Dan Faggella is the CEO and Head of Research at Emerj, a tech company that utilizes artificial intelligence (AI) to help businesses and organizations develop winning strategies and profitable decisions. An avid fan of AI, he has a reputation as an unbiased voice regarding the applications and implications of artificial intelligence algorithms in any industry and throughout our society. When he’s not running Emerj, Dan is hosting not one, but two podcasts: The AI in Business podcast and the AI in Financial Services podcast
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Dan joins us to share how artificial intelligence can change the way leaders plan their marketing strategies and the AI services Emerj offers. He describes who he is and how he became interested in the business of AI. Dan also explains the pros and cons of using AI-generated realities and simulations while citing real-world examples. He discusses how the pandemic has affected their business and why it’s not all negative. Dan then describes the potential that AI can unlock for the insurance and healthcare industries.
What you’ll learn:
- What OECD is and its purpose.
- Why Dan ventured into the business of artificial intelligence.
- When AI became a popular topic in multiple industries.
- How Covid-19 has helped and challenged Dan’s business model.
- Deepfake technology, its dangers, and its business potential.
- Using AI to generate ideas for marketing, planning, and other aspects of business management.
- What we can expect once artificial intelligence becomes part of commercial media.
- How healthcare is currently using AI.
- Should patients fear how insurers use AI to determine insurance coverage?
- What Emerj is, how it got started, and the solutions it provides to businesses and organizations.
- The potential benefits of artificial intelligence in the insurance industry.
- How to get the youth to be excited to work in insurance.
- When deepfake tech becomes the norm, there’s going to be a multi-front battle for the nature of reality.
- We’re still far from fearing AI manipulation of our insurance coverage.
- AI-generated people who don’t exist will spearhead the future of marketing and politics.