Are you planning to deploy AI tools in your organization to drive up value for your customers, but not sure where to begin?
The Conference Board of Canada’s design thinking workshop on creating value through AI adoption can help. You’ll learn about tools and methods to help you identify existing corporate data assets, create return-on-investment scenarios, analyze the impacts of AI tools on your stakeholders, and make appropriate decisions.
This online workshop is scheduled for Tuesdays and Thursdays from March 2 to 18, 2021. Ramy Nassar will lead you through a program based on interactive workshops he has delivered at some of the largest global companies.
Design thinking offers a repeatable, scalable methodology to ensure that products, services, and platforms create meaningful value for end users. This workshop introduces design thinking through the lens of AI and machine learning to teach frameworks, tools, and best practices for creating more impactful AI-driven solutions. Sessions will employ a balanced approach of presentations, discussions, and practical applications.
This workshop is broken into three distinct topics, each building on previous knowledge to help your team’s mindset evolve while empowering them with a range of tools and methods.
Ramy is the founder of 1000 Days Out and author of the upcoming AI Product Design Handbook. As the former Managing Director of Design & Strategy for Architech and Head of Innovation for Mattel, he has led diverse teams in the creation of disruptive new digital products, services, and platforms.
With a background in computer engineering and design thinking, Ramy has straddled technical, design, and business-oriented roles for clients that include Cadillac Fairview, Apple, Air Canada, Facebook, New Balance, Rogers and CIBC.
Managing Partner, 1000 Days Out
Ramy teaches design thinking at McMaster University and in the Master’s of Engineering, Innovation & Entrepreneurship program at Ryerson University. He is a regular speaker at international events including the World Usability Congress, IxDA, FITC, AI Everything, Machine Learning Exchange, AI Business Summit, and World Mobile Congress.
This workshop is scheduled on Tuesdays and Thursdays from March 2 to 18, 2021, for a total of six sessions. Each session is three hours long, including a half-hour lunch break, and will take place from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
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