“The only place where success comes before work is in the dictionary.” – Vidal Sassoon

on October 2, 2020

by Ewelina Woloszyn October 2, 2020

I always believe in hard work, and laser-focus on the most important things, so they could be transitioned from dreams to reality. I also believe in paying it forward and try not to forget about people who need my knowledge and passion to help them in their lives and businesses. That is why, I was always excited to share my experience about Artificial Intelligence, among others I shared my knowledge in one of the most leading magazines in Poland, called Wirtualna Polska. I was one of the guests in “Money. That counts” program and we were discussing Artificial Intelligence in Business. Below I translate part of my interview: 

Journalist: Probably the most general problem is that many entrepreneurs don’t know how to use AI and implement it in their businesses. I do remember a conversation with one of the programmers, and he told me he could code everything, but an entrepreneur needs to know what he or she wants. 

Ewelina: Yes, if we consider Poland, medium businesses and corporations are interested in the topic of AI and they often implement AI solutions. Entrepreneurs need to focus on needs they have, what kind of problems they want to solve in the companies. For example if we want to improve the business or we want to build a brand new AI product, because it all depends on our needs, strategy, vision and what we want to achieve. If we don’t have such a vision, we can always rely on AI experts and check with them what possibilities are there for particular cases. 

Part of the original interview could be found under this link: https://wideo.wp.pl/roboty-lekarze-przeprowadzaja-skomplikowane-operacje-dokladniej-niz-czlowiek-6260283309295745v

AI Healthcare Capital Team“The only place where success comes before work is in the dictionary.” – Vidal Sassoon