Evaluating an AI Use Case
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You have an idea for a use case and you want to move forward. What do you do next? In this learning session, Ryan Manville and Dan Wagner, both AI Success Directors, walk through how to plan for and surface downstream risks (both business and technical) with a use case; they share a framework for making a go/no go decision on it.
- Ryan Manville (DataRobot, AI Success Director)
- Dan Wagner (DataRobot, AI Success Director)
- Jack Jablonski (DataRobot, AI Success)
After watching the learning session, you should check out these resources for more information.
- AI Problem Framing (learning session)
- Use cases on DataRobot.com
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