– Daniel Hulme, CEO at Satalia and Chief AI Officer at WPP
Artificial intelligence (AI) has permeated virtually every industry, and forward-thinking leaders are leveraging it to revolutionise the way their organisations operate. And rightly so, 35% of companies are currently using AI and 42% are exploring AI for future implementation [Gartner, 2023]; the widespread adoption is a testament to its transformative impact.
However, amidst this technological wave, a significant complication arises: AI is not a one-size-fits all solution that can be simply implemented. Careful consideration of organisations’ unique needs and requirements is often overlooked. As a result, only 11% of businesses succeed in bringing AI out of the trial phase, scaling it within their companies, and integrating it into their DNA [McKinsey, 2023].
Early adopters of AI have the opportunity for a permanent competitive advantage, but successful implementation requires a strategic and holistic approach that aligns with organisational goals. So, how will you develop a clearly defined roadmap for AI implementation?
Daniel Hulme is a globally recognised expert in AI and investor in Emerging Technologies. He’s the CEO of Satalia, an award-winning company that provides AI products and solutions for global companies such as Tesco and PwC. In addition, Daniel is the Chief AI Officer at WPP; helping define, identify, curate and promote AI capability and new opportunities for the benefit of the wider group and society. Daniel has over 20 years academic experience with AI. Having received a Masters and Doctorate in AI at UCL, he is now UCL’s Computer Science Entrepreneur-in-Residence. Specialising in the topics of AI, ethics, metaverse, emerging technology, innovation, decentralization and organisational design, Daniel is serial keynote speaker for the likes of Google and TEDx events – you can watch his latest TEDx talk on the impact of AI here.
Bursting with iconic heritage, Quaglino’s is hidden in the heart of St James’s. Set on the mezzanine level and overlooking the theatre of the main restaurant below, is The Prince of Wales Room. Its glass wall offers seclusion despite having the best view in the house of the grand stage; a perfect location for private dinner-discussions.
The menu, designed by Executive Chef Jack Smith, is a perfect canon of European classics, all made using the highest quality British ingredients. Since taking on the Head Chef position at Quaglino’s, Jack’s food has drawn in swathes of visitors who seek to taste his modern European dishes served with an essential touch of theatricality.
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