If you are adopting or delivering AI, but your teams aren’t fluent in AI…

AI & machine learning can yield double-digit percentage gains in sales and reductions in costs1. But it’s not a simple IT add-on. Even when complexity can be reduced by choosing the right technology, non-technical barriers can stall or sink AI adoption at multiple stages. Operating costs, data quality, privacy, ethics, and security issues remain front and center after AI systems are in production. When your people don’t fully understand the demands and potential pitfalls of AI on a business level you run significant risks of:

• delays, false starts, unnecessary costs, and lost opportunities
• damage to customer experience and to your brand
• disruption from regulators and legal actions, and
• lost revenue.


Executives who aren’t fluent in AI can’t provide guidance about AI strategy to…

Internal Teams
Press and Analysts


Software engineers who aren’t fluent in AI can’t collaborate effectively with…

Data Scientists and Data Analysts
Product Marketing
Customer Support
Each Other

Sales & Marketing

Sales and Marketing Teams who aren’t fluent in AI can’t persuade and convert…

Each Other


Lawyers and compliance officers who aren’t fluent in AI can’t discuss it with…

Internal Teams Preparing for GDPR
Outside Counsel
Your Customer’s Compliance Teams


Most data scientists and engineers—even the rockstars—aren’t equipped to lead your organization’s business strategy or help your teams adapt to the changes brought about by data and AI.

Many Doors can equip you with strategic guidance plus coaching and training as needed for executives, data scientists, engineers, sales, marketing, legal and compliance teams, or anyone else affected by the impact of your data and AI strategy.

About Many Doors

bw_headshotI’m Bruce Wilson, and I’ve been consulting in the technology sector for more than 10 years. My background includes machine learning, data analytics, software development, law, executive & sales training, marketing, PR, and sales.

Follow me on Twitter and LinkedIn and read my blog to find out more about what I’m doing and how we could work together.

Contact me to set up a call. We’ll talk about what’s going on with your organization and see if I can help.

(617) 977-4909