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Project Data Analytics Event: AI for project cost risk– The reality of commercial use. 8th July 2020

Project Data Analytics Event: AI for project cost risk– The reality of commercial use. 8th July 2020

8th July Project data event

Project Data Analytics Event

AI for project cost risk– The reality of commercial use

8th July 2020 at 12.30pm

A Zoom link will be provided once registered

 

There is no shortage of commentary and ‘vision’ about the way in which AI will impact projects and project managers. At present only a few companies have developed working platforms for time and/or cost management, with the majority being pre-commercial.

Endeavour Programme's platform Octant AI focusses on mitigating poor cost performance and is in commercial operational use for infrastructure projects. Early adopters are changing the way they manage their projects based on its near real time actionable predictions.

This presentation will focus on the lived experience of developing and implementing an AI platform in a customer organisation. David will cover issues that have had practical impact such as paradigm change, problem definition, data availability, response from professionals using the system and return on investment. A three minute primer video can be viewed here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Et1gHMgXSZA&feature=youtu.be

The experience gained by this commercial rollout will be valuable both to potential users of AI platforms and other AI platforms targeting cost and time management of projects.

Event Properties

Event Date 08-07-2020 12:30 pm
Event End Date 08-07-2020 2:00 pm
Individual Price Free
No. of Technical PDUs 1

Speakers

David Porter

Founder of Endeavour Programme and AI platform Octant AI

David Porter is the founder of Endeavour Programme and AI platform Octant AI. He is the driving force behind the business and its global strategy. David is a project and programme leader with 30 years of experience in project development and delivery across a wide range of industries. He previously founded and led a leading Project Management consultancy for 20 years before exiting in 2015. Through collaboration during a sabbatical at University of Oxford, he established Endeavour Programme with fellow grad students and colleagues from around the world.