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There kind of step two then determining out of all those data assets which ones are the ones that are actually used. The most I'm sure in any organization you know you're GonNa have the eighty twenty rule and twenty percent of the data sets are used eighty percent of the time that can really also help save time in any project and then I think step three if you're finding that Data isn't being collected. That's when it's it's really meeting meeting with the technical teams kind of understanding. What would it take to collect the data does your does your company organization? Can they actually collect the data like like. Are they allowed to do that. Because especially within healthcare. There's a lot of regulatory rounded but something like retail. They're really really isn't as much so it can be based on the industry but I would say that's that's kind of how I think of any data acquisition project and eventually using that to make your projects accessible just to close out because I know some of the companies tuned in May already have somebody to go to to find the quote unquote data catalog or they would at least know who might be the teams that would begin handling that project if they haven't already who who within a big organization whose. Whose umbrella is that under? Is it only when you have a chief data officer officer. Can you realistically expect the you have such a catalogue as the Cio may have something like that kicking around or someone in their office. I mean maybe it's different business to business. Do you have an instinct about blue's mandate that would be to build such thing you know in in many cases it really starts with a CIO type position Especially in the larger organizations I've found that working with CIO's that can be a great first place to start because many times they'll understand you know at an enterprise level what's going going on with with data architecture and everything in that area I would say in the more sophisticated pronunciations. You start to see CEO's and she stayed officers working kind of in tandem in so I would say you know if at your organization you have achieved it officer. It would probably make more sense to start start with them. But if you don't if you only have a CIO definitely start with them. I got your hopefully more and more companies will have data governance plans data catalogues obviously really makes for a good place to start. You brought up a great point. It really would be ashamed to duplicate a whole data sat on all these data instrumentation efforts if it's already been done in affect arguably few things more wasteful than that so I appreciate the clarity here. I appreciate you handling these bonus questions at the end. I know that's all we have for time. Thank you so much for joining us on nine industry. Thank you I appreciate it. So that's all for this episode of AI and Industry. You will want to stay tuned for next Tuesday as our last guest in the series on using AI. I for competitive advantage is the head of AI at slack slack is obviously very exciting Unicorn Company in the teamwork software space. Many of you probably use slack and Adam. Oh liners are head of AI. And he is our final guest in this series and also our final guest twenty nineteen and that episode. I will also be sharing with you a little bit of what's coming up. What are going to be the new series of? We're GONNA be booting off in January and February. And what can you expect see here on a and industry. So there's a lot more of of a preview of the new year and excellent guest in the coming week. We've been fighting hard in case you guys haven't been able to tell to bring to you very high level guests for the program again we're talking about head of AI at Raytheon was on recently that head of AI. At cognizant was on recently being very high level survey I folks at Slacken. Can we have squares head of. Hey I coming up pretty soon. So we've been working hard at this based on your feedback as listeners. We Really WanNA bring very experienced people on the program. If you've enjoyed what you've heard here on industry please leave us. Her view on I tunes means the world to us and it helps us learn and discover what you get the most out up in what we should be doing anymore. Up The idea of really bring on heads of AI at very big and reputable companies is something that our listeners wanted. Something that we've been working very ardently to deliver on so you've enjoyed that. Do drop US view it does mean the world and otherwise make sure to stay tuned in next Tuesday as we have slacks head of. Ai here on industry.