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Qlik Launches AI Council to Responsibly Accelerate Enterprise Adoption of AI

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Renowned AI Experts Form Council to Guide Qlik in Responsible Advancement of AI-Driven Product Portfolio

Qlik introduces its first AI Council, reinforcing its commitment to cutting-edge and ethical AI development. The council, consisting of renowned AI experts, will guide Qlik in responsibly advancing its AI-driven product portfolio. This initiative aims to empower customers to leverage their data for more significant business outcomes.

The formation of Qlik’s AI Council is a strategic leap, reflecting our deep-seated commitment to not just advancing AI, but doing so with ethical integrity and practical applicability”

Mike Capone, CEO of Qlik

Qlik’s Generative AI Benchmark Report found that 31% of senior executives plan to spend over $10 million on generative AI initiatives in the coming year and 79% have already invested in generative AI tools or projects. Despite this enthusiasm, it also found that they understand the need to surround them with the right data strategies to realize their potential. If the data building blocks of AI are not governed properly as it is democratized across the entire workforce, it could present a serious threat to the efficiency and integrity of business operations. The AI Council has been established to help Qlik’s customers navigate these challenges and advise on best practices.

Members of the Council will work within Qlik to guide the company’s R&D direction, inform its product roadmap and ensure its customers’ use of Qlik’s AI is built with responsibility and ethics front of mind. The Council will also educate Qlik leaders and employees on how to harness the full potential of AI, while providing insights into the priorities of business leaders tasked with demonstrating value from AI investment.

“The formation of Qlik’s AI Council is a strategic leap, reflecting our deep-seated commitment to not just advancing AI, but doing so with ethical integrity and practical applicability,” said Mike Capone, CEO of Qlik.”

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