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Understanding Digital Intelligence: The First Step Toward your Success

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9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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According to the Institute for Data Valorization (IVADO), digital intelligence and the underlying technologies that enable it (cloud computing, the Internet of things, 5G, virtual reality, etc.) are vital links in the value creation chain.

In a context where companies are turning to data science and artificial intelligence to move their business forward, it is essential that managers be properly equipped to understand, embrace and harness these data-generating innovations to improve digital maturity.

This program is an opportunity to explore these possibilities, along with the various structures and potential benefits for your organization.

GOALS

This program will help you:

  • Determine which enabling technologies (cloud computing, the Internet of things, big data, 5G, etc.) are key to driving digital intelligence and artificial intelligence solutions.
  • Understand how digital intelligence can create value within an organization.
  • Demystify digital intelligence and its relationship with artificial intelligence.
  • Analyze the opportunities in Quebec and the keys to the success of projects involving artificial or digital intelligence.
  • Guide managers’ and organizations’ thinking about the various applications available to them and encourage further exploration.

IS THIS FOR YOU?

Company executives, project and product managers, business and technical architects, public sector managers, investors, etc.

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • A toolbox that is useful in framing the various technology options available to businesses depending on their specific context.
  • A vision shaped by the course instructor’s own industry expertise, working with organizations in Quebec and elsewhere in the world.
  • An evaluation chart to assess the various success factors for digital/artificial intelligence projects.

Definition of digital intelligence

Relationship between digital intelligence and artificial intelligence

Enabling technologies

  • Intelligent sensors and the Internet of things
  • Wireless communications and 5G
  • Big data, warehouses and data lakes
  • Augmented reality and digital twinning
  • Robotics, the metaverse and beyond
  • Cloud computing systems

Digital intelligence architecture

Value of digital intelligence

  • Democratization of access to services
  • Improved workflow
  • New business models
  • New products and services
  • Digital processes
  • Productivity
  • Cost savings

TRAINING APPROACH

  • Presentation of theoretical concepts
  • Group discussions about real-world case studies
  • Optional reading lists
Adrian Gonzalez Sanchez

MSc (mobile communications), MBA

Telecom & IT Engineer, Microsoft

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Understanding Digital Intelligence: The First Step Toward your Success

According to the Institute for Data Valorization (IVADO), digital intelligence and the underlying technologies that enable it (cloud computing, the Internet of things, 5G, virtual reality, etc.) are vital links in the value creation chain.

In a context where companies are turning to data science and artificial intelligence to move their business forward, it is essential that managers be properly equipped to understand, embrace and harness these data-generating innovations to improve digital maturity.

This program is an opportunity to explore these possibilities, along with the various structures and potential benefits for your organization.

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GOALS

This program will help you:

  • Determine which enabling technologies (cloud computing, the Internet of things, big data, 5G, etc.) are key to driving digital intelligence and artificial intelligence solutions.
  • Understand how digital intelligence can create value within an organization.
  • Demystify digital intelligence and its relationship with artificial intelligence.
  • Analyze the opportunities in Quebec and the keys to the success of projects involving artificial or digital intelligence.
  • Guide managers’ and organizations’ thinking about the various applications available to them and encourage further exploration.

IS THIS FOR YOU?

Company executives, project and product managers, business and technical architects, public sector managers, investors, etc.

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • A toolbox that is useful in framing the various technology options available to businesses depending on their specific context.
  • A vision shaped by the course instructor’s own industry expertise, working with organizations in Quebec and elsewhere in the world.
  • An evaluation chart to assess the various success factors for digital/artificial intelligence projects.

Definition of digital intelligence

Relationship between digital intelligence and artificial intelligence

Enabling technologies

  • Intelligent sensors and the Internet of things
  • Wireless communications and 5G
  • Big data, warehouses and data lakes
  • Augmented reality and digital twinning
  • Robotics, the metaverse and beyond
  • Cloud computing systems

Digital intelligence architecture

Value of digital intelligence

  • Democratization of access to services
  • Improved workflow
  • New business models
  • New products and services
  • Digital processes
  • Productivity
  • Cost savings

TRAINING APPROACH

  • Presentation of theoretical concepts
  • Group discussions about real-world case studies
  • Optional reading lists
Adrian Gonzalez Sanchez

MSc (mobile communications), MBA

Telecom & IT Engineer, Microsoft

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