Our free webinar highlights how charities can embed AI in their digital strategy, as we’re joined by a team of Microsoft experts to discuss the impact of AI on the charity sector.
AI is one of the hottest topics of discussion within the charity sector. You may have seen our coverage of an independent Food Bank in Huddersfield that used AI to revolutionise service delivery and offer vulnerable service users additional support at first point of contact - putting paid to the idea that AI is the sole preserve of large charities with large budgets.
Or perhaps you’ve heard our podcast, covering the potential impact and risks of AI within the sector: delving into the real-world implications of charities and nonprofits using AI, and how it can impact and improve service delivery.
Discussion of AI within the sector often positions the technology as one that will come into its own in the future. But 2020 has been earmarked as the year in which AI makes the transition from future tech to day-to-day operations.
Following on from our podcast, we’ve once again partnered with Microsoft for a more in-depth and technical discussion of charity AI in this upcoming webinar. We are joined by Microsoft’s Senior Cloud Solution Architects for Data & AI: Phil Harvey, Dr Linda Sheard, and Maya Dillon, who will be discussing everything from the charities already benefitting from AI adoption to advice on creating human-centric AI programs, as well as a review of existing support already available to charities.
The webinar will cover why AI is important, and how charities like yours have been using AI to drive fundraising, operations and service delivery. By drawing from real-life examples, and analysing existing AI strategies, the webinar will help you take the first steps on your AI journey, while offering advice on support and recruitment.
The session will also focus on the responsible use of AI. It is important to develop an ethical strategy: one that is in line with your mission and values and that safeguards against any potential future data misuse that springs from your innovation.
Finally, the webinar will also offer guidance on intelligent design and the importance of a usable dataset when designing AI programs.