Becoming Digitally Curious in the Age of AI

  • 14 March 2024
  • London

Andrew presented to a group of Business Leaders from Picon, the Printing Industry Confederation on Becoming Digitally Curious in the Age of AI.

He started by asking the audience if they identified with various digitally curious activities like “Google yourself”, consuming newspapers digitally, app-only banking, two-factor authentication, and using ChatGPT daily.

He emphasised the importance of digital curiosity for Executives to better understand emerging technologies.

He provided a history of AI from Alan Turing’s 1950 paper proposing machine intelligence to recent milestones like Deep Blue beating Kasparov in 1997 and Watson winning Jeopardy in 2011. Andrew discussed different types of AI like machine learning, deep learning, and generative AI. He demonstrated chat GPT and highlighted its capabilities but also limitations, like providing incorrect information.

Andrew encouraged the audience to use AI tools like Copilot, Grammarly, and Otter AI to automate tasks. He discussed AI-generated video and its potential uses. Grill emphasised the importance of data quality for AI projects and highlighted cybersecurity risks like password hacking. He advised having a strong digital first impression on LinkedIn and Google.

Andrew provided actionable tips such as hosting a hackathon to generate new ideas about harnessing new technologies.

  • Time : 12:00 - 13:00 (Europe/London)

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