Artificial intelligence (AI) has made waves across organizations and industries for quite some time.
Since its first adaptation in 1956, it brought a seismic shift in the digital space in every industry, from finance to commerce and IT.
Thanks to its unique capabilities, AI has become a game changer in project management.
There are numerous use cases for conventional AI, including more intelligent products and services which make processes more human-like and intelligent.
It can also automate repetitive tasks, predict future scenarios, use learning methods to find data patterns for intelligent recognition, and processes large volumes of data faster.
It will continue to fundamentally transform the very doctrines of traditional project management in the coming years.
People already use AI for administrative tasks like maintaining registers, logs, and automated meeting preparation. It can also help with booking rooms, emailing invites, drafting agendas, and keeping meetings for meetings.
AI-powered project management will eventually evolve to handle much more complicated tasks, especially large-scale and complex programs.
In this paper, you’ll learn about various use cases for project management teams and AI-assisted tool capabilities for creating knowledge domains.