The aim of Digital Transformation Summit is simple: to help leaders gain new and informed perspective on the intersection of technology and business.
This year, we focus on AI, ethics, and the implications for business decision makers.
While the benefits of AI can reduce costs and improve efficiency and even accuracy, many AI tools lack transparency and have inherent biases. So where does this leave business leaders facing unknown consequences? In order to evaluate opportunities and risks, you will likely rely on experts that sit at the intersection of several fields. We’re here to connect you.
- Ted Talk-style presentations with equal time for audience Q&A from three experts at the intersection of AI, ethics, and business decision making:
- A reception following talks to continue the conversation.
Join students, scholars, practitioners, and alumni in this open event to dig deeper on a topic that impacts current and future business leaders.
The 2018 Summit took place on Wednesday, March 7.
The event included:
- – Five provocative keynotes by pioneers in emerging technologies like virtual reality, blockchain and artificial intelligence.
- – A panel of venture capital leaders on investing in platforms.
- – A diverse crowd of over 400 engineers, scholars, entrepreneurs, and students from Harvard and beyond.
Thanks for a great Digital Transformation Summit 2018. To continue exploring the event, check out the talks here.
Matt is the General Counsel of nuTonomy, an MIT-spinoff self-driving car startup, and an Affiliate of the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University.
Rana is co-founder and CEO of Affectiva.
Cansu is the founder and director of the AI Ethics Lab, where she leads teams of legal scholars and computer scientists to provide ethics analysis and guidance to practitioners and researchers.