UofL Executive Education presents AI workshop


    LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Reservations are open for the University of Louisville Executive Education program “Managing Change in the Age of Artificial Intelligence (AI),” a half-day workshop Oct. 16.

    The workshop will help attendees understand the power of AI as a tool to transform the marketplace at an exponential rate. Any business, regardless of size or specialization, can integrate AI and benefit from its multifaceted applications.

    “This workshop is essential for business leaders, managers and executives looking to gain and maintain their competitive advantage as they successfully integrate AI and technological advances into their business strategy,” said workshop leader Jeff Guan, associate professor of computer information systems and program director for the Master of Science in Business Analytics.

    Attendees will not only learn how to embrace AI but also how to safeguard against its threats.

    The workshop will be at UofL’s Shelby Campus, Founders Union Building, Room 218, from 8:30 a.m.-noon. Registration is $450 (bring a guest for free with each paid registration).

    UofL Executive Education is the professional development arm of the College of Business. It provides non-degree professional training and credentialing.


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