Artificial Intelligence & Anthropological Intelligence

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October 2023
16.00–19:30

Exploring AI and AI

How to supercharge what we do, rather than giving away our superpowers?

AI is all over the place. Some see the potential, some are sceptical, some have jumped straight into use, and some wait and see how the scene develops.

At IS IT A BIRD we are explorers by default. And right now, we are exploring how we could apply AI-tools to our work. And not least why we should do it, because our starting point for innovation is always what is meaningful, rather than what is technically possible.

We are asking ourselves how we can further strengthen our work alongside an augmented colleague. Where to look out for the risks the new smart colleague poses to the quality of our work? In other words, we are discovering the power of AI and AI - Anthropological Intelligence and Artificial Intelligence.

What to expect for IIAB Talk 20?

We will host a conversation with experts in the field of AI. Together, we will explore the potentials and risks when inviting AI into our work with human-centred innovation.

Speakers:

Pia Lauritzen is a Danish philosopher and tech entrepreneur.

She holds a PhD in philosophy and is the inventor and founder of Qvest and Question Jam. She has published five books on questions, leadership, and technology. Earlier this year she was selected for the Thinkers50 Radar list for “providing powerful proof that questions, rather than generic answers, will shape our futures.”

Mads Kaysen is a data scientist and as a partner at Implement Consulting Group, he heads CAiSA by The Tech Collective, a team of Conversational AI specialists. In this capacity, Mads offers up a refreshingly rational approach to AI and the tools that might not only transform "ordinary" #work processes but also the type of tasks we have traditionally associated with unique human abilities.

Trine Holmberg is a researcher on the crossover of tech and therapy. She is part of Center for Digital Psychiatry and will present based on her PhD research (PERSONAE), focussing on using AI as a tool to determine the best treatment avenue for #patients receiving internet-based therapy for depression.

Hosted by: Louise Vang Jensen, Co-CEO and Partner at IS IT A BIRD

Programme:

Wednesday October 11th @ IS IT A BIRD

Doors open 16:00 / programme start 17:00

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