The pandemic has accelerated new ways of working: from the use of AI and making sense of the overwhelming amount of data, to new virtual workflows and hyper connectivity. In this time of extraordinary change, how can leaders make the most of the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead? What technological innovations are emerging and how can they be best implemented?
From innovating and communicating in a connected world, to the impact of flawed decision-making, this 90-minute virtual event will hear from the leading thinkers and pioneers of business, media, politics and culture to hear about the challenges of tomorrow’s leadership and how technology will shape the way we work.
Hear from leading speakers from Twitter, The Emmy Awards, Socos Labs, WPP and Marks & Spencer on:
11:30 AM EDT / 8:30 AM PDT / 4:30 PM BST
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The Future of Work: Maximizing human potential through technology
Voted “10 Women to Watch in Tech” by Inc Magazine, Dr Vivienne Ming is one of the tech world's most exciting thinkers and doers, and a pioneer in harnessing the power of technologies like AI and big data to fully realize our potential. In this keynote, Vivienne will share her illuminating, inspirational and often deeply personal insights on how AI, augmented intelligence and technology will shape the future of work, and tomorrow's leadership.
12:00 PM EDT / 9:00 AM PDT / 5:00 PM BST
Technology Strikes: The crossroads of technology, politics, culture and media
Adam Sharp, Former Head of News, Government, & Elections at Twitter and current President & CEO of The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Called “the human embodiment of Twitter” by The New York Times, Adam Sharp has forged a distinctive career of more than twenty years at the crossroads of technology, politics, culture and media. He was the longest-serving member of Twitter’s global media team and its most visible broadcast spokesperson. He is now President & CEO of The Emmys, and also serves as a board member at the National Press Foundation. In this keynote Adam will bring to light the way technology is consistently remaking and transforming industries, forever altering the way we make decisions, consume news, communicate and engage in public affairs.
12:20 PM EDT/ 9:20 AM PDT / 5:20 PM BST
Panel: Technology for Leaders: Decision Making 2.0
The remit of the modern decision maker at global companies has expanded exponentially over the past few years, with many business leaders and decision makers saying AI will transform and augment how decisions are made. What are the technological ideas and digital transformations triggering these seismic shifts in how we work and make decisions? How can we best communicate these often complex and disruptive technical ideas shaping the industry?
Gartner believes augmented intelligence will create up to $2.9 trillion of business value and 6.2 billion hours of worker productivity globally by 2021. At the dawn of this new era of AI, where a new kind of partnership between humans and machines is fast emerging, in what ways can tomorrow’s leaders adopt these digital transformations?
Moderated by Alexandra Mousavizadeh, Director of Tortoise Intelligence and Founder of The Global AI Index
1:00 PM EDT / 10:00 AM PDT / 6:00 PM BST
If you missed the 2020 edition, you can watch the highlights here which includes some of the the world’s top business leaders and thinkers like Jason Furman, Chief Economist to President Obama, Dr Vivienne Ming, Founder and Executive Chair at Socos Labs, Eric Collins CEO X Capital, and Professor Stuart J. Russell, professor Computer Sciences at the University of California at Berkeley. Catch up with the 2020 Leadership Summit in partnership with MBS Group and Tortoise Media.