Defining an AI strategy
Establish a framework for thinking strategically and holistically about the role of AI in your organization.
Enabling an AI-ready culture
Drive the key changes that are necessary to become an AI-ready organization with solutions for finance, marketing, sales, and customer service.
Responsible AI in business
Explore the implications of AI in business. Develop guidelines to develop a governance model with resources, best practices, and tools.
AI technology for business leaders
Dive into the latest advancements in AI tools, products, and services that can be leveraged by organizations.
How to define a holistic AI strategy
Dean Peter Zemsky, INSEAD's Eli Lilly Chaired Professor of Strategy and Innovation, introduces how AI is driving business value across industries and companies. This section provides an entry to thinking strategically about AI and how AI can create value to your business.
Transforming your applications with AI
Telefonica, one of the largest telecommunication companies in the world, is strategically thinking about AI. Chief Data Officer Chema Alonso explains how they prioritize their AI investments, the benefits of working with AI, and how they will continue to be an AI-led company.
Global manufacturer Jabil has incorporated AI across their business processes. A case study revealed the company reduced overhead costs and increased production quality by using AI to check electronic products as they’re manufactured.
Why culture change is critical to AI success
Across industries, new disruptive business models are springing up with AI at their core. Mitra Azizirad, Corporate Vice President at Microsoft, discusses why developing a strategy for AI extends beyond business issues—all the way to leadership, behaviors, and capabilities.
Bringing AI to Microsoft Finance
Microsoft Chief Financial Officer Amy Hood found that by embedding AI into key finance operations processes, her organization was able to improve forecast accuracy, reduce strain on employees, and better predict areas of risk.
Governance and external engagement
Brad Smith, President and Chief Legal Officer at Microsoft, shares what Microsoft is learning in our own AI journey. He also provides useful perspectives on how businesses can engage with AI responsibly as they introduce AI in their own products and services and within their organization.
Responsible and trustworthy AI
To establish AI governance, learn how to create guiding principles tailored to your organization's unique culture and level of engagement with AI.
Explore machine learning and deep learning concepts
Microsoft expert Matt Winkler explores the basics of machine learning and deep learning, and how it can be used to optimize business across industries. Get a deeper understanding of what machine learning is, how it works, and how these technologies can benefit your business.
Learn more about Microsoft AI
Continue exploring the possibilities that AI offers with additional AI business and learning resources.
AI School learning opportunities
AI School offers learning paths for technical roles: Machine learning, conversational AI, AI services, and intelligent edge AI.
Get your business AI ready
Review your current company strategy, capabilities, and culture to learn if AI is the right move for you.