Stephen Ibaraki Chairman and Managing General Partner REDDS Capital, Founder chair outreach UN ITU AI for good Global Summit. Globally unique with Chairman, Founder, Board roles in: Business/finance, successful Entrepreneurship / startups / investments / VC, no.1 global Science orgs, UN innovation progs, top CEO Industry-orgs/think tanks, no.1 Summits (acronym BE-SUNIS). 300+ global engagements impacting $100+ Trillion in sustainable investments.
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We have moved from Industry 4.0 (inspired by WEF--World Economic Forum), Society 5.0 (Japan G20), Smart Humanity (KNVI, Royal Dutch IT Association) where digital transformation infuses all aspects of our lives--to the 5th Machine Age. AI is a key driver.
I define responsible leadership combined with innovation operationalization as taking principles into useful practice and thus requiring prioritization for businesses. The challenge is learning from good examples to emulate.
Jean-Philippe Courtois, executive vice-president and president of Microsoft global sales, marketing and operations, provided a compelling vision with his opening keynote at the historical United Nations ITU AI for Good Global Summit (AI4G), hosted May 28-31 2019 at UN ITU HQ Geneva.
These three global initiatives: AI for Good, Focus Group AI for Health, and AI Pioneers is leaving a sizeable global stamp that echoes across all domains. The focus is on moving the needle in a practical way leveraging the $16 Trillion (ex PwC) wealth creation by 2030 and the predicted adoption rates from the World Economic Forum (WEF) Future of Jobs report released September 2018.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is creating a digital quake where companies and jobs will need to change or fail. The disruption is already happening with funds transfer, payments, banking, asset management, wealth management, and insurance