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Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Work

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“ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND THE FUTURE OF WORK"


GRAND CHALLENGE LAUNCH EVENT


Join the launch event for our next Grand Challenge of Leadership! On November 28th, we cordially invite the FLI Community and everyone who is interested in our work to an inspiring evening. In 2019, the collaborative and open FLI Think Tank will explore how the rise of intelligence machines will impact the future of leadership, work, and collaboration. To kick off this next FLI Grand Challenge, four thought leaders will share their ideas about artificial intelligence and future of work.



Location and Evening Agenda


The evening is hosted in one of Europe’s most vibrant startup hubs: The Munich Plug & Play Tech Center at Balanstraße 73, Haus 10, 81541 München. We invite everyone to join as of 6 pm for a informal networking before starting with the official program at 7:15 pm.


6:00 pm – Opening doors & networking opportunity
6:30 pm – Intro to Plug 'n Play and tour through the facilities (optional)
7:00 pm – Official Program Start

  • Welcome address by Dr. Claudius Jablonka, Director Plug & Play Tech Center
  • Introduction to FLI and Grand Challenge

7:30 pm – Talks by FLI thought leaders and panel discussion
9:00 pm – Further networking opportunity


The event is FREE, but the number of spots is limited and will be assigned on a first-come-first-serve basis.


Our featured speakers are:


Prof. Dr. Simon Hegelich, Associate Professor for Political Data Science, TUM
The research of Simon Hegelich focuses on the connection between political science and data science. He will talk about general AI and share his ideas on how to teach computers contradictoriness to reach a new level of artificial intelligence.


Bernd “Benno” Blumoser, Head of Innovation at the Siemens AI Lab
Bernd „Benno“ Blumoser co-founded the Siemens AI Lab in late 2017. Open Innovation & Networks, Trend Scouting & Foresight, as well as the Development of the Corporate AI Strategy are key areas which he influenced and still thrives to drive within Siemens. He will talk about “The Siemens AI Lab – Catalyzing meaningful solutions of industrial AI”


Sebastian Schaal, Founder Luminovo.ai
Sebastian Schaal is Founder at Luminovo, where he works on B2B deep learning projects and building tools to automate common deep learning workflows. He graduated in Electrical and Computer Engineering from TU Munich and is an alumnus of the CDTM. He obtained a second M.Sc. from Stanford University.


Sebastian Morgner, Co-Founder The Future of Leadership Initiative
Sebastian Morgner is an expert on the subject of leadership and strategy design. He is fascinated by how to bring objectives and strategies to life in ways that motivate people to act. He is an expert for strategy activation. He will talk about his ideas on how the rise of artificial intelligence will impact leadership.

Host: Dr. Claudius Jablonka, Director Plug and Play Tech Center
Dr. Claudius Jablonka co-founded the Munich Office of Plug and Play Ventures. Plug and Play Munich is home to industry-leading open-innovation platforms in retail, health, and insurance technology. Before he worked as chief of staff for notebooksbillliger.de and was part of the management team at the Center for Digital Technology and Management. He pursued his Ph.D. about the internationalization of startups.

Moderation: Laura Bechthold, Executive Director Future of Leadership Initiative
Laura oversees the general operations of FLI. She is a social scientist with an interdisciplinary academic background reaching from business research to sustainability science. Before joining FLI, she was a member of the Management Team at the Center For Digital Technology and Management (CDTM).

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