Ready for a next Hacking Carrots meetup? This time, together with our Partner Capgemini, we invite you to Cracow to talk about solutions for the 9th UN Sustainable Development Goal – Innovation, Industry, Infrastructure.
During the evening we’ll address such issues as:
🚀 In which sectors in business artificial intelligence has been already implemented and what are the outcomes?
🚀 Where is the biggest potential to apply solutions based on artificial intelligence – both in business and social areas?
🚀 What role can it play in sustainable development?
🚀 Are humans just tools for artificial intelligence in terms of consumption decisions?
We’ll be joined in the panel discussion by Aleksandra Przegalińska (MIT Sloan School of Management), Łukasz Ulaniuk (Capgemini), and the meeting will be hosted by Ula Skiepko (Geek Girls Carrots, 1000 realities).
Remember that the meetup is also part of the preparation stage for the first Hacking Carrots hackathon!
What is Hacking Carrots?
Our goal is to:
– activate women in the area of advanced technologies like AI, VR or IoT.
– promote social entrepreneurship and motivate technological innovators to take up the challenges of SDGs.
More information: https://hackingcarrots.org/
Małgosia is a President of Carrots Foundation. She co-founded a mobile health startup Yagram Health. In 2017 she was rewarded with a title Innovator under 35 by MIT Technology Review for the the mobile app dedicated to mums-to-be. She received his M.A. in Political Sciences from Warsaw University, she studied at Sciences Po Paris and received a French Government fellowship for her second Master at Université Panthéon-Sorbonne. Małgosia is a mother of two wonderful girls Zofia and Julia.
PhD in philosophy of artificial intelligence, Assistant Professor at Kozminski University, currently Research Fellow at the Center for Collective Intelligence at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Boston. Recent visiting scholar at The New School for Social Research/ Brown University in New York City (2014). In 2011 Aleksandra worked as the Chairman of Media Regulation Working Party at the Council of European Union in Brussels. As a William J. Fulbright Scholar Aleksandra also majored in Sociology at The New School for Social Research in New York (2012), where she participated in research on identity in virtual reality, with particular emphasis on Second Life.
Łukasz is leading Connected Employee EUS transformational portfolio in Capgemini Cloud & Edge CoE, Cloud Infrastructure Services. This entails ideation, research and development, prototyping and design, pre-sales and sales through to delivery set-up in the area of chat bots / cognitive AI, data science, Digital Adoption, Social & Collaboration. He has over 15 years of experience in IT services and has successfully led offer development projects in Service Management and Service Desk area (ITIL). Łukasz is credited with creating Capgemini’s Intelligent Service Centre concept which was recognised in one of the Magic Quadrant Gartner reports as a market differentiator for Capgemini. He enjoys translating complex concepts into comprehensible solutions and shares his passion during public events like Lean Management Conference in Wroclaw or IT T@lk events.
Rudradeb Mitra – AI expert and entrepreneur who built six tech startups (one with multi-million dollars in profits).
Rudradeb started his career as an AI researcher in 2002 and worked with research labs (like IBM Research Lab, TZI), startups and banks (Winterthur, AXA) to build AI products. During that period he also published ten research papers on AI.
After graduating from the University of Cambridge, he entered the startup world and built six tech startups in 4 countries. Recently he also wrote his first book titled “Creating Value With Artificial Intelligence: Lessons learned from 10 years with building AI products”.