The AI Republic: Building the Nexus Between Humans and Intelligent Automation
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Artificial intelligence will radically change our lives–just not in the ways you might think. You’ve been made to believe that AI will take your job. The truth is AI will deeply change the nature of work itself and lead to the creation of jobs that don’t exist yet.Sensational media reports speculate about the “rise of the machines” but fail to see that there’s no real intelligence in AI. It is not an all-seeing master, but rather a functional tool that must combine with the intelligence we possess to be effective.
With The AI Republic, Terence Tse, Mark Esposito, and Danny Goh have not written a book for coders, but for everyone curious about a future shaped by AI. They demystify this life-changing technology and explain how we can build a shared space where humans and intelligent automation work together, whether you’re a business executive who wants to implement it, a government leader responsible for policy creation, or a parent who wants to prepare your children to grow up with AI as a companion.
Dr. Mark Esposito is an Adjunct Professor of Strategy at IE Business School and a Professor Business and Economics at Hult International Business School as well as at Harvard University’s Division of Continuing Education. He also serves as Institutes Council Co-Leader, for the Microeconomics of Competitiveness program (MOC) at the Institute of Strategy and Competitiveness, at Harvard Business School. He is a Research Fellow at the Judge Business School, University of Cambridge and a Senior Associate for the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership.He has advised the President of the European Parliament in the analysis of the EU systemic crisis and worked as cross theme contributors for the World Economic Forum reports on Innovation Driven Entrepreneurship and Collaborative Innovation. He holds Fellowships with the Social Progress Imperative and with the Global Federation of Competitiveness Councils in Washington D.C.