Today I came across the following sentence:
AI's decision-making process is usually too difficult for most people to comprehend.
It seemed weird to me because I thought that the word process required an article, since it is singular and countable. Then I noticed this 's with AI and assumed that there is no article because this AI's serves as a modifier that somehow takes the role of a determiner (and the word AI as such does not have to had an article).
So then, it should be AI's process, but the AI process, for instance in a sentence like The AI process is now optimised.
If I am correct, then it should work the other way round, too, for instance with proper nouns that aren't used with articles, so the sentences The London programme is now over and London's programme is now over should both be correct.
Am I right or I miss some point?