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AI for Good, Not Non-Evil: Pioneering Responsible AI in Your Ecosystem
September 18 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm$10 – $15
Does AI sometimes seem like a concept straight out of a science fiction narrative? Are you apprehensive that your coffee machine might suddenly develop a mind of its own? Here’s the reality check: AI is no longer a figment of imagination; it’s here and has the potential to revolutionize your business! However, the key lies in deploying it responsibly.
We invite you to be part of our enlightening event, “AI for Good, Not Non-Evil: Pioneering Responsible AI in Your Business Ecosystem”. This program is specifically curated for future industry leaders, C-suite executives, and senior management keen on making a significant impact in their business. 🌐
In this presentation we will empower you with the necessary knowledge and skills to navigate the complex world of AI, enabling you to optimize ROI while mitigating risks. You’ll see how responsible AI starts with your company culture and grows from your values. You’ll get an inside look at the best practices for implementing and adopting AI in your organization, always keeping ethics at the forefront. After all, we wouldn’t want any mischievous coffee machines on the loose, would we? ☕️💥
This event is not just about developing AI that refrains from being evil (yes, coffee machine, we’re watching you); it’s about fostering AI for good. So, are you prepared to steer your AI journey towards a utopian vision rather than a dystopian one?
Let’s build a future where we transcend buzzwords and catalyze positive change!
About our Speaker: Tim Kulp is the Chief Innovation Officer at Mind Over Machines. He’s trying to change the world. His mission: Stop the automation apocalypse by empowering humans. With years on the front lines of automation, Tim leads workers and business leaders to realize the full potential of a human + machine future, instead of the human vs. machine future.
Kulp’s publication credits range from the technical (MSDN Magazine, 2600 Magazine) to business strategy (Forbes, SHRM.org). In addition to his writing, Tim frequently presents across the Mid-Atlantic region. He speaks about how AI is changing the workforce and the world at internationally recognized institutions (Johns Hopkins University), national conferences (ASAE, MTForecast), and government economic policy agencies (Federal Reserve). For fun, Tim also writes about science fiction and fantasy with Artificial Intelligence under the pen name Cy Borgmyn.
Kulp holds a B.A. in Religious Studies from McDaniel College, an M.S. in Applied Information Technology and a post-baccalaureate certificate in Information Security, from Towson University, respectively. He has studied Innovation in Business with Harvard Business Online & Artificial Intelligence for Business at MIT Sloan School of Management. Using his eclectic education, Tim approaches AI with creativity, practicality & an eye towards the human impact in this new industrial revolution.
Registration will close on October 4
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