Managing Director & Senior Partner; Global Leader, BCG X
Sylvain Duranton is the global leader of BCG X, BCG’s tech build and design unit.
Backed by a vast team of AI, tech-build, and design talents, he helps the world's leading organizations solve strategic challenges and achieve their full digital potential.
As the founder and former global leader of BCG GAMMA, he supervised the implementation of AI and analytics solutions for companies across the globe.
A mathematician by training, and surrounded by a family of scientists, he is the founder and president of chess club Palamède Echecs and an executive board member of Aurore, one of France’s most prominent NGOs, which aims to alleviate poverty and improve access to housing.
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Companies struggle to use AI to improve the way their businesses operate, a challenge that can be mitigated by following five rules.
Data is increasingly valuable, yet some organizations lack the capabilities to capitalize on it. A key first step is setting realistic ambitions to improve data maturity.
Despite good intentions, companies say they are struggling to cut their emissions in line with targets. Their inability to measure appropriately is the leading roadblock.
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Artificial intelligence has the potential to reduce companies’ greenhouse gas emissions and cut costs by monitoring their carbon footprint and then reducing it through increased efficiency.
Some companies will shape the future after COVID-19. They’ll use machine learning to turn massive amounts of raw information into “golden” decisions.
Consumer preferences are changing rapidly, outpacing companies’ traditional abilities to track and respond to trends. Data and AI can provide new eyes and ears.
Companies must use AI not only to cut costs but also to generate more revenue by improving forecasting and making decisions in real time.
With artificial intelligence, companies can more proactively—and more efficiently—manage IT incidents, saving time, reducing costs, and sparing users a lot of frustration.