Posted: July 4, 2024 By Kieran Darmody

Harnessing the Power of GenAI: Insights from Liberis, Teya & Google

Insights from Google, Liberis, and Teya on how GenAI is revolutionising business operations, enhancing productivity, and improving customer experiences through advanced AI integration and innovative solutions.

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GenAI is revolutionising business operations, enhancing productivity, and improving customer experiences. The recent GenAI session provided a wealth of knowledge on these advancements. This blog explores the key insights shared by Deb Lee, AI/ML Customer Engineer at Google Cloud, and a panel discussion moderated by Rob Straathof, CEO of Liberis, featuring industry leaders Nima Montazeri, CPO at Liberis; Adrian Poole, Director of Digital Natives at Google Cloud; and Pranay Ahluwalia, CPO of Teya.

Insights from the Presentation with Deb Lee

Evolution from Chatbots to Advanced AI Integration

The journey of AI from simple chatbots to sophisticated systems has been transformative. Initially, there was much hype around chatbots, but now businesses have a more nuanced understanding of AI’s capabilities. They are focusing on integrating AI with platforms, APIs, and managed services to enhance functionality. Real-world examples include leveraging AI for comprehensive content generation, predictive analytics, and improving customer interactions.

Enhancing Productivity and Efficiency

AI models are instrumental in optimising content and creativity. By analysing historical ad campaigns, AI can extract key features that drive performance and use predictive algorithms to forecast creative/copy success. This approach significantly reduces time and cost compared to traditional methods. Advanced AI, such as Gemini, can analyse multiple data types (video, audio, text, PDF) simultaneously, providing comprehensive data insights and streamlining operations.

Business Case Prioritisation

Businesses are prioritising AI applications that directly impact business growth and profitability. Identifying core use cases and focusing on ROI is crucial for effective AI implementation. Internally, AI is being used for tasks like HR help desk support and RFP automation, reducing manual workload and improving efficiency.

Addressing Ethical and Practical Challenges

Ensuring responsible AI use is critical, especially in customer-facing applications where errors can have significant repercussions. Implementing digital watermarks and indemnification protections for generated content addresses copyright concerns. Preventing AI hallucinations is essential, particularly in sensitive areas like customer support, to avoid misinformation and errors.

Leveraging AI for Competitive Advantage

Companies are encouraged to prototype and experiment with AI use cases, leading to innovative solutions. A flexible approach to AI development allows for quick iteration and scaling of successful prototypes. A strong data foundation is essential for successful AI implementation, enabling seamless integration and leveraging of AI technologies.

Panel Session: Enhancing Productivity and Improving Customer Experience with GenAI

Transforming Customer Experiences with AI-driven Self-Service: AI-driven digital self-service and onboarding are transforming customer experiences. By implementing AI chatbots, businesses can offer digital onboarding and self-service options, reducing direct customer contact and allowing human agents to handle more complex issues.

Boosting Agent Efficiency with AI-powered Support Tools: AI also supports customer service agents by providing instant access to information, reducing response times, and enhancing service accuracy. Tools like Google Workspace utilise AI to summarise email threads and synthesise data from various sources, significantly boosting productivity. AI-powered translation and dubbing in video conferencing tools enable seamless communication across different languages, enhancing collaboration in global organisations.

Leveraging AI for Fraud Detection and Enhanced Security: AI is being deployed for fraud detection, crucial for payment companies, and shows promise in enhancing security. AI analysis of customer calls provides insights into customer satisfaction, helping refine customer service processes.

Overcoming Challenges in Implementing GenAI

Addressing Employee Concerns about AI: Employee resistance and fear of replacement are significant challenges in AI implementation. Organisations should address this by clearly communicating that AI is intended to assist, not replace, employees. Training programs can be implemented to upskill employees, making them more comfortable with AI tools.

Ensuring Data Accuracy and Mitigating Hallucination: Accuracy and hallucination issues should be combated with strict controls and verification processes to monitor AI outputs and prevent errors. Robust data governance frameworks ensure data privacy and security, maintaining trust and compliance.

Integrating AI with Legacy Systems Seamlessly: Integrating AI solutions with legacy systems can be complex. Companies should adopt a phased approach to AI integration, using middleware solutions to bridge gaps between new AI tools and existing systems.

Maintaining Ethical Standards in AI Implementation: Maintaining ethical standards is essential, particularly in sensitive areas like financial services. Ethical guidelines and oversight committees should be established to ensure fair usage and avoid unintended consequences.

Future Trends in GenAI

Hyper-Personalised Customer Experiences with AI: AI will enable hyper-personalised customer experiences by analysing individual preferences and behaviours. Businesses can offer tailored recommendations and services, enhancing customer satisfaction and loyalty.

Intelligent AI Assistants for Employee Empowerment: Advanced AI assistants will support employees in decision-making, task management, and creative processes, significantly reducing workload and improving output quality. Take a look at the video below to see how Google is doing this through project Astra.

Breaking Silos: Data Integration for Better Decisions: Enhanced data integration across organisational silos will lead to better decision-making and more coordinated business strategies.

Democratising AI Development with Low-code/No-code Platforms: The rise of low-code and no-code platforms will empower non-technical employees to develop and deploy AI solutions, accelerating digital transformation and fostering innovation.

AI for Enhanced Security and Fraud Prevention: AI advancements in security and fraud prevention will enhance protection for businesses and customers.

AI in Creative Fields: Fueling Innovation: AI’s role in creative and strategic areas, such as marketing and product development, will free up human creativity for higher-level strategic thinking and innovation.

The Future of GenAI Agents: The future of GenAI promises advanced AI agents capable of complex, multi-step processes and interacting with various systems based on user authentication and permissions.

Multimodal AI Applications: The Next Frontier: Emerging technologies, such as real-time, multimodal AI applications, will provide new tools for businesses to maintain a competitive edge.

GenAI for Extended Video Content Creation: AI models capable of generating extended video content will open new possibilities for marketing and customer engagement.


GenAI is poised to transform the business landscape, offering unprecedented advancements in productivity and customer experience. By understanding and addressing the challenges of AI implementation and staying ahead of emerging trends, organisations can fully harness the potential of AI to drive growth and success. The future of genAI promises a new era of innovation, efficiency, and customer satisfaction, making it an essential tool for businesses looking to thrive in the digital age.

Further Reading

As Deb Lee mentioned, check out the blog on the 101 real-world GenAI use cases from the world’s leading organisations for more insights.

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