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Me, Myself, and AI: A Podcast on Artificial Intelligence in Business

Why do only 10% of companies succeed with AI? For four years, BCG and MIT SMR have studied corporate adoption of artificial intelligence. The most recent research has found that 90% of organizations do not realize significant financial benefit from the technology. So, what are the other 10% doing right? Each episode of Me, Myself, and AI features a discussion with a leading practitioner helping his or her organization gain measurable value from AI.


Whether they work at a born-digital organization or (more often) a legacy company, our guests all have actionable insights to share. The series covers strategy, deployment, human-and-machine collaboration, and scaling. We also explore what first interested these leaders in AI, how they got to where they are today, and what keeps them excited about their field.


A Third Path to Talent Development: Delta’s Michelle McCrackin

Delta Air Lines has begun upskilling front-line workers though its Analytics Academy program, which teaches students about analytics, coding, and machine learning and then places them in internships that can lead to new full-time roles with the company. In this episode of the Me, Myself, and AI podcast, Michelle McCrackin, Delta’s senior manager of analytics, learning, and development, discusses how the program is helping the company retain employees while closing the analytics talent gap.

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Out of the Lab and Into a Product: Microsoft’s Eric Boyd

Eric Boyd, Microsoft’s corporate vice president, AI platform, joins this episode of the Me, Myself, and AI podcast to discuss the company’s Azure products and services and what recent technological advances like the ChatGPT chatbot from Microsoft partner OpenAI mean for the democratization of artificial intelligence tools and technologies.

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Helping Doctors Make Better Decisions with Data: UC Berkeley’s Ziad Obermeyer

Dr. Ziad Obermeyer, an entrepreneur and assistant professor at UC Berkeley, conducts research on the use of predictive analytics in health care. He discusses the risks and rewards of making health care data available to physicians to aid their decision making, the importance of data for medical breakthroughs, and more.

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