Embracing generative AI: Advice for business leaders
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Embracing generative AI: Advice for business leaders

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From start-ups to Fortune 500 companies, generative AI can transform how businesses operate, how employees work, and how customers experience products and services. Although there are endless use cases and opportunities for innovation, harnessing the technology's full value while navigating ethical considerations remains a significant challenge for most organizations.

As you build your strategy, identify promising applications, and develop production-ready solutions, we invite you to listen to a series of podcasts we've launched with Emerj, a leading AI research firm.

These conversations with three senior leaders offer invaluable insights and actionable advice, helping you navigate the complexities of AI implementation to maximize the technology's impact on your organization.

Episode one

In this episode, Gianni Giacomelli, Genpact's former senior innovation advisor, explores the myths surrounding generative AI and highlights its potential despite limitations. He shares how enterprise leaders can identify practical applications and prepare employees for the jobs of the future. Drawing from his research at MIT, Gianni explains how generative AI will set the pace for breakthroughs across industries.

Episode two

Harsh Kar, Genpact's global head of data and AI, accurately assesses the challenges and opportunities surrounding generative AI implementation. Throughout the episode, Harsh offers actionable advice for developing and deploying gen AI solutions at speed and scale. He also examines the dangers of simply focusing on productivity gains when it comes to AI.

Episode three

With new generative AI applications and challenges surrounding hallucinations and misinformation, responsible AI is no longer a buzzword. Sreekanth Menon, Genpact's global AI leader, shares best practices for fostering transparency and accountability throughout the AI development cycle. Along the way, he explains what new regulations will mean for banking and other industries as they become more widespread.

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