Season 8, Episode 3,   Jun 04, 05:16 PM

AI technology has the potential to make the world safer, smarter, more efficient, and sustainable.  It also has the potential to damage society and remove the need for conscious thinking and raises concerns about the future of work.

Just Because You Can Doesn’t Mean You Should!

This week’s interview on AI with Sarah Storelli. Sarah serves as Amazon Web Services (AWS) Worldwide Public Sector Global Marketing Leader to make the world a better place with cutting edge tech in business, government, and societal impact.

With a degree in English and minor in Law and Society from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo she serves on the University President’s Council of Advisors and chairs the English Department Advisory Board. She is also a Trustee of the Consumer Technology Association Foundation and serves on multiple non-profit boards.

Garbage in, Garbage out

For Example, an AI Hairbrush really…

Many are banned from corporate use of AI, so they are using their own personal tools.

Google is rebranding its assistants as more advanced “agents,” which it says could show reasoning, planning, and memory skills and are able to take multiple steps to execute tasks.

If you would like to discover more on the implications and reality of AI, Steven Manning and Nathaniel Schooler are creating industry specific reports and white papers as to how AI will affect your job and industry moving forward. Contact me on LinkedIn or on if you would like us to tailor something for you specifically.

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