AI expert confirmed as fastTrack keynote speaker

Published on Wed, 02/08/2023 - 11:40

CEO of Satalia and chief AI officer for WPP, Dr Daniel Hulme, will be a keynote speaker at Airmic’s next fastTrack Forum.

Airmic’s upcoming fastTrack Forum will feature an artificial intelligence (AI) flavour, with a keynote speech from AI expert and TEDx speaker Dr Daniel Hulme.

Taking to the stage, Hulme will deliver a talk titled ‘The Future is Now. The Future is AI’.

The fastTrack event takes place between 09.00 and 17.00 on 22 September.

A contributor to a recent UK government AI white paper, Hulme provides a radically new framework for thinking about AI, especially Generative AI.

He will explain to fastTrack Forum attendees how organisations can practically adopt these technologies but avoid being seduced by the hype.

Hulme argues that while these technologies are game-changing at creating growth and streamlining operations, firms will need to use AI to unlock the creative capacity of their workforce.

His presentation will also cover the macro impact of emerging technologies in the coming decade and suggest that it will be up to business decision makers and entrepreneurs to ensure a better future for everyone.

Hulme is the CEO of Satalia, providing AI services for global brands. Satalia joined the world’s largest media company in 2021, WPP, where Hulme has assumed the role of chief AI officer.

He is a serial TEDx and Google speaker, and regularly keynotes on AI, ethics, innovation and decentralisation. He contributes to numerous books and articles on the future of work, and is a SingularityU faculty member.

Other seminars at the 22 September fastTrack Forum will include ‘Future of the Profession 2023’, hosted by Amanda Scott, global M&A leader at WTW.

The closing keynote speech will be ‘Building Leaders of the Future’, which will be given by Paralympic gold medallist and Paracanoe world champion Emma Wiggs MBE.

International broking firm WTW sponsors the fastTrack series of professional development events. Click here to read more about these events.