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Jun 19, 2024

Peggy Smedley unpacks a recent study about gen AI (artificial intelligence), looking at the hard numbers and identifying the value it provides. She also asks the hard questions: Are the deliverables still strong? Can quality stand the test of time?

She also discusses:

  • The percentages gen AI improves product time to...


Jun 19, 2024

Peggy Smedley and Jules White, senior advisor to the chancellor on generative AI & professor of computer science, Vanderbilt University, talk about what he has learned teaching an online generative AI (artificial intelligence) course. He shares how he got involved in generative AI, sharing his ChatGPT moment.

They also...


Jun 19, 2024

Peggy Smedley and David De Cremer, dean of D’Amore-McKim School of Business, Northeastern University, talk about his new book, The AI-Savvy Leader, which outlines nine ways to take back control and make AI work. He says an AI savvy leader refers to two big things.

They also discuss:

  • The definition of an AI savvy...


Jun 12, 2024

Peggy looks at recent sustainability predictions from the analysts, giving her thoughts on what will happen next and providing strategies for how companies will prepare. She says if countries, cities, and companies want to go net zero, it will require a significant shift—starting with design and ending with data.

She...


Jun 12, 2024

Peggy and Krishna Kumar, assistant professor, University of Texas at Austin, talk about the growing use of AI (artificial intelligence) and examples of where it is already making a difference. He says AI has exploded into the scene very recently since ChatGPT has come out and one of the big applications is being able to...