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AI for Managers

Biznesowy potencjał sztucznej inteligencji

About

The "Artificial Intelligence for managers" initiative, organized by the Digital Poland Foundation, has the form of a training cycle. The training, conducted twice a year, is intended for people holding managerial positions in medium and large enterprises, excluding IT and consulting companies.

Participation in this series allows students to:

  • „Get to know” AI - AI - understand the key concepts, ideas and concepts related to AI

  • Learn about the business potential of AI - today's opportunities, applications and requirements for AI implementations, limitations and risks associated with the use of AI in enterprises,

· Gaining practical knowledge of AI - relevant from the perspective of the ongoing business transformation and future professional work in managerial positions.

The training series is divided into 8 modules:

  • What is AI and how will it impact my business?

  • Data as the foundation of AI

  • Characteristics and applications of Machine Learning and Deep Learning

  • From RPA to intelligent robotization of business processes

  • AI in natural language and image processing

  • Practical aspects of implementing AI in a company

  • The future of AI and the future of companies and their customers in the AI world

  • Full day practical workshop: Introducing AI / RPA to my company.

Three editions of the academy have already been held. Currently, the foundation is organizing the fourth edition of this event. Below we present opinions of several participants of the previous editions of the training series:

  • Stanisław Szczurek, AXA: A very interesting element of the conducted training was the presentation of organizational aspects of introducing AI in a corporation (governance, roles, level of ambition of companies, etc.).

  • Małgorzata Musiaka, Elektrownia Pątnów: I value the training for the power of information and knowledge given in an extremely interesting form through brilliant and unusual presentations, engaging exercises and mobilizing to thinking group work.

  • Ewa Wiejas-Lipiecka, Stroer: The training was conducted in an interactive manner, engaging participants and building solutions on specific cases.

  • Adam Staniaszek, Polfa Warszawa: The most interesting part of the training was the presentation of examples of "real life" use of AI. The main result of the training was for me to understand the issue of AI, what it brings, what benefits it brings to the company, how it can automate processes.

  • Rafał Zarzycki, Media Impact: The great advantage of the training is that the presenters are practitioners, i.e. they have personal experience in creating (programming) AI solutions and in cooperation with the so-called business in the implementation of AI in organizations / companies. Participants of the training can therefore learn first-hand how the theory of AI relates to practice, what is really important and determines the success of the use of AI, what mistakes to avoid, etc. Moreover, the training was conducted in a direct, interactive manner, not in the form of an "ex catedra" lecture, and therefore engaging.

  • Jacek Jaworski, UPC: I appreciate the training conducted by well-prepared lecturers. In addition, definitely on the plus side layout: practical sessions preceded by theoretical introduction, balanced division between examples and theory.

  • Mariusz Grzesiuk, Ringier Axel Springer Polska: What I liked about the training was that it showed the current state of AI development and its prospects in the context of real opportunities and applications, without unnecessary futurology and uncritical disregard for technological and business considerations.

  • Robert Kruk, Polpharma: I appreciate the training for the huge number of implementation examples, comprehensive approach to the topic and maintaining high dynamics and engagement of participants throughout the class.

The training cycle is 24 hours long and takes the form of two weekend sessions (Saturday-Sunday).

For the fourth edition, these are the following days:

- 1st meeting: June 5-6, 2021;

- 2nd meeting: June 19-20, 2021.

The training takes place in the office of Digital Poland Foundation, on the 35th floor of the "Warsaw Spire" building, Plac Europejski 1, 00-844, Warsaw or in an online version (in case it is not possible due to sanitary reasons)

The training will be conducted by Andrzej Sobczak, PhD, Professor of Warsaw School of Economics and Marek Sowa, responsible for the development of AI and Intelligence Process Automation in Capgemini. Such a selection of speakers allows to combine systematic knowledge and practice.

If you are interested, please contact us by e-mail at - education in the domain digitalpoland.org - we will provide a detailed program and answer all your questions related to this undertaking.

Initiative leader

Piotr Mieczkowski

"Sztuczna inteligencja zmieni świat tak jak niegdyś elektryczność. Zachęcamy do zaktualizowania swojej wiedzy i dowiedzenia się jak ją lepiej wykorzystać w procesach i produktów biznesowych, by czerpać z niej maksymalne korzyści."