and Space Agency (NASA), Harvard Medical School, federal government agencies, academic and research institutions, and industry leaders.
Doug Levin is XIR at the Laboratory for Innovation Sciences at Harvard and best known as the sole founder and first CEO of Black Duck Software. He is an advisor to an array of young companies in the cybersecurity and AI/machine learning segments, including Accuknox, Nirmata, StormForge, Prescient Devices, Stynt, Tolemi and Wabbi. He serves as a board director for DJ MicroLaminates, FiVerity and ReversingLabs. Levin is a frequent guest lecturer at the MIT Sloan School of Management and Harvard Business School where he speaks on a range of topics, including finance, technology and markets, and entrepreneurship. Levin received his bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, earned an advanced degree in International Economics from the College d’Europe in Bruges, Belgium and a Clean Technology fellowship.