• AI and the Future of Business with Daniel Hulme, CEO of Satalia: POSTPONED

    Published: Monday, 18 February 2019

    Guest lecture

    SEMINAR POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, contact Gavin Brown for details.

    In a world where many believe access to more and more data will lead to ever better decision-making, we will examine what "AI" really is, what it can and cannot achieve, and the potential pitfalls.  We will discuss a framework for understanding data-driven decision making, discuss what AI is and is not, as well as identifying future challenges and opportunities for AI. Daniel will also address how organisations need to change their structure and why people feel addicted to technology. He will argue why we need to embrace these emerging technologies and will discuss the philosophical and ethical issues surrounding them.

    In this talk Daniel will outline some of the AI projects undertaken by Satalia, the technologies and approaches used, the frontiers of current applications and future development horizons. He will also highlight opportunities for internships, student projects and employment.

    About the speaker

    Daniel Hulme is the CEO of Satalia.com, a global company that provides AI inspired solutions to solve the world's hardest industrial problems.  He is a serial speaker for Google and TEDx, a faculty member of Singularity University, and is a popular keynote speaker specialising in the topics of Artificial Intelligence, Ethics, Philosophy, Technology, Innovation, Purpose, Decentralization and Organisational Design.  Daniel holds an MSc and PhD in AI from UCL, delivers lectures on topics in Computer Science and Business, and is passionate about how technology can be used to govern organisations and bring positive social impact.

    Satalia are recruiting Computer Science students see angel.co/satalia-npcomplete/jobs. The speaker is hosted by Gavin Brown

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