Artificial intelligence has rapidly become another ‘rush ahead’ innovation, according to Forrester analyst Craig Le Clair. That is, organizations want to start AI projects before they have grasped the key issues involved with success.

To boost the likelihood of a rewarding project, Le Clair says chief information officers, chief technology officers and chief data officers should focus on five key areas: business, learning, technology, project and organization. AI efforts should be clearly defined, limited, and have understood goals, data inputs and source knowledge, he says.

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