Stanford AI Index 2019 Report: Key Takeaways for Nonprofits
Stanford published its annual “Artificial Intelligence Index” report. It is a tome at almost 250 pages. As with other AI-related reports, here is a nonprofit-focused summary for the busy practitioner. The graphs in the report are amazing, so we leveraged a number of them to provide the summary.
Public companies are talking about AI.
The U.S. government is also investing in AI capabilities.
Everyone is researching AI.
AI-related jobs are a real and growing part of the workforce.
And people are interested in learning more AI-related topics.
However, people are worried about AI-related security threats.
Finally, researchers believe AI can help achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Suffice to say, AI is an incredibly relevant topic right now. Make sure your nonprofit is thinking about when and how to best implement AI. Oftentimes it can be easier than you think!
Free Resource: Have you downloaded the “State of Artificial Intelligence in the Nonprofit Sector” report yet? It’s the most comprehensive analysis of AI for social good available.
Jared Sheehan is the CEO of PwrdBy. He started PwrdBy in 2015 after leaving Deloitte Consulting, where he was a senior consultant in their supply chain sustainability practice and worked with clients such as TOMS Shoes, Starwood hotels and Panasonic.
Jared is a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt and has built numerous successful products in partnership with clients, including the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals fundraising application, In Flight, which helps manage 75K+ corporate partners and raise $400M annually. Jared is the creator of the Amelia and NeonMoves mobile apps.
Jared graduated Summa Cum Laude from Miami University with a double major in accounting and environmental science. Jared is an iron athlete, mountaineer and has cycled across the U.S.