Seth Earley, content and knowledge management expert, shares vital insights on artificial intelligence and outlines ways to get the most out of this technology and be successful:
Seth Earley is the founder and CEO of Earley Information Science. He has developed advanced information management strategies for a wide variety of organizations including Fidelity Investments, Progress Software, the Internal Revenue Service, Progress Software, Abbott Laboratories, Millennium Pharmaceuticals, Plymouth Rock Insurance, Gartner Group and others. His work has included projects for the IBM Office of the CIO to develop new application architectures and refine system performance for a worldwide deployment, and for GE to assist business unit leaders in architecting the GE Capital Virtual Boardroom which spanned 30 plus business units. He has also developed process analysis and solution architecture courses and workshops that he has taught worldwide to a large variety of industries and developed the enterprise information architecture and application of metadata standards for a large US government agency. He is co-author of “Practical Knowledge Management” which focuses on taxonomy and information architecture as the foundation for knowledge processes. He has a unique combination of business savvy, technical capabilities and the ability to bring people together to see a common vision during his working sessions.
Seth’s additional credentials include:
- Founder of the Boston Knowledge Management Forum, former adjunct professor at Northeastern University, where he taught graduate courses in Knowledge Management Infrastructure and E-Business Strategy
- Former Co-Chair of the Metadata Committee, National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program (NDIIPP) Education and Outreach for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS)
- Leader of workshops for senior executives about aligning information management strategy with measurable business outcomes
- Developer of information strategy programs for clients in health care, technology, manufacturing, insurance, retail, pharmaceutical, and financial services industries