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What Artificial Intelligence can Learn from Human Intelligence, and what Human Intelligence can Learn from Artificial Intelligence

This webinar provides an overview of the potential and pitfalls of AI by not just reviewing progress, but also comparing the way AI works to the way humans think.

March 18, 2020
10:00 AM PDT | 01:00 PM EDT
60 Minutes
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News about Artificial Intelligence (AI) is everywhere. From stories about incredible promise, to apocalyptic futures, AI is the talk of the town.

How much is hype, and how much is reality? Will AI replace human thinking? How might AI affect your organization? What about AI and HR?

This program provides an overview of the potential and pitfalls of AI by not just reviewing progress, but also comparing the way AI works to the way humans think.

Insights into both AI and HI will help you understand AI, where it might fit in your organization, and where human thinking differs from AI (hint - it's not that great a difference!)

Why should you Attend: Like it or not, AI is changing our world and in the process may change whole fields of work.

AI that screens potential hires, AI that reads X-rays, AI that drives cars, and all that new applications that haven't been thought of yet will affect your work.

This program is for you if:
  • You want an understanding of the potential and limitations of AI
  • Your industry is adopting AI (and if it isn't, it will be)
  • You want to understand where humans are better than AI
  • You want to take advantage of AI, rather than being hit by it

Areas Covered in the Session:
  • The various types of AI and their application
  • How AI is trained, what you need to perform training, and problems with training
  • AI biases compared to human biases

Who Will Benefit:
  • CEOs
  • Executives
  • Managers
  • HR Professionals
  • Business Owners
  • Anyone wanting to Understand Artificial and Human Intelligence

Randy Park specializes in helping individuals and organizations understand their decision making processes and their own thinking strengths and traps. He provides practical tools applicable to strategic thinking, decision making, and problem solving – especially in the face of uncertainty and complexity. Randy holds a Bachelor’s degree in Physics and a Master’s degree in Engineering Physics. His interest in how people think was sparked when he observed that even brilliant people sometimes do some not-so-brilliant things.

Randy is the author of the books "Thinking for Results-Success Strategies" and "The Prediction Trap- and how to avoid it." He has also designed several world-first products and has two patents pending. Randy is a member of the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers and has spoken to thousands of people around the world. He lives in Toronto and has appeared on radio and TV across the country.

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