Out of The Box Keynote Address: Will AI Be More Profound Than The Invention Of The Internet? What Do Financial Institutions Really Need To Understand About Generative AI?

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Out of The Box Keynote Address: Will AI Be More Profound Than The Invention Of The Internet? What Do Financial Institutions Really Need To Understand About Generative AI?

Out of The Box Keynote Address: Will AI Be More Profound Than The Invention Of The Internet? What Do Financial Institutions Really Need To Understand About Generative AI?

About the speaker
  • Nina Schick
    Nina Schick
    Author, Generative AI Expert, Founder at Tamang Ventures
    Nina Schick is an author, advisor and keynote speaker, specialising in how technology is transforming politics and society in the 21st century. She is an expert in synthetic media, deepfakes, disinformation, cybersecurity and the geopolitics of technology. Nina helps organisations and businesses understand and navigate the geopolitical risks and opportunities posed by the exponential technological changes of our age. She has advised global leaders including Joe Biden, the President of the United States and Anders Fogh Rasmussen, the former Secretary General of NATO. Nina also advises private companies, government agencies and NGOs, including the World Economic Forum and Truepic. She has worked on global crises including the annexation of Crimea and invasion of Eastern Ukraine; the Eurozone crisis; Europe’s migration crisis; Brexit; foreign election interference in the United States; and state-sponsored influence operations in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic. Her debut book, Deepfakes was released in 2020, and has been translated into five languages, including Japanese, German and Mandarin. She has been published by the MIT Tech Review, The Times, UnHerd and TIME amongst others. She is a regular commentator on international broadcast channels including the BBC, Sky News, Bloomberg and CNBC. She has appeared on stages including TedX, CogX and WebSummit. Nina speaks seven languages, and calls London, Berlin and Kathmandu home

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