Artificial intelligence and business is going mainstream. As cloud capacity increases and access to it gets cheaper, AI is no longer something only supercomputers can do – and CIOs are seeking ways to capitalise on this still-fledgling trend to achieve better results across their businesses. But there is a lot of white noise and hype about AI and its sibling technologies, machine learning and computer vision, and what they can do to benefit the bottom line.
The Financial Times, in partnership with Rackspace, is delighted to facilitate this high-level and confidential roundtable dinner discussion on artificial intelligence in the enterprise for Chief Information Officers from a range of industry sectors. We will look from the point of view of the CIO at the growing impact of AI on business models and operations, and how these technologies can be deployed to improve productivity, reduce costs and better engage consumers.