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We can no longer spend years thinking through the applications and implications of AI. What might have taken years to unfold is becoming reality in months. It is time to reimagine the future of AI … now.
On June 16, Outthinker and Thinkers50 have brought leading thinkers to engage in a conversation to explore the implications of AI on our organizations, industries, and society. You will get a chance to engage directly with leaders at the cutting edge of the digital transformation and leave with a clearer vision on what is to come next, as more AIs are plucked from research labs and deployed to fight the current crisis.
• What role will AI play in our organizations, jobs, and lives?
• What cutting edge entrepreneurial activity gives us a glimpse into how AI is evolving?
• What are the ethical dilemmas and implications?
• How can large enterprises build AI factories and evolve?
The summit offers a unique opportunity to interact with some of the world's foremost authorities on AI and Digital Strategy
After the summit, you get recordings and transcripts to check what you've missed. you keep access to the content for a full year.
We are donating 100% of profits to a select set of charities providing immediate support to populations most at-risk from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Professor at the Harvard Business School and Co-author of Competing in the Age of AI: Strategy and Leadership When Algorithms and Networks Run the World.
Karim is the founder and co-director of the Laboratory for Innovation Science at Harvard, the principal investigator of the NASA Tournament Laboratory at the Harvard Institute for Quantitative Social Science, and the faculty co-founder of the Harvard Business School Digital Initiative. He specializes in technology management and innovation.
David Sarnoff Professor of Business Administration
Marco Iansiti is a codirector of the Laboratory for Information Science at Harvard and of the Digital Initiative at Harvard Business School. His research on digital transformation of companies and industries, with a special focus on digital ecosystems, AI-centric operating models, and the impact of AI and network effects on strategy and business models and his writings on these subjects made HBR’s list of top ten articles of the year for three of the last four years.
School Chair for Interactive Computing at Georgia Institute of Technology
Ayanna is a roboticist, educator, researcher, and innovator who has made significant contributions in the technology areas of artificial intelligence, computer vision, and robotics. She continues to produce novel research and ideas focused on applications that span from assistive robots in the home to therapy gaming apps to remote robotic exploration of extreme environments.
Founder and Managing Director of Zetta Venture Partners
Mark has 29 years of venture capital experience, funding and serving on the boards of numerous successful start-ups. He is now a Founder and Managing Director of Zetta Venture Partners, the first and leading early stage fund focused only on AI for enterprise.
Chief Digital Officer at IKEA
Barbara has over 20 years of experience in technology, marketing and business, working with several global companies such as Google, YouTube, Samsung and Texas Instruments, among others. Barbara has a successful track-record of transforming and innovating large-scale companies, with a key focus on the customer. In her current role, she has the overall responsibility of leading the company’s technology capabilities and digital transformation.
Group Chief Digital Officer at Prudential Plc
Al-Noor has held many executive roles in innovation and design, e-commerce, information and has and worked in many technologically-forward companies, including his role as a chief strategy officer at Calypso Technology, Inc., a global application software provider that sells an integrated suite of trading and risk applications to the capital markets function within banks and other financial institutions.
Chief Digital and Operational Excellence Officer at Moderna
Marcello has a wealth of experience in both Technology and Life Science companies and a true passion for making Digital a reality. In his role at Moderna, he is currently building the technology, processes and digitization landscape required to advance a highly innovative and brand-new class of investigational medicines based on mRNA science.
Chief Operating Officer at DarwinAI
Arif is the COO of DarwinAI, a cutting-edge Artificial Intelligence startup that facilitates the rapid adoption of AI across many verticals. He is a trusted leader with an excellent track record in innovative technology adoption, and has helped Fortune 500 companies plan technology investments, develop employee skillsets, and implement large-scale initiatives.
Founder & CEO at Carbon Relay
Matt is a successful serial entrepreneur/ founder who has dedicated his career to building world class-products and leading high-performance teams while at Apple, Invisible Children (NGO), and ParkedIn. Currently, he is the founder and CEO of Carbon Relay, which was built with an unwavering focus on building AI-powered software products that are designed to help people, not replace them.
Executive Director at Mozilla Foundation
The web is one of our most valuable public resources — it’s Mark’s job to protect it by rallying the citizens of the web, building alliances with likeminded organizations and leaders, and growing the open internet movement.
SESSIONS MODERATED BY
Karim R. Lakhani, Harvard Business School and co-author of Competing in the Age of AI, and Marco Iansiti, David Sarnoff Professor of Business Administration and codirector of the Laboratory for Information Science at Harvard and of the Digital Initiative at HBS, will draw on recent research and studies of advanced AI firms - Google and Baidu to Uber and Grab to Amazon and Alibaba – showing that AI-centric organizations exhibit a new operating architecture, redefining how they create, capture, share, and deliver value.
Ayanna Howard, world-renowned roboticist and Chair for Interactive Computing at Georgia Institute of Technology, and Mark Surman, Executive Director of the Mozilla Foundation, will help you step into the future to explore how AI and robotics will impact on the development of humanity in the near future and the fundamental questions they raise about what we should do with these systems, what we should allow them to do, what risks they involve, and how we can manage these. This session will be moderated by Robert Wolcott, co-founder of The World Innovation Network, and professor of innovation at Chicago Booth. The conversation will explore topic such as:
A panel of entrepreneurs and venture investors will outline the frenzied entrepreneurial activity around AI, exploring the cutting-edge concepts and applications currently underway. By understanding the early signals of this activity you will:
A panel discussion with three chief digital officers - Barbara Martin Coppola of IKEA Retail (Ingka Group), Al-Noor Ramji of Prudential Plc, and Marcello Damiani of Moderna – will share the challenges, opportunities, and strategies large enterprises face as they seek to transform into AI-centered organization. You will:
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Get cutting-edge insights on strategy, innovation and leadership from the world’s top business minds like Renee Mauborgne, Rita McGrath, Scott Galloway, Marshall Goldsmith, Amy Edmondson, Paul Krugman, Whitney Johnson, Daniel Pink, Martin Lindstrom and others, recorded during our virtual summits in April and May.
You’ll gain an understanding of what the future may hold for your company, your team and yourself. You’ll arm yourselves with the latest tools to craft strategies, drive innovation and lead transformation. Plus you’ll learn the leadership techniques and emerging organizational models to activate your people and broader communities to make it happen.
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