The AAAC's State of AI in Advancement report was recently featured in The NonProfit Times showing how the nonprofit industry is reacting to challenges laid out by the pandemic and how AI can be used as a tool to help solve them.
The AI in Advancement Advisory Council (AAAC) today published the State of AI in Advancement report. The study examines the accelerating need for AI to address workforce efficiency, the emergency of “digital” gift officers, pipeline generation, and more!
Reed Sheard, Ed.D. Takes Helm of AAAC to Accelerate Education and Application of AI in Advancement
The AI in Advancement Advisory Council (AAAC) recently partnered with the Association of Advancement Services Professionals (aasp) to ensure Advancement experiences the transformative power of Artificial Intelligence, not left behind. This partnership was covered by AiThority, a digital publication dedicated to covering AI and futuristic technologies.
Did you know that the origin of artificial intelligence (AI) is intrinsically tied to philanthropy? Nathan Fay, member of the AAAC and Associate Vice President of Prospect Development & Strategy for City of Hope made this chance connection one day while researching his new book 'Precision Philanthropy.' Read on to learn how philanthropy brought AI to life.
The AAAC is proud to announce its first industry partnership with aasp. Together, we are committed to ensuring that advancement organizations and their staff experience the transformative power of AI, rather than be left behind by it. We're excited to make this major announcement at aasp Summit 2019 this week in Chicago.
The AAAC's State of AI in Advancement Report was recently featured in The NonProfit Times.
Dian Schaffhauser, senior contributing editor for THE Journal and Campus Technology, recently featured the work of the AAAC in her latest article, "AI Gaining Foothold in University Advancement." The article explores the AAAC's first benchmark study on artificial intelligence (AI) in the advancement industry, "The State of AI in Advancement Report." The report found that while 89 percent of organizations agree that AI could make advancement teams more efficient, only 28 percent are using AI in their work today or intend to within the next year, suggesting an educational gap in the uses of AI for advancement that the AAAC is focused on closing.
On July 15, 2019, The AI in Advancement Advisory Council (AAAC) and Gravyty hosted more than 100 advancement leaders, distinguished guests, and technology providers passionate about artificial intelligence (AI) at the Boston Public Library to celebrate the launch of the first benchmark report on the state of AI in the industry.
The AAAC, a first-of-its-kind organization committed to open discussion about where artificial intelligence (AI) technology can and should have an impact on advancement, today released the first State of AI in Advancement Report. The study is the first benchmark on the adoption rate, uses, opinions, of AI in the advancement industry, and more, and comes at a time when artificial intelligence is beginning to revolutionize philanthropy.
AAAC members David Woodruff, Associate Vice President and COO for Resource Development at MIT, and Rich Palmer, Co-founder and CTO at Gravyty hosted an important session at ODSC East 2019, one of the largest applied data science conferences in the world. The two thought leaders showed the audience how artificial intelligence (AI) has incredible value in the nonprofit and philanthropic sector.
On Monday, March 11, 2019, the AI in Advancement Advisory Council (AAAC) – which was established in late 2018 – held its first in-person meeting in Baltimore, Maryland, using CASE’s Annual DRIVE/ Conference as the backdrop for the event. This is the first time that Advancement industry leaders and artificial intelligence early adopters convened for a day-long face-to-face meeting. Council leadership worked together to develop the context for the mission statement, outlined its goals, and established the need for bylaws.
Gravyty recently brought the world's most forward-thinking leaders, technologist, and Advancement experts together by establishing of the AI in Advancement Advisory Council (AAAC). The NonProfit Times, the leading business publication for nonprofit management, recently covered our news.
Rod Grabowski, Vice President for University Advancement, University at Buffalo, and Adam Martel, Co-founder and CEO, Gravyty, recently spoke to a packed house in Denver about the role artificial intelligence (AI) has in shaping the future of Advancement.
Announcing the AI in Advancement Advisory Council (AAAC), a board of the world’s most forward-thinking thought leaders, technologists, and Advancement experts aligned under the common goal to shape the future of Advancement through revolutionary artificial intelligence (AI) technology.