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The best way to predict the future is to invent it.

- Alan Kay

Cornell-r4 AI Collaboration


Cornell and r4 have announced the development of multidisciplinary courses for artificial intelligence (AI).
The Cornell-r4 Applied AI initiative will make AI courses available to students.
The initiative will provide opportunities for academic discovery in disciplines such as machine learning and statistics.

An initial focus of the initiative shall be to optimize the food chain, aligning demand.

The core goals are to impact social challenges and drive better business.

AI initiative for innovation, social impact

Calendar for RM Dayton Meeting

After decades of process automation, stability and productivity gains have been delivered, but not new growth.

Enterprise yield is a new AI-enabled discipline - setting the stage for a new cross-enterprise executive discipline.

Enterprise AI is changing the rules, enabling the discover of perishable opportunities hidden in diverse data.

New growth is achieved by continuously sensing what people want and then delivering continuously adaptive value.

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The ETCC on LinkedIn

The Executive Technology Convergence Council is a forward-thinking community of knowledge workers who share a passion for providing technology convergence of structured and unstructured content.  Founded in 2009, The ETTC was data science before data science was cool.  The group has limited a membership of 2500 and only permits thoughtful posts from industry leaders relating to data science, artificial intelligence, machine learning and advanced analytics.

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