The New York Times recently reported: “When Aaron Levie, the chief executive of Box, tried a new A.I. chatbot called ChatGPT in early December, it didn’t take him long to declare, “We need people on this!” He cleared his calendar and asked employees to figure out how the technology, which instantly provides comprehensive answers to complex questions, could benefit Box.” What does this seismic disruption mean for developing ventures?
For entrepreneurs, their ventures will have opportunities to deploy and develop AI-based technologies, and consider how AI can operate as a catalyst to optimize entrepreneurial outcomes. AI has the potential to dramatically alter e-commerce, healthcare, behavioral therapy, customer service, internet research, language instruction, social media platforms, and much more.
AI is enabling incredible efficiencies, but its wide-ranging applications also mean that if AI can do things nearly as well or even better than humans, it is imperative that students be innovative, nimble, resilient, and continuously upskilling. This dynamic panel will explore what AI and means for the future of classrooms, experiential learning, student mentoring, new ventures, and our regional ecosystem. Please join us on Friday, April 21 at noon for this exciting and forward-looking EEC Learning Lunch!
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