Project Data Analytics Virtual Event
How Artificial Intelligence Will Rescue Us from Project Failure
24th June 2020 (Zoom details will be provided after registration)
In this fascinating presentation, Professor Paul explains why AI technology must be incorporated into project management to improve project success rates. It is not optional!
His argument is supported by two practical examples (use cases) of AI concepts being developed. The presentation shows the application of machine learning and natural language processing to the project methodology, and how they will disrupt the way we think about managing projects. Each concept is explained with a practical application of the possibilities, even though Paul has been frequently warned about the potential embarrassment from using new technology in a live demonstration. Don’t miss it!
|Event Date||24-06-2020 6:30 pm|
|Event End Date||24-06-2020 8:00 pm|
|No. of Technical PDUs||1.0|
Paul Boudreau is a highly respected and influential project management professional with over thirty-five years experience in the technology industry. Paul is a professor at Algonquin College, in Ottawa, Canada, where he teaches project management in the School of Business. He has collaborated with instructors in the UK, Saudi Arabia, India, Australia and spent three weeks teaching in Nanjing, China. He currently combines his knowledge of software programming with his background in project management to develop practical AI concepts. Paul’s first book, Applying Artificial Intelligence to Project Management, was well received for both professional and practical insights into a complex new technology. His most recent book, How the Project Management Office Can Use Artificial Intelligence to Improve the Bottom Line. was published this year. Boudreau is known for presenting a compelling argument that project success rates can only by improved by using AI to change the project methodology.