Understanding AI and Machine Learning: a Board Member's Perspective

Understanding AI and Machine Learning: a Board Member's Perspective

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An interactive workshop to understand AI and ML, and the opportunities and the challenges that boards face today.

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Program Schedule

  • Learn the difference between Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML)
  • Understand the opportunities and implications of a high tech strategy
  • Develop board level skills to make more informed decisions about AI and ML
  • Review a real life business case study and work in a team to develop your strategic plan


  • Develop an understanding for one of the most important board agenda items
  • Network with other C level executives and board directors
  • Be able to contribute to board level conversations about the topic of AI and ML
  • Walk away with insights that you can apply to your own board

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Tony Rhem: Dr. Anthony J Rhem is a recognized thought leader in AI, Knowledge Management, Big Data, Information Architecture and Innovation. Since 1990 Dr. Rhem has served as CEO/Principal Consultant of A.J. Rhem & Associates (AJRA). AJRA is a consulting, training & research firm focusing on knowledge management, AI and system integration. As a consultant, strategist and advisor Dr. Rhem has worked with several U.S. fortune 500 companies. As a professor and corporate Instructor, Dr Rhem has trained hundreds of personnel across many organizations on the principles, practice and application of software engineering, knowledge management, information architecture and AI.

As an advisor Dr Rhem’s work includes Chairman - Board of Trustees Knowledge Systems Institute; Industry Advisory Board – International Conference on Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering (SEKE); and Member of the National Science Foundation Review Panels in the areas of AI, KM, Big Data and Education.