Artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming the way we work, communicate and collaborate. In this series of articles, we explore how AI can help project managers and their teams deliver better results, faster and more efficiently. We cover topics such as AI tools and techniques for project planning, execution, monitoring and control, as well as the ethical and social implications of AI for project management. Whether you are a seasoned project manager or a novice, you will find valuable insights and tips on how to leverage AI for your projects.
More and more content is available, with ChatGPT creating a IPhone app. Companies creating add-ins to the LLM. And we, can still have a lot of fun with prompts that a image generating AI like Bing.com/create has NO real clue on what to show:
I haven’t created a Midjourney payed account (yet) so untill we do I’ll stick with Bing.
This is starting out to grow into a nice set of posts wouldn’t you say? If you want to find all of them, you can go to the category section and read up on other articles in the serries. Seven, well, eight weeks into the articles Microsoft is still working tirelessly to get Co-Pilot solutions into every application of its portfolio.
I took an extra week off-line before jumping back on the blogging task. I hope you haven’t missed me too much. And I’m happy to report that AI hasn’t taken over yet (as far as I can report on such a thing). Let’s take another look at what AI has accomplished, and how it will likely affect you as part of the PMO.
Bringing this article to you from Redmond Washington today as I’m joining the MVP Summit this year! Finally, in-person again after a long digital freeze period. It’s great being here again. Let’s look at the world of Artificial Intelligence combined with Project Management Offices. What can we be excited about this week?
Week number 3 already? How are you enjoying these weekly posts regarding Artificial Intelligence and the PMO / Project Management? Let’s see what happened this last couple of days in the land of rapid development and innovation!
Oh my, I really like this one! But you don’t want to see the other 3 pictures the AI generated, trust me.
The world is changing, and the current world changer is Artificial Intelligence. How do we, as Project Management professionals adapt? This is the first of a weekly post regarding anything I can find related to Artificial Intelligence and the wider Project and Portfolio Management world.