Artificial Intelligence opens a world of possibilities to improve how we work, play, learn, and take care of ourselves. Our decisions about which projects to choose, how to build and apply models, and how to guide the process can make a huge difference in the impact of our work. In this talk, we will discuss the role of a guiding philosophy in making these critical decisions, and describe how the philosophy — called Humanistic AI — has been applied over a career of inventions and applications. We conclude with examples of humanistic AI projects that have the potential to help with some of the important problems raised by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Matthew Gavitt, Program Manager at Schneider Electric
“Events like these are important within the industry. There is so much of this that we’re still learning and there are a lot of different thought leaders in the industry. Nobody has the right answer yet. And being able to come at a conference like this with the sharing of ideas [and] having people challenge those ideas – it’s a way to help prove out what is actually going to be our future in this IT world”
Jeff Sieracki, Senior Director, Product Management at CenturyLink
“The session I enjoyed the most was the Digital Transformation session. I thought it was fascinating and very honest, that the panelists were very direct and candid about their experiences and their willingness to change.”