CEO, Satalia and Leading Expert in Artificial Intelligence and Emerging Technologies
Daniel Hulme is the CEO of Satalia, a London-based company that provides Artificial Intelligence (AI) solutions to solve industry’s hardest problems. He is also the Director of UCL’s Business Analytics MSc, applying AI to solve business, governmental and social problems.
Hulme specialises in philosophy, technology, innovation and organisational design. Hulme’s work outlines a framework for understanding data-driven decision making. He understands the capabilities of AI but also the future challenges and opportunities for AI, and how and why we need to embrace these emerging technologies.
Hulme’s expertise also spans both the philosophical and ethical issues surrounding these emerging technologies. He has a Masters and Doctorate in AI from UCL, lectures on topics in Computer Science and Business, and is passionate about how technology can be used to govern organisations and bring positive social impact.
Dr Hulme has advisory and executive positions across companies and governments. He holds an international Kauffman Global Entrepreneur Scholarship and actively promotes purposeful entrepreneurship and technology innovation across the globe. He is a popular public speaker specialising in the topics of Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, Decentralisation, Philosophy, Technology, Innovation and Organisational Design. He is a serial speaker for Google and TEDx and is a faculty member of Singularity University.
AI and the Future of Work
Working in academia, the public and private sectors, Daniel is a leading expert in artificial intelligence as well as its applications and the social, commercial, economic and ethical implications. In a world where many believe access to more and more data will lead to ever better decision-making, he looks at what AI really is, as well as identifying the future challenges and opportunities for AI. He also asks how organisations need to change their structure and how these ideas could scale to a planet. Daniel will argue why we need to embrace these emerging technologies and will discuss the philosophical and ethical issues surrounding them.