UCL School of Management

3 October 2016

'View from the 38th' - What do business leaders need to know about AI?

The panel from left to right: Tom Standage, Azeem Azhar, Nicholas Davis and Alison Vincent.

UCL School of Management held its inaugural 'View from the 38th' event at the launch of its new home in Canary Wharf.

The debate, which discussed 'what business leaders need to know about AI', was the first in a brand new series of events, debates and discussions centred around the beliefs and research of the school.

Chaired by Deputy Editor of The Economist, Tom Standage, panelists Azeem Azhar, Nicholas Davies and Alison Vincent discussed how far AI has come, and what the future holds.

Professor Bert De Reyck, Director of UCL School of Management, opened the evening by talking about the transformation the School has undertaken since it was formed 12 months ago.

He also invited UCL President and Provost Michael Arthur to speak, before Sir George Iacobescu, CEO of Canary Wharf Group, took to the stage.

Watch the debate

Last updated Tuesday, 4 October 2016