Uncover the practical opportunities for Generative AI that capture real value.
Watch the replay of What's Next in Generative AI for the Enterprise to learn about the latest research on the practical use of Generative AI in business processes.
Our guest speaker, renowned Forrester VP and Principal Analyst Craig Le Clair, drew from his extensive experience working with organizations across diverse sectors to illustrate tangible benefits and practical applications. Le Clair focused on how Large Language Models (LLMs) can turn policies, procedures, contracts or historical records into active process participants that transform today’s structured work patterns into innovative journeys.
Whether you are an industry professional, a business leader or an AI enthusiast, we encourage you to tune in to this webinar replay to gain invaluable practical insights on Generative AI and stay ahead in today's competitive landscape.
Craig Le ClairCraig serves enterprise architecture and business process professionals. He is an internationally recognized expert in automation, AI, and the future of work. His technology coverage areas include robotic process automation, AI solutions in financial services, and the potential workforce disruption due to these technologies. His 2019 book, Invisible Robots in the Quiet of the Night, has been met with wide acclaim. A prolific writer and speaker, Craig is frequently quoted in The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, USA Today, Forbes, and many other publications and media outlets. Dynamic case management, electronic signature, and customer communications management round out his coverage.
Brandon NottAs Amelia's Chief Product Officer, Brandon is responsible for setting the company’s product strategy, roadmap, user experiences, and delivering effective product marketing content and training. As an award-winning technologist, Brandon takes a customer-centric approach to product development with a focus on business outcomes and great user experiences. Brandon has played key roles in global growth business and emerging technologies with companies like the Bluetooth SIG and UiPath. Brandon holds degrees in Business Administration and Accounting, and a Masters in Business Information Systems from the University of Kansas.
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