REGISTER NOW: Thursday, September, 13, 2018
DFW Alliance of Technology and Women’s Annual Executive Leadership Forum (ELF)
Topic: “Hey Virtual Assistant: Should I worry about Artificial Intelligence?”
– The Impact of AI on Business and Our Everyday Lives –
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is powering the fourth industrial revolution and has been called the “new electricity” being powered by huge volumes of data. The global economic impact of AI applications is expected to reach $2.95 trillion by 2025, and we’re already seeing AI being incorporated into areas and tools like medical diagnosis, personal assistants like Siri, self-driving cars, and online translators.
However, as machines are getting closer to mirroring human-like abilities, they are also absorbing the deeply ingrained unconscious biases in our society, deepening the divide between over- and underrepresented groups in artificial intelligence. Today, AI is powering robotics with rules that are programmable or machine learnable that can then “inherit” moral character; however, they cannot yet incorporate the incalculable, uncontrollable sequences of emotion or moral sentiments. But what about the foreseeable future? Will robots choose a moral character for themselves?
New leadership skills will be needed to empower teams with transparency and accountability, yet with the practical wisdom of doing the right thing, in the right way, at the right time!
Join DFW Alliance of Technology and Women (DFW*ATW) and our subject matter experts for the annual Executive Leadership Forum (ELF) for a lively panel discussion on the Artificial Intelligence Revolution.
Date: Thursday, September 13th, 2018, 5:00pm-8:00pm (with networking starting at 5:00pm).
Location: Venue Forty|50, 4050 Belt Line Road Addison, TX 75001
- $65.00 DFW*ATW members (registered before 9/12)
- $80.00 general admission (registered before 9/6)
- $100.00 at the door
Time: Networking starts at 5:00pm with the program running from 6:00 – 8:00pm.
Group time with DFW area CIOs, CTOs and other C-Level Executives, as well as other special packages.
Money raised at the event supports GREATMINDS, our STEM initiatives to encourage young girls to pursue careers in STEM through community programs.
DFW Alliance of Technology and Women (DFW*ATW) is a dynamic non-profit organization that supports women and men who share the common interests of empowering women in technology, increasing the number of women in executive roles and encouraging women and girls to enter technology fields.