By Todd Anderson. This stand-alone webinar, taking place from 10:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. on March 26, 2024, will host an engaging discussion around the intersection of process improvement and AI/automation and the impacts on productivity, quality and satisfaction. For more information and registration information please visit ProcessAI Webinar.
United Nations (UN) Artificial Intelligence (AI) Advisor Neil Sahota will serve as the keynote speaker. Neil will share his extensive experiences working with Global Fortune 500 companies, the United Nations, and world government leaders to identify, design, implement, and realize the benefit of new products, technologies and services using his proven formula for success, focusing on Problem → Opportunity → Solution. He’ll highlight real examples where AI and a continuous improvement mindset converge to produce positive impacts on workforce development and beyond.
Stephen Yorkstone, founder and chair of Lean in Higher Education, will moderate a panel discussion showcasing how UC San Diego leaders are applying innovative AI solutions in the administrative, academic, research and healthcare arenas. These solutions are not only improving processes but enhancing worker, student, patient and customer productivity, quality, and satisfaction. The panel will offer demonstrations of practical usage of AI across UC San Diego and host a Q&A session to answer your burning questions about process improvement and AI/automation.
We guarantee this webinar will stimulate minds and generate conversations that will carry into Process Palooza 2024!
Topics of discussion will include:
- The intersection of Process Improvement and AI/automation and its impact on the future of day-to-day work.
- How UC San Diego is applying AI in the administrative, academic, research and healthcare processes along with the resulting worker and customer productivity, quality, and satisfaction.
- Demonstrations of practical usage of AI, showcasing innovative methods, tools, and actual outcomes.
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