Why do only 10% of companies succeed with AI? On Me, Myself, and AI, you’ll meet the people who are achieving big wins with AI. Me, Myself, and AI is a collaborative podcast from MIT Sloan Management Review and Boston Consulting Group and is hosted by Sam Ransbotham and Shervin Khodabandeh. We chose a couple of interesting cases where a big company uses AI in order to achieve better performance.
Naba talks about how she and her team use AI and machine learning to increase the safety of the guests and hosts who use Airbnb’s platform.
The semiconductor manufacturer’s social scientists are helping technicians learn how artificial intelligence can enhance – not take over – complex assembly work.
On this episode of the podcast, Hina Dixit (venture capitalist & software engineering leader) shares the criteria she considers when making investments in new entrepreneurial ventures.
Shelia shares how using AI and ML to automate routine insurance claims frees up staff members to spend more time serving customers and processing more complex claims.
Dave Thau, data and technology lead scientist at WWF, shares myriad examples of how technologies such as AI and Machine Learning are helping our planet.
Anders Butzbach Christensen, head of data engineering of the Lego group, shares how he is leading Lego’s digital transformation with a specific focus on designing and building data products.
An emergency physician (Ziad Obermeyer) turned researcher shares how two companies he founded are democratizing access to key health care data for machine learning applications.
The software company executive shares what’s most exciting to him about embedding artificial intelligence in new products.
The founding director of the Notre Dame-IBM Technology Ethics Lab – Elizabeth Renieris, shares her views on corporate data governance.
How does PayPal use AI in order to create a better customer experience? Khatereh Khodavirdi from PayPal knows exactly how to answer this question.
Douglas Hamilton from Nasdaq explains how the global financial services and technology company uses AI to predict high volatility indexes.
Nitzan shares examples of the AI tools eBay is building, such as a 3D visualization tool for sellers to create their own models, and intent detection tools to enhance customer service.