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EXECUTIVES INTERNATIONAL: HOW TECHNOLOGY AND AI ARE CHANGING THE WORLD
Thursday 27 September 2018

Presentation by Prof. Patrick Aebischer: How technology and AI are changing the world

EXECPatrick Aebischer EPFL speaker in Lausanne AI is changing the world

Thursday, September 27th Place:
Lausanne Palace Hotel
Registration & apero: 18:45
Cocktail dînatoire: 19:15
Presentation & Q&A: 20:00
Coffee and Networking: 21:15

Event Pricing
EI Members can save CHF10 with the Early Bird deal!
Book before September 14th and pay just CHF70 for your ticket.
After this date, the full member’s price of CHF80 is charged.
Guest tickets are CHF95 each, Students under 25 tickets are CHF70.

As part of Executives International’s Golden Jubilee programme, Professor Patrick Aebischer will join us to speak about technology’s impact on our world and on how it is changing our future. Discover what it takes to embrace the benefits of new technologies and understand how they can apply to your own sphere of business.

The pace of scientific discoveries and technology developments has never been so fast. Artificial intelligence, robotics and additive manufacturing, and gene editing will profoundly impact the world in the coming years. These rapid technological developments require new policies based on a broad-based consensus.

A novel instrument needs to be created to discuss the impact of science and technology on society. Geneva with its international organizations, world class research universities and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) seem to be the ideal location. Professor Aebischer will cover these themes and more in his presentation.

Website https://www.executives-int.ch/events-list

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