“AI promises considerable economic benefits,
even as it disrupts the world of work.” – McKinsey
Are you ready for the opportunities and challenges that the world of automation and machine learning are spurring in business across industries?
This event will provide an insider look at the pervasive and accelerating changes in the way we work today and in years to come from both a global and local perspective – as well as how organizations can act and adapt.
Attendees will gain:
- A Google-eye perspective on the changing nature of work in an age of artificial intelligence and geography-busting interconnectedness
- Insight into efforts to arm the local workforce with future-ready skills
- Practical perspectives on how employers and employees can thrive in this shifting landscape
Registration includes lunch and program. Seating is limited; registration is on a
first-come, first-served basis. Media must notify Molly Kern at 786-2763 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of Consulting/Strategy, Google
Findley is forging the future of work at Google, where he’s explored the impacts and opportunities of machine learning and automation across key areas. An Orfalea College of Business graduate and former executive in residence, Findley has 20+ years building and scaling business operations in Silicon Valley.
Chief Communications Officer/SVP, GoDaddy
Tillman has been telling the story of how technology changes lives and business since the late 1990s, leading global communications teams for Oracle, Cisco and now GoDaddy. Over her career, she’s shaped the narratives of how technology supercharges, connects and empowers people and their organizations.
Entrepreneur working with HotHouse & SLO Partners
Weeks is the force behind two successful ventures of his own as well as countless others through his work as founding entrepreneur in residence for the SLO HotHouse. He’s now turned his attention to creating thousands of new head-of-household jobs and training employees to take them on.