It is no question that we are in an unprecedented era of technological change. Large language models and the rise of generative AI have dominated industry conversations in recent months, and for good reasons. It's clear that AI is here to stay, but what isn't so clear is how the industry should adopt it. Should you run headfirst into experimentation? Or wait for data and case studies before implementation?
In this episode, host Rachel (Rae) Woods invites Advisory Board digital health experts Ty Aderhold and Elysia Culver to discuss how the industry needs to be thinking about AI adoption and integration. Throughout the conversation, they discuss what we can (and cannot) learn from past technologies, what it means to be an "early mover" or "fast follower," and why taking an incremental approach can empower your business strategy.
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