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Learn, Build, and Predict with Einstein AI


Update (July 31, 2020) – Based on feedback from the Trailblazer Community, we’ve decided to extend the contest to Friday, August 14! 

Since we’ve embarked on our journey with Salesforce Einstein a couple of years ago, we’ve been listening to customers, Admins, and users. We’ve heard that you want to build intelligent apps but face many challenges. The general challenges revolve around the things you have to manage in order for your models to run in production. This includes data ingestion, having a team of data scientists to create the models, having the right infrastructure in place to put their models into production and embedding these apps into your business processes.

Luckily, this is where Einstein AI shines! The tools take care of all this work for you and make it easy for admins to build smart experiences with clicks, not code.

In the recent Learn AI with Salesforce event, AI experts showed you how to build a prediction with Einstein Prediction Builder and how to deploy it using Einstein Next Best Action. Now, it’s your turn.

Build a Prediction and Put It Into Action

We’re thrilled to announce the launch of ‘Predict with Einstein Contest’ – the first-ever contest where you’ll be able to build a prediction and submit it for an opportunity to win a prize.

Prizes include:

  • a pair of Apple AirPods Pros AND a one-hour consultation with a Salesforce AI expert for 1st place (15 winners)
  • Hive bluetooth speaker for 2nd place (30 winners)
  • an Einstein plushy for 3rd place (50 winners)

A Word From Our Experts

Before going through this challenge, we recommend reviewing the below resources to either get up to speed or refresh your memory on Einstein Prediction Builder. These resources will skill you up on all the how-to’s and get you more comfortable with the steps to build a prediction. These include:

And most importantly, don’t forget to review the Official Rules for the full details about participating in this contest!

How to Get Started

Once you’re ready to go, follow these steps:

  1. Build a prediction in your org with Einstein Prediction Builder!*
  2. Once you’ve built your prediction, use your prediction in one of the following ways:
      1. a page layout
      2. a list view
      3. a Lightning component
      4. a commonly-used Flow
      5. Process Builder
      6. an Einstein Next Best Action strategy
  3. Fill out this survey by August 14, 2020 at 5 p.m. PST to provide us with more insight into your prediction building plan and to validate completion.
  4. After you built a prediction, post an update on Twitter sharing what you learned using #LearnAI and #PredictWithEinsteinContest with a slide, photo or video. If you have questions or concerns while you’re building, you can also tweet to me: @_rajivpatel_.

*To access Einstein Prediction Builder, you must be an employee of a Salesforce customer with an Enterprise Edition and above org, the Einstein Predictions license, or an Einstein Analytics+ license. If you do not have the Einstein feature enabled in your org, you may need to work with your admin to enable the Einstein Prediction Builder as set forth above. Follow these steps to enable it.

Important Note: Your submissions, including your survey and twitter post, should not include any confidential, proprietary or other sensitive information, including but not limited to any personal information or any third party’s intellectual property as stated in the Official Rules.

Have we gotten your creative juices flowing yet? Get started building your prediction today!

No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. Contest runs from July 15, 2020 9 AM PT to August 14, 2020 5 PM PT. Open to legal residents of the U.S. (incl. D.C.), Australia, Belgium, Canada (excluding Quebec), France, Germany, India, Ireland, Japan, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway and Spain. Must be 18+ (20+ in Japan). Other restrictions apply. See Official Rules (available in English | Deutsch | Français | Español | De nederlandse taal |日本語 | हिन्दी )

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