Content Team | AI for Good: Empowering Industries with Mara Cairo from AMII

AI for Good: Empowering Industries with Mara Cairo from AMII

In this episode of Tech Talks Daily, I am thrilled to have Mara Cairo, the Product Owner of Advanced Technology at Alberta Machine Intelligence Institute (AMII), as our guest. Mara is a trailblazer in the world of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning, with a passion for leveraging AI for the greater good.

With a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and esteemed designations as a P.Eng. and PMP, Mara brings a wealth of expertise to the table. Prior to joining AMII, she made significant contributions in the hardware development space, helping clients bring their products to market with a specific focus on micro- and nano-technology.

At AMII, Mara leads a dynamic technical team that empowers industries to build their internal machine learning capacity. By collaborating with clients committed to advancing AI adoption, Mara’s team tackles the most challenging business problems using machine learning. Their transformative solutions span across diverse industries, including agriculture, health, supply chain, oil and gas, and forestry.

During the episode, Mara will share her insights into the AI adoption journey, demystifying the technology and showcasing its potential to drive tangible results. As a seasoned team leader, she will also provide valuable strategies for recruiting and retaining top-notch AI talent, ensuring a sustainable talent pipeline for businesses aiming to thrive in the rapidly evolving AI landscape.

Whether your organization is already exploring AI or seeking to establish data science teams, this episode is a must-listen for business leaders. Mara’s expertise and commitment to using AI for good will inspire and enlighten, offering actionable insights to harness the power of AI to transform your business.

Join us as we delve into the world of AI with Mara Cairo, and discover how her vision and expertise are driving meaningful change in industries worldwide. 

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