Generative AI

Speakers on the Generative AI tools such as ChatGPT and Bard revolutionising multiple industries.
ChatGPT speakers


Revolutionary Generative AI tools, such as ChatGPT and Google’s Bard, promise to change the way we work. ChatGPT was the first AI-powered chatbot on the scene, introduced by San Francisco-based OpenAI. It uses a large language model to generate human-like responses, completing a variety of language tasks from solving code to writing essays and poems, and impressed many in the tech world, including Microsoft who invested $10 billion into the tool.

The Google management team were said to have declared “code red”, and shortly after unveiled their own experimental conversational AI tool, Bard.

These exciting and impressive developments are making waves in the tech world.  One thing is certain, Generative AI is set to transform industries and has already drastically changed the landscape of Big Tech.  These speakers provide their expertise on the latest development in Generative AI and share their insights and predictions for the future.

Generative AI speakers

Carl Benedikt Frey Speaker
Carl Benedikt Frey
Professor of AI & Work at the Oxford Internet Institute, Oxford University
Kenneth Cukier Speaker
Kenneth Cukier
Bestselling author & keynote speaker on emerging technology and business Deputy Executive Editor, The Economist
Daniela Rus Speaker
Daniela Rus
Director of MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL), author of the upcoming book 'The Heart and The Chip'
Ramesh Srinivasan Speaker
Ramesh Srinivasan
Expert on how ethical technology solutions can support innovation, diversity, equity and inclusion.
Chris Mattmann Speaker
Chris Mattmann
Chief Technology and Innovation Officer at NASA
Michael Osborne Speaker
Michael Osborne
Professor of Machine Learning at Oxford University. Co-founder and Chief Science Officer of Mind Foundry Ltd
Mark Mills speaking
Mark P. Mills Speaker
Mark P. Mills
Expert on Energy Transitions and Emerging Technologies
Javier Espinoza Speaker
Javier Espinoza
FT's EU Correspondent - covering Competition, Digital and Financial Services policy
Carissa Véliz Speaker
Carissa Véliz
Expert in technology and ethics at the University of Oxford
Carole Cadwalladr Speaker
Carole Cadwalladr
Pulitzer-Nominated Investigative Journalist
Paul Armstrong Speaker
Paul Armstrong
Leading strategist, author and speaker on the future of technology
Gregory C. Allen Speaker
Gregory C. Allen
Director AI & Advanced Technology, Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)
G. Elliott Morris Speaker
G. Elliott Morris
Data-driven analysis of politics, public opinion, & democracy. Author of 'Strength In Numbers'
Christina Criddle Speaker
Christina Criddle
Experienced technology reporter at the Financial Times.
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Toju Duke Speaker
Toju Duke
Thought-leader, advisor, and author “Building Responsible AI Algorithms”
Kelly Forbes Speaker
Kelly Forbes
Executive Director of the AI Asia Pacific Institute
Matthew Griffin Speaker
Matthew Griffin
Futurist and Innovation expert
Ziad Obermeyer Speaker
Ziad Obermeyer
Blue Cross of California Distinguished Professor at UC Berkeley
Nir Eyal Speaker
Nir Eyal
Best-selling author of 'Indistractable' and 'Hooked'
Tristan Harris Speaker
Tristan Harris
Design Ethicist & Entrepreneur


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