Ivy Exec Partner Event: Leading Responsibly in an AI-Powered World

CST Virtual

Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. - Arthur C. Clarke, Clarke’s Third Law (1973)
Artificial Intelligence is transforming our experiences, our relationships, our culture, and our world. Join us for an engaging fireside chat that will address timely questions about how individuals and organizations can adapt to a rapidly evolving world that is increasingly powered by artificial intelligence.
From the individual's perspective, the speakers will delve into considerations that individuals need to weigh when using AI technologies. Which skills will be most important in the post-ChatGPT world? How can individuals leverage AI as a tool for skill development and augmentation? How can we identify skills that are most vulnerable to atrophy in an AI-powered world?
For organizations, deploying AI requires a comprehensive approach rooted in responsibility. What are the key trade-offs organizations should consider in the deployment and use of artificial intelligence? What are the principles of the Responsible AI framework, and how can organizations implement these principles in fast-paced and demanding environments? How can organizations be part of building a tech future aligned with the public interest?

About Presenters:
Aravinda (Ari) Garimella is an Assistant Professor of Business Administration and RC Evans Data Analytics Scholar at the Gies College of Business. She has an undergraduate degree in Computer Science from the Birla Institute of Technology in India and a Ph.D. in Information Systems from the University of Washington, Seattle.

Deepika Chhillar is a doctoral candidate at the Gies College of Business, University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign. Her main research stream examines how organizations can become socially responsible towards their stakeholders, especially as they navigate the demands of existential modernism and uphold ethics.