Artificial Intelligence: hype or opportunity?
There is lots of excitement about Artificial Intelligence (AI) at the moment as well as plenty of anxiety. But how much of this is hype? As future contributors and leaders/practitioners, what can you practically do to make the best use of AI and other digital technologies in key areas such as the economy, industry, healthcare or education, whilst ensuring we don’t lose sight of core values such as fairness, equality and privacy?
This ASIBA open discussion session is designed to equip students with both broad perspectives on the kinds of challenges society must face and overcome in a state of technological disruption. Students will learn about the fundamentals of AI and machine learning and think about the impact of these technologies from a day-to-day societal standpoint.
Salah Morsili is responsible for developing complex energy projects (solar, gas, carbon capture and thermal storage) for the global design, construction, commission and operation of power plants for EDF.
Professor Morsili is a nuclear energy engineer, economist and graduate of Oxford University, Ecole Polytechnique, HEC Paris and Sorbonne University with Masters in Nuclear Energy, Artificial Intelligence, and International Affairs. He also holds an Executive MBA from Oxford University and followed executive leadership programme at INSEAD.
He is also Associate Professor at CentraleSupélec engineering school, Ecole Polytechnique, Ecole d’Economie de Paris and INSEAD.