To help you tackle this year’s challenge, “Generative AI in Enterprise Software" the course comprises four interwoven parts. In an introductory workshop, you will get acquainted with the topic. You will learn the basics of current generative pre-trained transformer (GPT) models, the expectations towards them, as well as the limitations they currently face. You will get to know tools and processes to explore currently available generative models. Additionally, you will learn interview and observation techniques to prepare you for your case study.
Following the workshop, you will conduct a case study with experts from SAP and an industry partner. You will interview them to learn about their business processes, needs, and business cases. Based on these interviews, you can identify enablers and barriers for the integration of AI models into the processes of your case company. During the main part of the seminar, the block week with CEO Christian Klein and SAP executives, you will present your case studies and develop, refine, and polish concepts for intelligent automation. The seminar week will follow an agile process containing elements from hackathons and design thinking workshops. At the end of the seminar week, you will showcase your results to Christian Klein, your industry partners, and SAP representatives in a final presentation. You will conclude the lecture by documenting your case study, findings, and concepts for generative AI in Enterprise Software.