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It seems like wherever you go today in the business world, someone is talking about AI. What does this mean for you? How will it effect your day-to-day life? How can you use Generative AI - a branch of artificial intelligence that uses deep learning models - to work more effectively? Join the St Louis IIBA and our distinguished panelists to learn more! ‐--‐--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Many thanks to Washington University's Technology & Learning Center for hosting us and to our friends at Apex Systems Inc. for providing the refreshments for this event! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ St Louis IIBA will hold it's Annual General Meeting - the AGM - immediately following. We encourage you all to stick around after the panel for a brief presentation on the State of the Chapter and the opportunity to meet your new Board members! ______________________________________________________________________________ Panelists: Ryan Brennell is an AI Entrepreneur and the Director of Product & AI Engineering at Trelus.io. He is passionate about helping companies with projects that blend his enthusiasm for innovation with a strong focus on making AI accessible to everyone. Ryan believes that Generative AI is a transformative technology and should be a core competency for everyone in the workplace. Join us to gain insights from Ryan on the captivating aspects and challenges of Generative AI and learn from a seasoned professional dedicated to fostering an ongoing journey of learning and growth. ________________________________________________________________________________Shanti Greene is the leader of AI and Data Strategy at Infocepts. A passionate technologist, over the past 2 decades he has helped countless organizations transform their disorganized data into valuable business insights. His teams have utilized leading-edge technologies (large language models, computer vision, neural network-based forecasting) to improve business outcomes. Shanti’s expertise extends to cloud and data engineering, having architected the data ingestion, storage, and retrieval for a fully containerized, poly-cloud capable, near real-time analytics platform. In addition to his consulting role, Shanti is a professor at the McKelvey School of Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis, where he teaches graduate-level analytics. ________________________________________________________________________________Alexander Mueller is a mathematician, data scientist, and entrepreneur. Among other things he is a longtime Saint Louisan, eternal Midwesterner, college football and sumo wrestling fan, father, and husband. He is the CEO and founder of Capnion Inc. His interest is the intersection of AI trends, the competitive pressures they generate, and how emerging technology can solve these problems.
Join us for a panel discussion on the power of Generative AI for the Business Analyst. 
Generative AI can be a powerful tool for business analysts, offering a range of benefits to boost their efficiency and effectiveness. By understanding the potential of generative AI, business analysts can significantly improve their workflows and become even more valuable assets to their organizations.
Networking and refreshments at 5:30, panel discussion begins at 6 pm. 
Washington University Technology & Learning Center
Lopata Hall, 5th floor
One Brookings Dr
University City, MO 63130
United States of America