Exploring the future of AI with Philip Alm, Founder and CEO of Norditech

Posted by World Summit AI on Apr 12, 2024 9:52:20 AM
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Ahead of World Summit AI Americas (24th-24th April 2024, Palais de congrès de Montréal, Montréal), we asked Philip Alm, Founder and CEO of Norditech, his thoughts on the future of AI.

If you could solve any global problem in the world with AI, what would it be and why?

Global water access.

What do you think are the 3 most important things for businesses in relation to AI at the moment?
Number 1: Experimentation.
Number 2: High speed with incredible focus.
Number 3: Ability to filter out tech demos vs actual value.
Philip Alm
What do you think are the 3 most important things for humanity in relation to AI at the moment?
Global understanding of it's positive possibilities.
Global understanding of it's negative consequences.
Moving fast with a conscious mind of the consequences of doing so.
How do you think AI will make its biggest mark in the next 5, 10, 20 years?
5: Misinformation
10: Counter-misinformation
20: Better work conditions and health for the masses
Who do you admire most in the world of AI in terms of their work?
Károly Zsolnai-Fehér. Incredibly talented at informing enthusiasts with latest updates in a digestible form
What are you most excited about taking part in the WSAI Series?
Meeting and discussing with other global AI talents!
Connect with Philip on LinkedIn

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