Target and training idea: AI in Business
The target group for the AI in Business training includes managers, employees from all industries who want to gain a deeper understanding and skills in using artificial intelligence to optimize business processes and make strategic decisions. Additionally, the training can be aimed at entrepreneurs and business owners who wish to implement innovative AI-based solutions in their organizations, as well as professionals from various fields such as marketing, finance, or production, who want to explore the potential of artificial intelligence in improving their business results and gaining a competitive edge in the market.
Idea of AI in Business training is to provide participants with comprehensive knowledge and skills related to the use of artificial intelligence to streamline business processes, optimize operations, and generate innovative solutions. The training aims to understand the potential of AI in various industries, enabling participants to adapt more effectively to the changing market and gain a competitive advantage. Through practical examples and case studies, participants will acquire practical skills in creating and implementing AI-based projects, contributing to the success of their companies in the era of digital transformation
AI in Business – training benefits
- Increased operational efficiency: An organization can use artificial intelligence to automate routine tasks and processes, resulting in shorter task completion times and reduced human errors. This allows the company to operate more efficiently and save time and resources.
- Enhanced competitiveness: By understanding and harnessing the potential of AI, an organization can better adapt to changing market conditions and compete with other companies. It can also offer more innovative products and services, attracting customers and increasing market share.
- Professional development of employees: AI training allows employees to acquire new technology-related skills, which can lead to professional advancement and new career opportunities. Employees with greater AI knowledge become more attractive candidates in the job market.
- Increased employee engagement: Employees who receive AI training may feel more valued and engaged in their work, as they see that the company is investing in their development and enabling them to cope with modern technologies.
- Future readiness: An organization that invests in AI training is better prepared for future technological challenges and trends. It can more easily adapt to changes and avoid outdated solutions.
Benefits for the Organization
- Fostering Innovation and Unleashing New Opportunities: This training equips the organization with the tools to seamlessly integrate artificial intelligence into its operations, thereby unlocking fresh avenues for growth and innovation.
- Enhancing Innovation and Adaptability: By acquiring knowledge and expertise in the realm of artificial intelligence, the organization gains a heightened capacity for innovation and adaptability. This newfound proficiency makes it more agile in responding to market fluctuations, swiftly capitalizing on emerging prospects, and effectively addressing challenges. Ultimately, the training nurtures a culture of innovation and adaptability within the organization.
- Amplifying Learning Effectiveness: The training empowers the organization with insights into best practices for harnessing artificial intelligence (AI).
- Gaining Competitive Edge in the Market: Utilizing AI presents a distinct competitive advantage. Organizations equipped with advanced AI competencies position themselves as industry leaders, enabling them to deliver pioneering solutions in a highly competitive market.
Benefits for Employees
- Skill Development: This training program facilitates the expansion of an employee’s skill set in the realm of artificial intelligence. It provides them with both new knowledge and practical competencies that hold value not only in their current position but also in prospective career paths.
- Enhanced Desirability in the Job Market: Proficiency in artificial intelligence serves as a significant asset, rendering employees more appealing to potential employers. In today’s job market, where an increasing number of companies seek AI specialists, possessing such valuable expertise can unveil fresh career opportunities.
- Proficiency with Tools and Technology: The training empowers employees to gain a deeper understanding of and proficiency with tools and technologies related to artificial intelligence. This enhanced familiarity allows them to leverage available solutions more effectively, conduct data analysis, make informed decisions, and draw more precise conclusions.
- Elevated Efficiency and Productivity: Armed with acquired AI skills, employees can streamline repetitive tasks, optimize processes, and utilize available resources more efficiently. This, in turn, contributes to heightened work efficiency and the achievement of superior results within shorter time frames
- The Presence of Smart Technologies in Our Surroundings
- Distinguishing AI, Machine Learning, and Natural Language Processing
- Essential AI Concepts: Definitions and Algorithms
- Harnessing AI for Enhanced Content Creation
- Evaluating Our Work and Company through AI Analysis and Audits
- Unleashing the Power of AI in Content Generation
- Market Insights: Perceptions of AI, particularly Chat GPT
- Prompts and Common Pitfalls – how to prompt (and not)
- Unveiling Chat GPT’s Magic: Expertise in Social Media, Sales, Support, SEO, and More
- Chat GPT for Developers: Leveraging AI in Programming
- “Acting As”: Simulating a Writer, Cook, Teacher, Guide, Public Speaker, Image Generator, Face Detection, and Beyond
- Chat GPT’s Remarkable Versatility: Premium Plugins
- Beyond the Basics: Exploring Additional Plugins and Integrations to Expand AI’s Capabilities
- Utilizing MidJourney for creating unique works of art and graphics
- Generating promotional materials, product visualizations, and advertising banners
- Expanding creative possibilities through creative use of MidJourney
- Ethical issues related to automatic content generation using AI
- Compliance with copyright laws and regulations concerning content generated by artificial intelligence
- Responsibility and morality in creating and sharing AI-generated content
- Dealing with the issue of deepfake – fake content generated by AI
- Preventing fraud and disinformation using artificial intelligence
- Preparing employees to recognize and respond to fake news and other AI-related threats
- Prospects for the development of artificial intelligence and its impact on society
- New technologies and applications of AI that can change our world
- Challenges and opportunities that come with the evolving artificial intelligence
Methods used during training
A lecture is a training format in which a qualified presenter imparts knowledge or information to participants in a one-sided manner. The presenter talks about specific topics or issues, often using multimedia presentations, slides, or other tools. Participants have limited opportunities for active participation, and the main goal of the lecture is to convey information or introduce a specific topic.
Case studies are a training method that involves the analysis of specific cases or situations that have occurred in reality. Participants examine these cases, analyze various aspects, identify problems, and seek solutions. Case studies allow for the practical application of theoretical knowledge and develop problem-solving skills.
Workshops are a training format in which participants actively engage in practical activities and exercises. They may work in small groups, solve problems, create projects, or practice specific skills. Workshops enable interactive learning and the acquisition of practical experience.
A Q&A session is dedicated time for asking questions and obtaining answers from the presenter or expert. Participants have the opportunity to learn more about the topics being discussed, clarify doubts, or obtain additional information. It is an interactive part of the training that allows participants to actively engage and personalize the learning process.
Ekspert i popularyzator Internetu Rzeczy, który obecnie współpracuje z Platformą Przemysłu Przyszłości. Były członek Grupy Roboczej ds. Internetu Rzeczy Ministerstwa Cyfryzacji, który współtworzył raport „IoT w Polskiej Gospodarce” określający kierunek rozwoju Polski w najbliższych latach. Współautor i doradca raportów dla CPK (Centralny Port Komunikacyjny). Od 2013 roku pracuje wraz z najnowszymi technologiami i znanymi markami (IoT konsumenckie, automotive, reaktory atomowe) doradzając w kwestiach wprowadzania dobrych praktyk dotyczących jakości oraz testowania. Specjalista kultury chińskiej, który od lat doradza w kwestiach współpracy z Chinami i chińskimi pracownikami. Członek Poland Hong Kong Business Association. Autor książki „Real IT World – Internet Rzeczy”, wydanej przez wydawnictwo PWN, która analizuje współczesny rynek nowoczesnych technologii w perspektywie Polski, świata i Chin oraz „Oszukani przez Smart” (seria wywiadów z czołowymi przedstawicielami polskiego, smart środowiska). Prelegent, felietonista, współtwórca raportów dotyczących IoT i regularny gość stacji radiowych w Polsce i za granicą oraz licznych publikacji tworzonych we współpracy z branżowymi pismami poświęconymi testowaniu oprogramowania.
An expert and promoter of the Internet of Things, currently collaborating with the Future Industry Platform. Former member of the Working Group for the Internet of Things at the Ministry of Digital Affairs, co-authoring the “IoT in the Polish Economy” report, defining Poland’s development direction in the coming years. Co-author and advisor for reports for CPK (Central Communication Port). Since 2013, working with the latest technologies and well-known brands (consumer IoT, automotive, nuclear reactors), providing advice on quality and testing best practices. A specialist in Chinese culture, advising on collaboration with China and Chinese employees for years. Member of the Poland Hong Kong Business Association. Author of the book “Real IT World – Internet of Things,” published by PWN, which analyzes the contemporary market of modern technologies from the perspective of Poland, the world, and China, as well as “Deceived by Smart” (a series of interviews with leading representatives of the Polish smart environment). Speaker, columnist, co-author of IoT reports, and a regular guest on radio stations in Poland and abroad, as well as numerous publications created in collaboration with industry magazines dedicated to software testing.