06 Mar

The Big Debate: AI is not inevitable to my business

The Big Debate: AI is not inevitable to my business


Wednesday 6th March    
5:30pm - 7:30pm


Brighton Girls
Montpelier Road, Brighton, BN1 3AT

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The Big Debate: AI is not inevitable to my business

Love it or loathe it, AI is here to stay. Ask ChatGPT if AI is inevitable to business and it’ll tell you yes – and increasingly so. It has the power to revolutionise business, increase efficiency and drive innovation (well, it would say that). But what are the implications on business if we look beyond this ambitious language?

At our next Big Debate on 6 March, we’re inviting you to explore thought provoking opinions and controversial views around AI and business, and what impact it will have (or is already having) on the jobs we do and love every day.

From democratising knowledge to the effects on the next generation; how it’s affecting jobs and recruitment; the moral implications and biases; plus what opportunities there are right now – there is plenty to debate.

Joining us will be an expert panel who will lead us in lively discussion, with time for you to debate, deliberate and discuss with your peers in small groups on the questions around AI that are important to your business right now:

– Martin Howe, CEO of Dapper Labs

– Carlos Saba, Co-founder of The Happy Startup School

– Paul Levy, Founder of CATS3000

– Amber Foster, Strategic Legal Consultant

The panel will be chaired by Kerry Watkins, Founder of Social for Good

Share ideas on how to use it – or how not to use it – and come away feeling informed on what the impact of AI might be on your business, whether you’re an early adopter, or choose to tread the path with caution.

Thank you to our event sponsor Simpler with AI.

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