On daily basis faster computers, better connectivity, advanced robotics are pushing the boundaries of our day to day both in personal and professional life. The development of technology over the past decade had enormous progress, in terms of technological innovation and applications in our life. AI powered assistants replace the need for own reception, bots perform bookings instead of travel managers; platforms keep track of our cash flows.
The evolution of the robots and AI causes concern about the idea of artificial entities “stealing” jobs from people. Sometimes it is hard to see that it brings a great opportunity for the humanity to be more humans and leave dangerous and repetitive tasks for the robots. In this talk we analyse the reasons why the “modern” education system does a poor job preparing students for the upcoming reality.
EBA Management Development Centre together with IE Business School invite you to take part in the International Online-Lecture: Human Rebirth in the Era of Robots.
This Online-Lecture is scheduled for 13 of April at 11:00 and will be streamed via Zoom.us. Link to the live stream will be provided the day before event.
Speaker: Alberto Levy, IE Business School Professor, considered an “Innovation Evangelist” by the Harvard Business Review Summit and The Global Shapers program of the World Economic Forum. International lecturer, technology and marketing consultant, executive strategist. With a successful career bringing innovation to various industries, he has worked in more than 15 countries, 1,500 projects and 300 clients including many Fortune 500 companies.
Main partner: IE Business School
Target Audience: Senior and middle management of multinational companies, corporations and start-ups, different industries. People interested in technology and its impact on humans and society.
Registration is obligatory. To become a participant, please, click the “Register” button. Only the users of the EBA site can register at the event. Number of listeners is limited. Should you have any questions, please, write at email@example.com or call (044) 496-06-01.