Kevin Benedict, with the Center for Digital Intelligence, interviews Futurist and Tata Consultancy’s thought leader Frank Diana on developments in digital technologies, strategies and trends.
With his book Thinking, Fast and Slow, Daniel Kahneman emerged as one of the most intriguing voices on the complexity of human thought and behavior. He is a psychologist who won the Nobel Prize in economics for helping to create the field of behavioral economics. He is a self-described “constant worrier.” And it’s fun, helpful, and more than a little unnerving to apply his insights into why we think and act the way we do in this moment of social and political tumult.
We’re building an artificial intelligence-powered dystopia, one click at a time, says techno-sociologist Zeynep Tufekci. In an eye-opening talk, she details how the same algorithms companies like Facebook, Google and Amazon use to get you to click on ads are also used to organize your access to political and social information. And the machines aren’t even the real threat. What we need to understand is how the powerful might use AI to control us — and what we can do in response.
This week on the Boagworld Show we are joined by Ellen De Vries to talk about effectively collaborating with others on your content.
More so than ever, prospective customers will bounce if they’re confused or experience too much friction along the customer journey. In this exclusive influencer webinar, Annette Franz, a highly sought after CX expert, and Aaron Fulkerson, the CEO of MindTouch, will discuss tactics on how to create a customer journey map that will help you lock down the ROI that your company is looking to achieve.
The Gillmor Gang — Doc Searls, Denis Pombriant, David Weinberger, Frank Radice, and Steve Gillmor. Recorded live Saturday, September 30, 2017. Topics: Cluetrain meets Blockchain, Twitter and the death of brevity, Who are the arbiters of true and fake.
G3: Algorithm and Blues — Francine Hardaway, Elisa Camahort Page, Mary Hodder, Kristie Wells, and Tina Chase Gillmor. Recorded live Friday, September 29, 2017. Topics: Social media, Facebook and the Russians, bad algorithms, the human element.
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Produced and directed by Tina Chase Gillmor @tinagillmor
This moving video, based on the book "Strategy, Leadership & the Soul" by Jennifer Sertl of Agility 3R and her co-author Koby Huberman, will inspire you to think about how you operate in business today and how you ought to operate ongoing. The world of business is changing and this video can be the start of your moving into a new understanding of business.
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By determining what’s reality and what’s not, marketers can learn how to apply AI to their businesses to see huge results.
Where are the opportunities with AI moving forward? What markets and segments are tech entrepreneurs going after right now and why? Are there unique challenges for startups in this space? Is AI and ML just a speculative bubble?
Speakers: Albert Wenger, Union Square Ventures (Keynote Speaker) Fiona Murray, MIT (Panel Moderator) Cynthia Breazeal, MIT Stephane Kasriel, Upwork Alex “Sandy” Pentland, MIT IDE Daniela Rus, MIT
Description A new wave of creative applications of AI has arrived, making science fiction authors struggle to keep up with reality. Recent advances in Deep Learning, especially generative models, make it possible to generate text, audio, speech, and images. There’s a wonderfully trippy world of neural nets "going wild" out there, which you, the python enthusiastic, can be part of…
Abstract A new wave of creative applications of AI has arrived, making science fiction authors struggle to keep up with reality. Recent advances in Deep Learning, especially generative models, make it possible to generate text, audio, speech, and images. There’s a wonderfully trippy world of neural nets "going wild" out there, with AI choreographed dancing moves, freestyle raps, impressionist paintings, and Trump impersonating bots. Such "bots" and experiments are but one novel use of this kind of "Creative AI". Taking a more human-centered approach, allowing for control and agency, has the potential to turn these content-generating neural nets, into tools for creative use and explorations of human-machine interaction, where the main theorem is "augmentation, not automation". The talk will particularly focus on "generative" models, and show the python fanatic how to make your move with these particular forms of Deep…
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