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Designing our Digital Future. With Richard Foster-Fletcher. "How we can make AI and other power technologies work for us, not against us"

Designing our Digital Future. With Richard Foster-Fletcher. "How we can make AI and other power technologies work for us, not against us"

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United Kingdom

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Designing our Digital Future. With Richard Foster-Fletcher. "How we can make AI and other power technologies work for us, not against us"

Language:

English

Contact:

07471142830


Episodes

EP20 Infinite Leaders: Marianne Haahr, Director Green Digital Finance Alliance: Climate risks are financial risks

1/20/2021
💬 “Our financial regulators have discovered that climate risks are financial risks” @Marianne Haahr 🎙️ Marianne Haahr is Director of the Green Digital Finance Alliance, a non-profit focused on harnessing the power of fintech to unlock financing for the Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Agreement on Climate Change, co-chaired by the UN Environment Program and Ant Financial Services Group and is a partner to the UN SG’s Task Force for Digital Financing of the Sustainable...

Duration:00:34:39

EP19 Infinite Leaders: Alex Dehgan, CEO at Conservation X Labs: A new ecosystem of opportunity through conversation

1/18/2021
💬 “Rather than looking at conservation as a cost, we should be looking at it as an opportunity to reinvent our economies for the future. And when the entrepreneurs and VCs see those opportunities, then I think they’re going to be incredibly successful.” @Alex Dehgan This is a conversation with Alex Dehgan 🎙️ Alex is a creative serial innovator, entrepreneur, scientist, and experienced diplomat and development leader, specializing in creative approaches to taking on and solving grand...

Duration:00:26:36

EP130: Nikita Lukianets, Founder @Open Ethics: Building trust in the digital economy

1/15/2021
💬 “Consumers have the right to know their risks. A truly consumer-centric approach is about making artificial intelligence risks visible and predictable.” @Nikita Lukianets 🎙️ Nikita Lukianets, a Founder of the Open Ethics initiative that fosters the inclusive dialogue between experts and citizens to design systems where humans and AI successfully work together. Nikita is also a Founder and CTO at PocketConfidant AI, a 24/7 coaching technology powered by artificial...

Duration:00:28:45

EP129: John K Thompson, Global Head, Advanced Analytics & AI: When to lean in and out of the data

1/11/2021
💬 “A lot of fortune 100 CEOs, they're playing for two to five years, that's how long their tenure is. They're not playing for the long game. We will get a new class of leaders in tune with the long game and interested in how their companies affect not only their stakeholders and their employees and their customers, but also the greater world.” John Thompson 🎙️ John is an international technology executive with over 30 years of experience in the business intelligence and advanced analytics...

Duration:00:36:27

EP128: Denis Rothman, AI Author: AI is following humanity

12/21/2020
💬 “AI regulation? I think this war is lost already. AI was an invisible enemy, and until it was too late, we didn’t notice or we didn’t care.“ @Denis Rothman This is a conversation with Denis Rothman 🎙️ Denis is an Artificial Intelligence designer, author & developer. He created one of the first AI cognitive Chatbots and an AI resource optimisation system which reduces resource consumption, energy and power. Denis’s latest books include: Artificial Intelligence By Example: Acquire...

Duration:00:19:56

EP127: Richard Foster-Fletcher and Dr Naeema Pasha: Insights and Observations from Week 51

12/18/2020
This is the Boundless Podcast with me your host Richard Foster-Fletcher and my resident Friday co-host Dr. Naeema Pasha from Henley Business School. 💬 “Working with people who think differently forces you to make new connections.” @Dr. Naeema Pasha 🎙️ My Friday Co-Host is Naeema Pasha. She works for Henley Business School focussing on future strategy, vision and operations of business education and leading on the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion global strategy. 🎧 In this episode Naeema...

Duration:00:32:18

EP126: Yonah Welker, Explorer and Innovator: Reframing 'inclusion' to 'zero-exclusion'

12/16/2020
💬 “Over my discussions with many of my colleagues and people who are involved in mental health, neurodiversity and disability, we agree that we don't need inclusion. We need zero-exclusion.“ Yonah Welker This is a conversation with Yonah Welker 🎙️ Yonah is a technologist, explorer and Venture Capitalist working on the intersections of technology, artificial intelligence, human ability, society & ethics. He’s founded tech companies and labs, helped to facilitate tech ecosystems across the...

Duration:00:42:32

EP125: Stylianos Taxidis, Head of Data Science & Products at CDP: How to live in the data age

12/14/2020
💬 “As content selection algorithms become better, we need to consciously seek out opinions different from our own. AI is inadvertently creating a polarised society, and it’s down to us to make it more balanced” Stylianos Taxidis This is a conversation with Stylianos Taxidis 🎙️ Stylianos is the Head of Data Science & Products at CDP, a not-for-profit charity running the global disclosure system for investors, companies, and regions to manage their environmental impacts. He is very...

Duration:00:25:06

EP18: Richard Foster-Fletcher and Jon Thor Sigurleifsson: Insights and Observations from Infinite Leaders Week 6

12/11/2020
💬 “Around the world, and particularly in companies, there isn't a mindset of sharing that transcends a mindset of ownership. When we think about technology that can truly save the world, I think we need to take a step back and think, how can we make it the ‘easy choice’ to share and work together.” @Jon Thor Sigurleifsson 🎙️ My Friday Co-Host for the Infinite Leaders series is Jon Thor Sigurleifsson. Growing up in Iceland, Jon Thor had a lot of questions about the world and always knew...

Duration:00:30:19

EP17 Infinite Leaders: Rose Mwebaza, UN Climate Technology Centre: Driving digital solutions that scale

12/9/2020
💬 “The idea of data being the new oil is outdated, but still there’s companies holding onto data and information that when shared will be extremely useful in solving global problems. This data, in the hands of the right people will absolutely transform systems.” Rose Mwebaza This is a conversation with Rose Mwebaza 🎙️ Rose is the Director of the UN Climate Technology Centre and has 20 years’ experience providing policy advice on a wide range of climate change, environment and sustainable...

Duration:00:36:11

EP16 Infinite Leaders: Jessie Oliver, Australian Citizen Science Association: The role of Citizen Science in sustainability

12/7/2020
💬 “With AI, we are learning things that we've never had the ability to learn before about species conservation. This is crucial. We can’t protect species if we don’t know or don’t understand them.” @Jessie Oliver This is a conversation with Jessie Oliver 🎙️ Jessie is passionate about avian ecology and environmental outreach. She has been heavily involved in the development of the Australian Citizen Science Association (ACSA) since its inception and is currently the ACSA International...

Duration:00:31:13

EP15: Richard Foster-Fletcher and Jon Thor Sigurleifsson: Insights and Observations from Infinite Leaders Week 5

12/4/2020
💬 “I do think that we need to let go of the idea of our country being part of our identity. What we need is to come together globally and pool and share our resources; food, water, energy, technology. This is vital to enable a bigger portion of the world to function with better equality." Jon Thor Sigurleifsson 🎙️ My Friday Co-Host for the Infinite Leaders series is Jon Thor Sigurleifsson. Growing up in Iceland, Jon Thor had a lot of questions about the world and always knew that he...

Duration:00:30:07

EP14 Infinite Leaders: Youssef Nassef, Climate Adaptation Director - UNFCCC: Living through the time of transition

12/2/2020
💬 “We've solved acid rain, we solved the ozone hole, and we will solve hopefully COVID-19. But, do we want to continue living our lives waiting for the next environmental hazard to materialize and then looking for ways to react to it? Or is it time now to think of transforming the world towards different values?” @Youssef Nassef This is a conversation with Youssef Nassef 🎙️ Youssef is the Coordinator of Adaptation at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. He possesses...

Duration:00:39:19

EP13 Infinite Leaders: Michal Nachmany, Climate Policy and Data Expert: NetZero: who is accountable for what

11/30/2020
💬 “In 2006, Lord Nicholas stern was commissioned by the British government to estimate the economic price of climate change. Fixing climate change, he said at the time, would cost 1-2% of world GDP. Everyone took a gasp. But then he continued, not fixing climate change would cost about 20% of world GDP.” @Michal Nachmany This is a conversation with Michal Nachmany 🎙️ Michal currently leads the work on the Grantham Research Institute’s structured datasets and tools, supporting...

Duration:00:38:38

EP12: Richard Foster-Fletcher and Jon Thor Sigurleifsson: Insights and Observations from Infinite Leaders Week 4

11/27/2020
💬 “First and foremost, what we need is clear data. We need to know what impact our choices are making.” Jon Thor Sigurleifsson 🎙️ My Friday Co-Host for the Infinite Leaders series is Jon Thor Sigurleifsson. Growing up in Iceland, Jon Thor had a lot of questions about the world and always knew that he wanted to explore it but the more he learned, the more he realised he didn't just want to explore it, he wanted to change it. 🎧 In this episode Jon Thor and I discussed our insights and...

Duration:00:37:51

EP11 Infinite Leaders: Imtiaz Adam, Founder at Deep Learn Strategies: Building a GreenTech Recovery with AI IoT and 5G

11/25/2020
💬 “"The shift from narrow to broad AI will include learning from smaller data sets and hence result in computational efficiency. The possibilities for new business models and innovations across the entire economy including for breaking from ‘business as usual’ towards environmental sustainability are huge.” @Imtiaz Adam This is a conversation with Imtiaz Adam 🎙️ Imtiaz is a Data Scientist and Machine Learning engineer. He has an MSc in Computer Science with research in AI Deep Learning,...

Duration:00:34:07

EP10 Infinite Leaders: Janet Salem, Economic Affairs Officer, Circular Economy at UN on sustainability startups across the globe

11/23/2020
💬 “The IPCC has said that it's too late to avert climate change through the supply side alone, therefore as individuals, we need to shift our consumption behaviour. But the producer is also responsible for our consumption, so they're going to need to help us shift our consumption choices to more sustainable options.” @Janet Salem This is a conversation with Janet Salem 🎙️ Janet has worked for the United Nations for over 13 years in Paris, Vienna and now in Bangkok where she leads the...

Duration:00:33:30

EP124: Richard Foster-Fletcher and Dr Naeema Pasha: Insights and Observations from Week 47

11/20/2020
💬 “Some people benefit from home working, but the research shows that face-to-face meetings are much better for developing ideas. The University of Stanford has published research that says in 2021 we could lose out on innovation because we haven't got that face-to-face connectivity.” Dr. Naeema Pasha 🎙️ My Friday Co-Host is Naeema Pasha. She works for Henley Business School focussing on future strategy, vision and operations of business education. Everything from people engagement to...

Duration:00:26:34

EP123: Murray Grubb Jnr, Director of CX & Strategic Accounts at Oracle: AI use in marketing still needs humans

11/18/2020
💬 “In most cases customer loyalty simply doesn’t exist anymore and that’s why AI in marketing still needs that human touch; validation points and constant checkpoints throughout the process. One mistake and your customer is gone for good.” @Murray Grubb Jnr This is a conversation with Murray Grubb Jnr 🎙️ Murray heads up the Aviation Sector and strategic accounts in Oracle to drive Digital Transformation, User Adoption and Acceptance of modern digital services. He is a former Elected...

Duration:00:22:56

EP122: Diane Mulcahy, Institutional Investor: The future of work is here, it's not just evenly distributed

11/16/2020
💬 “One impact of COVID-19 is that some workers now care less about the external signs of success and care more about things like freedom, flexibility and autonomy. That is difficult for some companies to shift towards, because it means they have less control over what success looks like. @Diane Mulcahy This is a conversation with Diane Mulcahy 🎙️ Diane is the author of the bestselling book ‘The Gig Economy’. Diane is a consultant, speaker and lecturer and currently an Advisor to the...

Duration:00:41:53