Automate business processes and augment human judgment with artificial intelligence
Artificial intelligence (AI) has the power to change almost everything about the way we do business—and could contribute up to US$15.7 trillion to the global economy by 2030. It’s creating a world where human abilities are amplified as machines help us analyze and evaluate the abundance of data that flows through our organizations.
Tomorrow’s AI leaders are setting their strategies today. And we’re helping them navigate the world of AI safely, strategically and responsibly.
84% of Canadian CEOs agree AI will significantly change their business within the next five years.
Developed a cost-effective solution for handling insurance claims based on machine learning that reduced the time spent on fraud detection by 40%.
Created a simulation model that identified opportunities to reduce costs while limiting the significant impact the changes would have on wait times and the customer’s checkout experience.
Modelled the optimal organization of a new outpatient facility, including the right mix of operating rooms and surgeons.
Oil and gas
Evaluated the factors impacting natural gas prices by building a simulation model to address the effect of new technologies, demand, yield, and regulation.
Six AI priorities you can’t afford to ignore
Bias: There are many ways AI can develop biases. We help you test for bias and improve fairness across groups.
Robustness and security: We help you identify potential weaknesses, improve performance, withstand cybersecurity breaches and monitor the long-term performance of AI.
Governance: AI must be auditable. We help you design effective AI operating models and processes to improve accountability and quality.
Ethics, morality and legality: We help you assess the ethical nature of AI within your organization and make sure it operates within the boundaries established by regulation.
Our approach to AI is about more than technology—it’s about business transformation. With our cross-industry experience, we combine transformation planning with people, technology and business understanding to find the right solution for your needs.
AI is increasingly able to see, hear, speak, feel and understand the world around it. This includes audio and speech recognition, machine vision and navigation capabilities.
Automated intelligence helps you do tasks faster, augmented intelligence helps you make better decisions and autonomous intelligence helps you execute complex tasks.
AI and robotic process automation are equalling or exceeding our ability to do certain tasks, such as driving cars, making financial recommendations and flagging cybersecurity activities.
We help clients unlock their business intelligence to make significant business impact. Our approach to analytics and AI balances technology transformation and human engagement through six different lenses:
Align your approach to AI with business strategy and identify and develop an automation business case.
Make use of large volumes of internal and external data with secure, real-time data processing.
Work to modernize your platforms to enable AI while developing applications for mobile, web and the business.
Develop an operating model with clarity on roles, responsibilities and potential risks.
Streamline metrics and improve interactions between analytics teams and business owners. Redefine and redeploy skills to reflect new processes and capacity.
Put your people first with any new AI initiative, then develop the right internal skills and behaviours that support cultural transformation around AI.
Our Bionic Factory is a centre of expertise focused on AI, data engineering and intelligent automation. This centre will help you tap into additional forms of capital (Behavioral and Cognitive) as you move towards being a Bionic Organization and outperform others that rely solely on more traditional types of capital (Financial, Natural Resources, Human).
SCALE.AI is a super cluster dedicated to building the next-generation supply chain and boosting industry performance through AI technologies. Close to 120 partners, including PwC Canada, have joined forces to create this Canadian innovation consortium.