The relationship between humans and AI is growing stronger and more connected every day. With the capacity to retain knowledge and provide insights that humans didn’t know they were seeking, AI is becoming a more integrated part of everyday life. But will AI ever fully replace the human ability of knowledge workers?
This week, Melody is joined by Scott Litman, the co-founder and managing partner of Lucy AI, an AI-powered knowledge management assistant, for a conversation about the future of AI learning and knowledge management. Scott details the evolution and advancements in AI, including real-life applications in today’s business environment. He reveals why Lucy AI focuses on knowledge rather than simply gathering data and shares insights into some of the real-life applications that AI has the potential to offer in the very near future.
Scott Litman is the co-founder and managing partner of Lucy AI, an AI-powered knowledge management assistant. As an entrepreneur, he is in search of new ways technology can advance the mission of knowledge workers from sales, marketing and research, and insights. From the early days of the internet and the first websites, to business portals of the “dot com” era to the latest generation of artificial intelligence — Scott has a long history of building businesses that help Fortune 1000 marketers and the agencies that serve them take advantage of cutting-edge digital transformation.