12:30 - 14:00
D Hall, 1st Floor
In May this year, San Francisco became the first US city to ban facial recognition, a few months earlier, a Chinese scientist claimed the creation of the first gene-edited babies, and the author of several bestsellers, Yuval Noah Harari, has warned about these risks of us, humans, becoming easily hackable by algorithms. As the accelerated technological advancement is bound to transform our world beyond recognition challenging our very fundamental understanding of what it means to be human. How should business, government, civil society, and each one of us prepare and adapt to such a future?