Practical AI Briefing

2 hours
Practical AI represents a unique opportunity for enterprises to make transformative, data-driven business decisions at an accelerated pace. Most of the enormous amounts of data generated by modern organizations end up in cold storage. By applying multiple AI approaches in a responsible and ethical manner, enterprises can extract insights from this data that improve efficiency and safety while positively impacting finances.


This briefing provides a practical, outcomes-based exploration of AI, its applications and its transformational potential to drive business outcomes. We'll review our proven approach to AI — Practical AI — including how clients are using it to solve complex business challenges. We'll explore strategies for mitigating operational risks related to ethics, privacy, bias and security concerns. We'll also briefly discuss AI architecture, implementation methods, and options for adopting multiple modes of AI to kickstart your journey.

Topics Covered


  • What is "Practical AI"?
  • Definition of relevant applications in the enterprise
  • General use cases and their importance to the enterprise
  • AI readiness
  • Organizational needs and relevance
  • Overall data strategy and risk
  • Data management & security
  • Technical architecture considerations
  • Center of Excellence concepts for generative and predictive AI, deep and machine Learning, and digital twin technology

How AI Transforms the Business

  • Generative AI (GenAI) and the power of prediction for customer service
  • Industrial digital twins for improved safety and efficiency
  • Enhanced customer experience with expanded automated engagement modes
  • Improved employee productivity by using GenAI to reduce creation time
  • Operational automation
  • Process automation and optimization
  • Improved regulatory compliance

Technology Approaches

  • Cloud-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) deployment
  • Private cloud deployment
  • Shared AI models vs. self-generated

Future trends and opportunities

  • Evaluating emerging concepts
  • Risk vs. reward
  • Center of Excellence incubation
  • Expanding integrations

Challenges, risks & mitigation

  • Ethical
  • Privacy
  • Security
  • Legal

What is a Briefing?

A scheduled event with a WWT Subject Matter Expert — typically via a live Webex — where our expert presents an overview of specific topics, technologies, capabilities or market trends. Your attendees are allotted time for Q&A to pose questions specific to your organization.

Who should attend?

CEOs, CIOs, CDOs, data owners, line of business owners, and IT Directors. Plus, anyone interested in learning more about how data strategy can change how they do business today and deliver relevant services to end-users.

Post-Briefing actions?

If the information in this briefing seems too high level or a briefing has already been completed, we offer more in-depth options available for each area of focus.