It might seem easy to overestimate the seriousness and rarity of artificial intelligence, but when looking around, it becomes obvious that artificial intelligence is everywhere. From GPS navigation, facial recognition, spam filters and spell check to streaming services and “smart” home devices, you can find artificial intelligence in almost every aspect of day-to-day life.
As we begin to rely on artificial intelligence more heavily in our daily lives, associations should consider doing the same for their organizations. With so many different programs and resources backed by artificial intelligence, these organizations have a great opportunity to utilize new tech quickly and effectively.
As Sidecar prepares to host our “Recruiting and engaging members with AI” bootcamp,” we’ve found some resources to benefit individuals and organizations looking to implement artificial intelligence in their business strategies.
Here are 11 resources to help your organization get started:
With AI technology as part of their own association management system, ACGI offers a short yet thorough explanation of how associations can improve their workforce and member engagement with the technology.
By explaining two types of artificial intelligence, machine learning and deep learning, this resource offers a more thorough understanding of artificial intelligence and provides real-life applications.
Associations have the unique responsibility of leading innovation and supplying information and support for entire industries, so it’s important to understand how artificial intelligence can impact your culture.
Once you understand why it’s so important to implement artificial intelligence, where do you start? Content strategist Alice Musyoka offers 7 AI tools to help your staff get started in implementing artificial intelligence at work.
From improving customer service and hiring the best candidates to boosting cybersecurity, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce shares how small businesses and organizations can utilize artificial intelligence and machine learning.
Providing an extensive explanation of three types of artificial intelligence initiatives, HBR shares an outline for how organizations can build up their cognitive capabilities to reach their business goals.
If your organization doesn’t know where to start, Forbes provides a great list of departments that are prime for artificial intelligence and how to implement it.
Describing the major subfields of artificial intelligence and providing extensive examples of proven applications, this resource is perfect for learning how, where and when to use artificial intelligence in your organization.
As producers of an artificial intelligence backed newsletter that sends personalized content to each subscriber, Rasa.io knows how and why you should utilize artificial intelligence for associations and other purpose-driven organizations.
Predictive analytics expert Thomas Altman shares how your organization can use artificial intelligence to support your member retention and engagement strategies.
This virtual bootcamp helps attendees learn how to use artificial intelligence to fulfil your organization’s mission and reach your full potential. Participants gain access to a step-by-step course, a private Facebook Group to chat about what they've learned with fellow participants and be able to join a live Q&A with AI expert Mike Kaput.
As a purpose-driven leader, you want to fulfill your mission and reach your full potential. Artificial intelligence is forecasted to have trillions of dollars of impact on the world economy, and that includes nonprofits, associations, and high-impact organizations. By utilizing the resources above, and ones similar, your organization or association should have no problem implementing artificial intelligence practices and programs to assist your day-to-day business operations.
If you’re ready to increase your membership organization’s revenue, connect with an entire community of purpose-driven leaders and grow yourself, we’re ready to help you do it.Learn More
Ashley joined the Sidecar team as Community Coordinator in 2020 and spends her working hours focused on providing value to our members. In her free time, Ashley enjoys DIY crafts and playing with her puppy, Scooby.