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The great team at Blackbaud recently released an infographic with new research titled How Gift Officer Management Impacts Fundraising Goals. The findings are paramount to the work we're doing at gravyty by helping organizations use artificial intelligence (AI) technology to execute a strategy that gives frontline fundraisers the working capacity to create multiple personalized touch points with their entire assigned portfolios each year, increase personal visits, and inspire more major gifts.

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Chantal Forster is the Executive Director of Technology Affinity Group (TAG), a membership organization of foundations that promotes the strategic use of technology to further philanthropic goals. As a leader on technology in the nonprofit sector, we were honored at the chance to speak with Chantal when we were given the opportunity. Per usual, when we turned our connection with an industry thought leader into yours by capturing our conversation for Gravyty’s AI Ideas column.

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The Wall Street Journal recently held its Future of Everything Festival in New York remarks during one of its key sessions from Arvind Krishna, IBM’s senior vice president of cloud and cognitive software made a headline afterward. “Data Challenges Are Halting AI Projects, IBM Executive Says,” wrote WSJ reporter Jared Council in the publication’s CIO Journal. Here at Gravyty, we found this assessment of the state of artificial intelligence troubling. These are issues that plague IBM and the majority of AI vendors out there, but that Gravyty – a much smaller organization – has overcome.

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John Mohr, CIO of MacArthur Foundation, recently sat down with Gravyty to discuss the state of AI in the nonprofit sector and his ideas to use AI to change the world.

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What could you accomplish if a culture of philanthropy was expanded throughout your organization? Here's why engaging faculty, staff, and more is increasingly important for fundraising.

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Sam Caplan is Chief Information Officer at the Walton Family Foundation, the family-led foundation that awarded more than $595 million in grants in 2018 to improve K-12 education, protect rivers and oceans, and invest in Northwest Arkansas and the Arkansas-Mississippi Delta. As a thought leader in nonprofit philanthropy, when Sam speaks – we all listen. We recently sat down for a Q&A about AI in philanthropy.

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When an institution adopts a disruptive technology, sharing the process with key stakeholders is an urgent priority, because it ensures adoption of the change and success of the project. Westmont College, a Christian liberal arts institution located in Santa Barbara, California, is no exception.

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While in the case of most major technological innovations, rushing in is the surest way to make mistakes your competitors can exploit to surpass your success, artificial intelligence (AI) is all about adopting quickly so you can rush past the competition before you reach a point of marketplace irrelevance your organization can’t recover from. But doing this successfully is not achieved overnight. This is precisely why leading organizations have developed AI strategies to win today and are planning strategies to win tomorrow.

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Along with some of our great friends and customers, including Cure Alzheimers and The College of Charleston, Gravyty was recently featured in Nicole Wallace's cover story for The Chronicle of Philanthropy, entitled "A.I. is Ready for Fundraising. Are Fundraisers Ready for A.I.?"

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The Medical University of South Carolina’s (MUSC) Executive Director of Advancement Services and Annual Giving, Kim Rich will present with Gravyty Co-founder and CTO, Rich Palmer, at the CASE DRIVE/ 2019 Conference. Kim and Rich are presenting a session entitled “Building a Better Future: Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Systems to Accelerate Advancement” at 11:10 am ET on Tuesday, March 12.

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