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Navigate Gen AI Risks in Supply Chain and Procurement: Planning for Success | LinkedIn Live

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Navigate Gen AI Risks in Supply Chain and Procurement: Planning for Success

View the event on LinkedIn, which was delivered live on Thursday, February 1, 2024.

Sourcing and supply chain teams are awash in data and content, making the function a prime opportunity to implement generative AI (gen AI). However, these functions also face significant ethical, privacy, and accuracy concerns. 📊

📢Watch this LinkedIn Live event to hear our experts discuss how the market, providers, and functional leaders are addressing these challenges to pave the way for innovation. This event is a follow-up to our previous LinkedIn Live discussion, The Possibilities for Generative AI in Sourcing.

During the event, we explored:

  • 🌐 The risks, challenges, and barriers to gen AI adoption and how organizations can position themselves for success
  • 🌐 How procurement leaders can navigate the ethical, privacy, and security concerns in the adoption of gen AI to drive innovation
  • 🌐 The technology providers in the gen AI space that sourcing and supply chain teams can work with

Meet the Presenters

Why TCS and Infosys’ Gen AI Commentaries in Q3 Felt Lackluster | In the News

India’s two biggest IT services companies, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) and Infosys, reported their third-quarter earnings for FY24 on January 11. Amid a seasonally weak quarter and an uncertain demand environment, all eyes were on their generative AI updates. However, they shied away from sharing definitive numbers or updates on deal pipeline opportunities or prospects of revenue in coming quarters.

Peter Bendor-Samuel, founder of Everest Group, believes most of the PoCs (almost 90%) undertaken in 2023 will not move into production in 2024. “However, 10% which does move (to production) will indicate to the market where gen AI does work, and we expect significant opportunities to arise in these areas for the tech services firms by the third quarter of 2024,” he said.

Read more in Money Control.

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