A five day certificate program covering

  • Opportunities and risks of Artificial Intelligence.
  • A practical guide to integrating Artificial and Human Intelligence in products and in the organization.
  • The complexity of Human and Artificial Intelligence.
  • What AI and HI can and cannot do now and in the future.
  • Individual, corporate and global implications.

October 30 - November 3, 2017
Royal Sonesta
Cambridge, MA

Frame:

Is artificial intelligence an opportunity or a threat to mankind?
What are the problems AI can solve for business now?
What is the role of human intelligence now and in the future?

Detailed Objectives:

Monday and Tuesday October 30-31, 2017
Brain, Mind and Machine:

  • What is complexity and what systems solve complex problems?
  • What is human intelligence? What is artificial intelligence?
  • What are the capabilities and limitations of each?

Wednesday and Thursday November 1-2, 2017

AI in products and services for people, AI and people in the organization what are the low hanging fruit? Performing tasks, solving problems, making decisions & building strategies: What can state of the art AI do? What are people needed for? Human machine interactions. How can we effectively combine people and AI?

Friday November 3, 2017

The global future: What does it look like for people and AI? Responding to what we know and what is uncertain.

Audience:

This seminar is for anyone who wants to understand the upcoming integration of people and AI in performing tasks and decision making in the real world, especially key decision makers and those who advise them: executives, senior managers, management consultants, and government policy makers.

This is a rigorous program backed by advanced math, but explained through ideas and visualizations. No math background is needed to attend.

Important Dates:

September 30: Early Registration Deadline
October 20: Registration Deadline

Registration:

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