Sessions and Speakers

Keynote: Humanity Is The Killer App: How The Robots & AIs Will Humanize Us

Bombarded by articles of job-killing robots and AIs going rogue, Automation’s real story escapes our view: but these technologies won’t rob humans of their value—on the contrary, they’ll give humanity the tools to create unprecedented levels of value.

Where mobile apps demand our attention, intelligent bots will act on our behalf. AIs will flip reactive “sick care” into predictive health care. Robots will enable the elderly to live independently, the disabled to move about freely, and doctors to never face borders again: they’ll simply perform surgeries remotely.

And the “CoBots” will give executives what has eluded them most—more time to focus on the innovations that matter.

Even this era’s most critical of success factors won’t be technological: it, too, will be uniquely human. A Reskilling Revolution—unrivaled in size, scope, and scale—is just around the corner. Join us for a lively discussion of how the Robots will liberate us, AIs will revolutionize us . . . and Automation will humanize us.

Keynote Speaker

Christina “CK” Kerley, Futurist, Professor Rutgers Business School for Executive Education

Powerhouse speaker, futurist, and professor Christina “CK” Kerley pushes Fortune 500s AHEAD of the curve through the 10+ tech that will dominate the next 10 years.

A forerunner across 20 years of digital revolutions, CK’s electrifying performances have been featured at: Verizon, Johnson & Johnson, Microsoft, Amazon, Cisco, Prudential, The United Nations, Best Buy, The Ad Council, Neutrogena, Verisign, Janssen, The ANA, The IAB, and IDG.

Along with being a top-rated faculty member on next-gen tech at Rutgers Business School for Executive Education, she has also guest lectured at Stanford, Cornell, Carnegie Mellon, Saint Peter’s, and Northwestern.

Her portfolio of tech spans: Mobile, IoT, Robotics, AI, Big Data, Wearables, Health Tech, Blockchain, Cloud, and Immersive Technologies (AR, VR, MR). Her eBooks were all firsts, with her unique views cited in various media outlets and business books.

Through her pro bono program, ImpaCKt, she partners with groups who are also committed to closing the digital divide.

Constantly reinventing her business—and herself—CK is always on-trend, ahead of the curve, and in pursuit of the next BIG thing.

For CK’s videos, speeches, and media, please visit: http://allthingsCK.com