Using AI to scale your business smarter not harder
Our webinar series focused on AI was designed to provide insights into the use cases and benefits of cognitive solutions.
In partnership with Filament, IBM, and Ignition Technologies we looked at ways to implement real-world AI projects and uncover true benefits from business data.
Below you can revisit our webinar recordings and catch up on missed content…
1 – An Introduction to AI
During the 21st May webinar, we were joined by Andy Feltham of Filament (experts in applied AI and Machine Learning) who provided an introduction to AI and explained ways to analyse data in order to achieve your business goals.
2 – Getting Started with AI-Optimised Architecture
Our 6th June webinar featured Chris Parsons, AI Technical Lead at IBM. Chris explained the benefits of running AI projects on the most appropriate underlying architecture; how to identify use cases, and common barriers to AI project adoption.
3 – Why Storage Matters for Successful AI Projects
On 19th June, we welcomed Matt Fordham, Storage Technical Manager at IBM. Matt discussed the importance of the underlying storage, preparing & classifying data for AI projects, and how to protect data once in storage.
4 – Challenges & Opportunities of AI-Driven Threat Protection
Paul Risk, CTO of Ignition Technology presented on our final webinar on 2nd July. Paul explained how effective AI technology can be used within security solutions, including endpoints, SIEM, network traffic and within the SOC.
Next Step… Identify & Imagine AI Workshop
CSI’s Cognitive experts can deliver a half-day workshop to help you get started on your AI journey. The free session helps to define your business goals and set realistic objectives for a future AI project.
Contact us today if you are interested in getting an edge on cognitive solutions.
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