Jackie Snow is a freelance journalist covering technology. She was formally MIT Technology Review’s associate editor for artificial intelligence where she worked on stories about where AI is currently, where it’s headed, and what’s wrong with the hype around the technology. Her work has been published by the New York Times, National Geographic, Wall Street Journal, and others.
We are entering the era of AI and the topic has long left the research labs and spilled into newspaper headlines and mainstream policy agendas. Startups, corporates, academia and governments position themselves in order to obtain the best talent, data and solutions in their attempt to get a competitive edge. How has AI developed differently in different ecosystems, form the US, across the pacific to China and in the rest of the world. What is the role of academia; what is the role of the government and its agencies; and what is the role of the industry leaders and the private sector. This experienced and expert panel will address this and many other questions from their different perspectives and roles and offer some amazing insight into their perception on the future of artificial intelligence.
2-4-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Marunouchi Building, Hall
April 23, 2019 at 10:30AM - 11:30AM