Rise of the AI
The rise of AI in the last few years has been as unstoppable as the robots portrayed in Sci-Fi films. In 2016, the term AI did not feature in the top 100 search terms on Gartner. Incredibly by May 2017, AI ranked at Number 7. Gartner predict that by 2020, AI technologies will be virtually pervasive in almost every new software product and service.
We’ll be exploring AI themes including Alan Turing and Enigma, through to Watson and game shows, and how Sci-Fi is becoming a reality.
Our guest speakers will also be presenting examples of AI, where it’s worked well and when it hasn’t. From life-saving upgrades the downright frightening. We’ll be presenting these examples from a business and, sometimes, personal perspective and how the world of AI can both help and hinder our day-to-day existence.
Digital Transformation Leader
David Skerrett is AI enthusiast and a digital strategist with 19 years’ experience and 140 awards to his name inventing the future of experience, today.
David has been named a Drum Digerati twice in the last 4 years, a BIMA Hot100 thought leader, and placed 17th in The Drum Mobile top influencers.
CEO and Co-Founder of PI School
Jamshid is a disrupter, transformational strategist and creative leader.
Alamuti’s rare ability to bring different people together led him to his current project at the PI School: combining technology and creativity, and apply them to innovation, entrepreneurship and leadership.
Visit the Pi School website.
Good, Bad or Ugly?
Our guest speakers will also be presenting good, bad and ugly examples of AI, and asking for your vote to rank them as such. We’ll let you decide how good, bad or ugly AI can be and provide you
Duration: 1 Hour
- Welcome and Introductions
- David Skerrett Introduce AI theme and definitions
- David to delve into history of AI
- Jamshid Alamuti to present on the present and future of AI
- Discussions around the good, the bad and the ugly
- Q&A from listeners including feedback on live polls.
- Wrap up and close