Artificial Intelligence: What Every Business Leader Must Know

Business for the Common Good 2020

Today, AI can predict what you will think, feel, see, and do even before you can. With the emergence of artificial intelligence, 5G wireless, and the “internet of things,” technology already shapes our daily lives, but how will it transform business in the years to come? What do Christian business leaders need to know to keep up, and more importantly, understand the moral, spiritual, and cultural implications of these new technologies? Tech expert Becker Polverini explores the risks of AI and opportunities for it to be used for good.

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Becker Polverini

PKC Software and Cybersecurity

Becker is the CEO at PKC. Before starting PKC, Becker worked at Microsoft Research, Bridgewater, the Columbia University Intrusion Detection Systems Lab, and building secure communication systems in war zones. He has published research in cybersecurity and machine learning and graduated with a Computer Science degree from Princeton University. Becker sits on the board of Dreams InDeed International and was formerly Chair of the Computer Science Advisory Council at CalState Dominguez Hills.

Filip Ponulak

Compassion International

Dr. Filip Ponulak brings multiple years of experience in the areas of analytics, big data, machine learning, innovations and business strategy development. Dr. Ponulak has been working with large corporations, small businesses and startups and has been advising to such Fortune 500 companies as Qualcomm or Symantec. Dr. Ponulak is a holder of 15 US patents and author of 15+ publications. He has earned his Ph.D. in machine learning from Poznan University of Technology in Poland, and has consecutively obtained advanced studies at Freiburg University in Germany, and Princeton University, USA.

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