On December 19, Kenji Kushida led a seminar at the Canon Institute for Global Studies, on AI disruption and the fine line between true disruptive innovation and illusion.
AI has been gaining attention for some time now. AI is a catalyst for a bigger algorithmic revolution, and it is clear that genuine AI incorporated into various services and companies will disrupt existing industry and work as we know it. At the same time, the buzz around AI has created an environment in which information analysis will not sell unless it is labelled as AI, leading to concerns that the current AI boom might be superficial.
How do we differentiate true disruptive innovation versus superficial, excessive expectations, and how do we implement solutions in a way that optimizes and increases value, without causing destructive consequences?
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