The Human Factors of Machine Intelligence
Keynote-Vortrag von FBCS, FIAP, FRSA Nell Watson, Engineer, Entrepreneur and Futurist Thinker
Machine intelligence is a new utility, much like electricity. Just as electrification changed production and the workplace forever, having access to intuitive machine predictions is now changing organisations in major ways. Access to intuitive machine predictions is now changing organisations in major ways.
The world of work is shifting towards being and having our interactions mediated by machines. New technologies such as smart contracts are helping to shift the shape of organisations as they become flatter and more agile, and units within become more autonomous, providing richer choice and freedom to employees.
This talk asks 'how can we make the most of these capabilities, and ensure that the spirit and wisdom of the human isn't lost in a sea of cold algorithms?'
Nell Watson FBCS, FIAP, FRSA is an engineer, entrepreneur, and futurist thinker who grew up in Northern Ireland. She has a longstanding interest in the philosophy of technology, and how extensions of human capacity drive emerging social trends. Nell lectures globally on Machine Intelligence, AI philosophy, Human-Machine relations, and the Future of Human Society, serving as Faculty of AI & Robotics at Singularity University.