In this episode, we hear from Bruno Aziza, Group Vice President at AI and Data Analytics at Oracle. Aziza encourages his customers to think of the AI acronym not simply as artificial intelligence, but rather as an “applied and invisible” form of augmentation that allows organizations and individuals to get to their end goals faster.
Data analysts spend about 80% of their time just preparing data before it can even be analyzed. By applying AI, that time can be cut to nearly nothing, errors can be reduced, and business analysts can reappropriate their time. This allows companies to analyze more efficiently and ask better questions to create a more productive organization.
Listen in to hear Aziza share more, including specific examples of company successes. Visit Oracle.com for more information. Aziza also encourages you to learn from customer stories and interviews in his web series, Destination:Insight, on The Oracle Analytics YouTube page.
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