Thu, 23 Nov|
Rethinking AI and its impact on businesses, charities and humanity
Join this free webinar on Artificial Intelligence, hosted for charities by the Cranfield Trust.
Time & Location
23 Nov 2023, 13:00 – 14:00
About the Event
Daniel provides a radical new framework for thinking about AI, and discusses how organisations can practically adopt these technologies and avoid being seduced by the hype. He argues that whilst these technologies are incredible at creating growth and streamlining operations, for organisations to stay innovative they need to also use AI to unlock the creative capacity of their workforce.
Daniel Hulme (PhD) is a globally-recognised expert in artificial intelligence (AI) and investor in emerging technologies. He's CEO of Satalia, an award-winning company that provides AI products and solutions for global companies such as Tesco and PwC. Satalia joined WPP in 2021, where Daniel is now the Chief AI Officer – helping define, identify, curate, and promote AI capability and new opportunities to benefit the wider group and society.
Passionate about how technology can be used to govern organisations and bring positive social impact, Daniel is a popular keynote speaker specialising in the topics of AI, ethics, metaverse, emerging technology, innovation, decentralisation and organisational design. Daniel’s understanding of the complexities of AI for government has seen him support the UK’s All-Party Parliamentary Group on AI. Daniel has over 25 years’ academic experience with AI. Having received a masters and doctorate in AI at University College London (UCL), Daniel was previously director of UCL’s Applied AI MSc (Business Analytics). He is now UCL’s computer science Entrepreneur-in-Residence and a lecturer at the London School of Economics and Political Science’s Marshall Institute, focused on using AI to solve business and social problems. Daniel is also an Impact board member of St Andrew’s University’s computer science department.
He is a regular speaker for Google and TEDx, holds an international Kauffman Global Entrepreneur Scholarship, and is a faculty member of Singularity University. Daniel has contributed to numerous books, podcasts, and articles on AI and the future of work.