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Episode #192 — 18 May 2021 Digital Transformation with Prateek Joshi

with Prateek Joshi

Plutoshift CEO Prateek Joshi comes on to talk about digital transformation in the water sector. Prateek hits on a number of important and practical points in a wide-ranging discussion on data, AI, and machine learning in the water sector.

In this session, you’ll learn about: 

  • Prateek’s background & how it influenced his arc into the water sector
  • Water-intensive industries and using water data in those industries
  • Prateek’s view on digital transformation
  • How COVID influenced the digital transformation
  • The limitations of human-based decision-making
  • Common challenges for data-centric organizations
  • How to drive organizational behavior change with respect to data usage
  • The difference between AI and machine learning
  • Data quality and verification issues
  • The factors companies look for when selecting an AI system

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