Sensationalist stories sell papers and buzzwords like "Data Science", "Big Data" and "AI" drive sales and marketing campaigns. The Artificial Intelligence Society of Hong Kong strives to dive deeper and facilitate educated discussions about the current and future applications of artificial intelligence.
2017 hyped up AI generating every emotion from excitement and enthusiasm to anxiety and fear of the potential disruption of new emerging AI technologies. Disruption, as defined by Harvard Business School professor and disruption guru Clayton Christensen, displaces an existing market, industry, or technology and produces something new and more efficient and worthwhile.
The Artificial Intelligence Society of Hong Kong brings together AI experts to dispel myths and discuss the realities different industries will face in the coming years. Our speakers will discuss and how the public and private sector can respond and implications for the global workforce.