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AI Superpowers: China, Silicon Valley and the New World Order

In this talk, Dr Lee will talk about the four waves of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and how AI will permeate every part of our lives in the next decade. He will talk about how this will be different from previous technology revolutions - it will be faster and be driven by not one superpower, but two - the US and China. AI will add $16 trillion to our global GDP, but also cause many challenges that will be hard to solve. He will talk in particular about AI replacing routine jobs - the consequences, the proposed solutions that don't work (such as UBI), and end with a blueprint of co-existence between humans and AI.

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Yale-NUS Performance Hall
College Ave West, Singapore 119077
Thu 22 November 2018
03:00 PM - 04:15 PM

Dr. Kai-Fu Lee

Dr. Kai-Fu Lee

Chairman and CEO of Sinovation Ventures, Former President of Google China

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Dr. Sintia Teddy-Ang

Dr. Sintia Teddy-Ang

Director, Strategic & Synergetic Programmes, Office of the Senior Deputy President and Provost, NUS

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Assoc Prof. Eduardo Araral

Assoc Prof. Eduardo Araral

Associate Professor and Coordinator, Program on public policy and disruptive technologies, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy

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