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In order for projects to be successful, the time between concept to execution needs to be reasonably set. Far too often, we see the iteration time of AI projects to be months, if not years, from the initial pilot. Additionally, we see organizations run a proof of concept in a controlled lab setting (why?) rather than a pilot using real world systems. It shouldn’t come as a surprise that running projects in a controlled setting will not successfully translate to real world success.