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Artificial Intelligence

How to Incorporate Artificial Intelligence Into Your Business Venture

Steve Guggenheimer, Corporate Vice President of AI and ISV Engagement at Microsoft, gives an in-depth look at the role of artificial intelligence in business today.
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Steve Guggenheimer, Corporate Vice President of AI and ISV Engagement at Microsoft, shares his thoughts on the role of ethics when working on artificial intelligence (AI) projects, the importance of avoiding biases in data and how the Microsoft team works to stimulate conversations about the ethical principles behind the technology’s use.

Steve and host David Meltzer discuss the current barriers to monetizing AI, whether or not entrepreneurs should incorporate AI into their businesses, and the characteristics they look for when looking to add team members. “Guggs” also talks about his favorite technology being used in sports today and the work that he does with the Guggenheimer Family Foundation.

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