In the heart of the global business economy, where household names set the pace, Artificial Intelligence has become a pivotal force. With AI predicted to contribute up to $15.7 trillion to the global economy in 2030 [PwC, 2023], it’s clear that it is redefining the way major businesses operate, make decisions, and interact with their customers.
The challenge for these market influencers is not whether to adopt AI – that’s already a given. With technology evolving at a breakneck pace, the real conundrum lies in the ‘how’ and ‘when’ to implement AI into complex, global business operations. Missteps are not an option, especially when AI leaders are seeing a 4.2x higher ROI compared to followers [IDC, 2023].
The pressure to “get it right” is immense, leading to hesitation and uncertainty among many but choosing to wait will leave you behind. The question is how will you cut through the noise and plethora of tools, vendors, platforms, and methodologies available to identify the right AI investments for your organisation?
Daniel Hulme is a globally recognised expert in AI and investor in Emerging Technologies. He 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. In addition, Daniel is the CEO of Satalia, an award-winning company that provides AI products and solutions for global companies such as Tesco and PwC. Satalia was acquired by WPP to lead their AI strategy. In addition, 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.
Nestled in the vibrant heart of London’s theatre district, Covent Garden Hotel stands as a beacon of sophistication and comfort. Just steps away from the iconic Covent Garden piazza, this exquisite hotel has one of the finest restaurants the city has to offer. The hotel’s interiors, a harmonious blend of classic elegance and contemporary style, welcome guests into a world of refined luxury. The library, adorned with curated artworks and whimsical furnishings, will serve as our intimate pre-dinner networking space before we head to The Fortune Room for the discussion and 3-course meal.
Brasserie Max, the hotel’s celebrated culinary heart, offers a menu that showcases the best of seasonal produce. Each dish, a blend of tradition and innovation, is designed to delight and inspire, meticulously crafted under the watchful eye of the Executive Chef. The culinary journey doesn’t end with the food; our sommelier has handpicked a selection of fine wines and spirits to complement the menu, ensuring that each sip harmonises with the flavours of the dishes.
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