Expert Roundtable: Navigating artificial intelligence for CEOs
As artificial intelligence (AI) becomes increasingly integrated into business operations, leaders have the opportunity to leverage this ubiquitous technology to level up their companies. In this engaging and informative webinar, we provide CEOs with the necessary AI literacy to make informed decisions and get their teams on board, as well as explore the legal implications associated with AI.
With expert guidance from Vistage speakers Ross Hartmann, Amy Goldsmith and David Karandish, you’ll gain a comprehensive understanding of different applications of AI for small and midsize businesses, understand strategies for team buy-in, and learn how to mitigate risks and maintain compliance.
About the presenters
Ross Hartmann is an expert at integrating the latest AI technology in businesses as well as navigating the rapidly-evolving tech industry. He’s worked with businesses from $2m to $500m to design and implement an AI roadmap and strategy. He has been a tech lead and developer in the AI industry for over 10 years. He has a background as both a Technology Director at an AI company and also a coach at Dale Carnegie of Orange County. Having received the Highest Award for Achievement, Effective Communication & Human Relations/Skills for Success from Dale Carnegie, he is honored to bring his passion and expertise in AI to Vistage members.
David Karandish is the Founder & CEO of Capacity — an enterprise SaaS company headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri. Capacity is an AI-powered support automation platform that connects your entire tech stack to answer questions, automate repetitive support tasks, and build solutions to any business challenge. Prior to starting Capacity, David was the CEO of Answers Corp. He and his business partner, Chris Sims, started the parent company of Answers in 2006 and sold it to a private equity firm in 2014 for $960 million. David sits on the boards of Create a Loop (a computer science education non-profit tackling the digital divide by teaching kids to code) and Prepare.ai (a non-profit providing educational resources and strategic guidance about Artificial Intelligence to individuals, communities, and companies). David was also an early investor and board member at Nerdy (NYSE: NRDY), an on-demand, real-time learning platform in the ed tech space. David lives in St. Louis with his wife, Erin, and four kids. When not working, he enjoys spending time with his family and playing ukulele.