AI, Creativity and You
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- Understand how AI will impact your life, work and business
- Discover the four unique capabilities of human beings
- Take practical steps to develop your own unique powers of creativity
More than ever it's essential to understand and develop our unique capabilities as human beings.
We are deep in the throes of the fourth industrial revolution. Intelligent machines are set to sweep away countless jobs that until now could only be done by people. The casualties will include many professional roles in medicine, finance, social care, business and the service sector. As this new wave of innovation churns over our lives and work, what will be left for human beings to do? What can we do that machines cannot? What is the human advantage?
In this provocative and far-sighted presentation, Sir Ken Robinson takes a searching look at the emerging powers of artificial intelligence and their likely impact on our lives and work. He identifies our unique powers as human beings: the powers that machine intelligence may complement but cannot replace. He shows why and how we must develop our human advantage at work, in education and in our rapidly changing communities.
Sir Ken Robinson, PhD is an internationally recognised leader in the development of education, creativity and innovation. The #1 speaker in TED Talks history, his talks have been viewed online over 80 million times and seen by an estimated 400 million people in 160 countries. Fast Company calls him “one of the world’s elite thinkers on creativity and innovation”.
Sir Ken advises governments, corporations, education systems, and some of the world's leading cultural organizations. He has received honorary degrees from universities in the US and the UK; the Athena Award of the Rhode Island School of Design; the Peabody Medal for contributions to the arts and culture in the United States; the LEGO Prize for international achievement in education; the Benjamin Franklin Medal of the Royal Society of Arts and the Nelson Mandela Changemaker Award.
A New York Times bestselling author, his books, including The Element: How Finding Your Passion Changes Everything (Penguin), have been translated into twenty four languages and have sold over a million copies worldwide. The 3rd edition of his classic work, Out of Our Minds: The Power of Being Creative was published in 2017. Finding Your Element: How to Discover Your Talents and Passions and Transform Your Life is a practical guide to developing your own talents and vocations. In 2003, he received a knighthood from Queen Elizabeth II for his services to the arts.