Generative Artificial Intelligence: Will it change the way we work?
September 11th at 7pm EST
How will Generative Artificial Intelligence change our workplaces?
Hosted by Independent Dialogue Contractor Brian Garr
Will we need marketing and content creation people or just A.I. Prompters? How many people-hours will be lost to Generative A.I. each month and what will people do with those hours? Will this create a larger gig based workforce? These questions and more will be discussed as we delve deeper into the Generative Artificial Intelligence world.
Join us on September 11th at 7pm EST for a round-table discussion with several Generative AI experts to discuss disparate views on how G.A.I. affects our everyday life.
Maximilian Vogal from Berlin, Germany. Co-Founder of BIG PICTURE venture fund.
Karl Mochel is a user experience architect with 20+ years of experience in his field. A User Experience Architect, like an Architect looks to discover how people use physical space, looks to discover how people use devices and software, and in doing so, design software-driven experiences that are useful and desirable or efficient. He has done this for Oracle, Google, Autodesk, VMware, and GE, as well as other notable companies. Karl's work with Artificial Intelligence (AI) began at GE Global Research, where he worked on IoT analytics for fleets of industrial devices such as jet engines and wind turbines. As generative AI has grown in relevance, he looks at how it will impact businesses and what activities need to be considered to rise with GenAI, not be overwhelmed by it.
Dr. Arle Lommel is a senior analyst with independent market research firm CSA Research. He is a recognized expert in artificial intelligence and machine translation, quality processes, human-machine interaction, and interoperability standards. Born in Alaska, he holds a PhD from Indiana University. Prior to joining CSA Research, he worked for the Localization Industry Standards Association (LISA), Globalization and Localization Association (GALA), and the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) in its Berlin-based language technology lab. In addition to English, he speaks fluent Hungarian and passable German, along with bits and pieces of other languages. In his spare time, he also plays an assortment of odd and unusual musical instruments.