The Analytics Academy: Bridging the gap between human and artificial intelligence. McKinsey Quarterly, September 2019 Inbox

The Analytics Academy: Bridging the gap between human and artificial intelligence. McKinsey Quarterly, September 2019

Answer the following questions in the discussion thread:

  • The Analytics Academy approach represents somewhat of an “all in” approach on AI by companies to build broad capability. Discuss the ramifications of this approach in addressing employee concerns about being left behind by technology.
  • What does the academy approach say about the importance of non-routine cognitive skills discussed in Chapter 1?
  • Comment on the pros & cons of a top-down approach vs a bottoms-up approach when building AI capability?

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  • The Analytics Academy approach represents somewhat of an “all in” approach on AI by companies to build broad capability. Discuss the ramifications of this approach in addressing employee concerns about being left behind by technology.

The “all-in” approach leads to a common vision, language, and protocol in all training models, ensuring all stakeholders are at per with the AI approach being used.

  • What does the academy approach say about the importance of non-routine cognitive skills discussed in Chapter 1?

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