Artificial Intelligence and its impact on economic growth

Fee
R270
Venue
GIBS
Contact
Sibongile Nkawu: +27 11 771 4390

About​

Increases in capital and labour are no longer driving the levels of economic growth the world has become both accustomed to and desires. Fortunately, a new factor of production—artificial intelligence—is on the horizon, and it promises to transform the basis of growth. To avoid missing out on this opportunity, policy makers and business leaders must prepare for, and work toward, a future with artificial intelligence.

Accenture and GIBS are developing a white paper about how African organisations can benefit from Artificial Intelligence (AI) whilst managing the associated transition processes. We have reached out to influential thought-leaders and business executives for their valuable input and insights about the realities of AI for African organisations. Each member of the audience will receive a copy of the white paper at this forum.

Speakers to be confirmed shortly.

Info

Registration: 17:45

Starts: 18:00

Ends: 19:30

Cocktails will be served after the event

 


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