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Translating AI for Bottom Line Impact


Featuring Jordan Levine, founding partner of Alexandria Health and co-author of the HBR article, "You Don’t Have to Be a Data Scientist to Fill This Must-Have Analytics Role"


Thursday, October 18, 2018 | Noon - 1:00 PM US ET

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Jordan Levine
Founding Partner
Alexandria Health

It’s no secret that organizations have been increasingly turning to advanced analytics and artificial intelligence (AI) to improve decision-making across business processes — from research and design to supply chain and risk management.

Along the way, there’s been plenty of literature and executive hand-wringing over hiring and deploying ever-scarce data scientists to make this happen. Certainly, data scientists are required to build the analytics models — including machine learning and, increasingly, deep learning — capable of turning vast amounts of data into insights.

More recently, however, companies have widened their aperture, recognizing that success with AI and analytics requires not just data scientists but entire cross-functional, agile teams that include data engineers, data architects, data-visualization experts, and — perhaps most important — translators.

Why are translators so important? They help ensure that organizations achieve real impact from their analytics initiatives (which has the added benefit of keeping data scientists fulfilled and more likely to stay on, easing executives’ stress over sourcing that talent).

By 2026, the McKinsey Global Institute estimates that demand for translators in the United States alone may reach two to four million.

To understand more about what translators are, the kind of data models they are helping to build across many different industries and the critical role they can play in your company's use of AI, join HBR and Jordan Levine on October 18 for this live, interactive HBR Webinar.


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