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Stibbe's Digital Economy team launches ‘AI for Business’ course

Stibbe's Digital Economy team launches ‘AI for Business’ course

Stibbe's Digital Economy team launches ‘AI for Business’ course

19.06.2019 NL law

To provide our clients with cutting-edge and effective solutions to the legal challenges involved when deploying artificial intelligence (AI), a thorough understanding of the concepts of AI is crucial.

In collaboration with Growth Tribe, Europe's first growth hacking academy, Stibbe has organised an ‘AI for Business’ course, where both clients and lawyers from Stibbe's Digital Economy team are trained in the fundamentals of AI, from terminology to processes and applications.

Participants developed vital data science skills, to better understand the most common algorithms used for predictions, evaluate these algorithms based on different business models, draw conclusions and outline the next strategic steps.

For more information please contact Stibbe’s Digital Economy Team.

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