February 16, 2022, 9-10:30 AM EST

Real Fake

Playing With Reality in the Age of Artificial Intelligence

Through artificial intelligence and machine learning, we are able to “hack” reality, blurring what is real and what is not. Breakthrough technologies enable us to create any sound, picture, video, or voice we imagine. Reality can be augmented, virtualized, twisted, fantasized, and manipulated.

While there are dangers presented by this “deep fake,” are we potentially overlooking the enormous opportunity it can provide?  It starts with a fundamental better understanding of how people process information and why humans choose to “play with reality”.

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Overview

When:  February 16, 2022, 9-10:30 AM EST

The 90-minute session focuses on a topic that I know you’d be interested to learn more about: how AI is truly changing reality.

The business implications reach from marketing and branding, to security, knowledge management, customer engagement, and trust. Understanding this new wave of technological possibilities and new tools for storytelling has the power to take your desired digital transformation into new directions.

Our Executive Exchange is unlike any other digital event.  Here’s what you can expect:

  • Two authors on this topic will share their perspectives on what this new “fake reality” means for businesses today.
  • You will participate in small-group, moderated discussions with other business and technology leaders from across the country, giving you the unique opportunity to discuss how you can put these concepts into action while expanding your professional network.

Speakers

Meet our Leading International Experts

Nina Schick

Author, Advisor, and Speaker

Menno Van Doorn

Research Director, SogetiLabs

Registration

Seating is limited, so be sure to register as soon as possible.

 

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If you have any questions, please contact

Kelly Maroney
Kelly Maroney
Marketing Director at Sogeti