How Generative AI is Changing the World: Insights and Examples from the AI for All Conference
Watch the keynotes, Q&As, and panels from the AI for All conference, where leading companies and researchers shared their insights and best practices on using generative AI, plus access to exclusive material for DI Members.
Ring the AI alarms! Why Intercom adopted generative AI in their organization and their product portfolio.
- What is Intercom, and why did you go all-in on generative AI?
- How does generative AI enable companies to deliver better customer experiences?
- How does an AI-assisted organization look like from CEO to intern
- Practical example: How Intercom is making the transition
Des Traynor is a Co-founder and the Chief Strategy Officer of Intercom, where he leads strategy and R&D, AI, Engineering, and Design.
Des sits is an author and speaker on AI strategy, startup, business scaling, and more. He also invests in many startups, including Stripe, Miro, and Notion.
Over 25,000 businesses use Intercom's customer service platform, and Intercom has been a Forbes Cloud 100 honoree for seven consecutive years.
Intercom is an early OpenAI partner at the forefront of transitioning to an AI-assisted organization. Intercom has also launched several enterprise-ready AI-powered products for its customer base.
Synthesia: The evolution of media and entertainment with generative AI.
- What Synthesia does and why.
- How media & entertainment creation and consumption is changing.
- Practical examples: How are companies working differently now when they produce media, and what value do they see?
- What will the next 12-36 months look like from here?
Victor Co-founded Synthesia in 2017 with Prof. Matthias Niessner, Prof. Lourdes Agapito, and Steffen Tjerrild.
Synthesia is a Danish-founded unicorn and the world’s leading AI video creation platform for enterprises.
More than 50,000 businesses, including 35% of the Fortune 100, use Synthesia’s technology to create training, instructional, and product marketing videos in minutes.
Hempel’s journey with generative AI so far and where they are going
- How and why they got started.
- Decisions on what technologies to use.
- Examples of where they are today and where they would like to be in 6-12-24 months.
- What value are they looking to create? (i.e., productivity gains, new product opportunities, etc.)
Emilie van Vliet Lundblad has 14 years of hands-on experience at the forefront of technological innovation, harnessing the power of Data & AI to create more efficient, sustainable, and customer-centric businesses.
Emilie holds a minor in Machine Learning & AI from MIT and is a National Board Member of the Pioneer Centre of AI. Recognized in 2023 as a Microsoft MVP in Data platforms and nominated for Hyperights Nordic Top 100 for Data & AI.
She is a strategic thinker with a proven ability to deliver cutting-edge solutions that drive business growth.
As a world-leading supplier of trusted coating solutions, Hempel is a global company with strong values, working with customers in the decorative, marine, infrastructure, and energy industries. Hempel factories, R&D centers, and stock points are established in every region.
Hempel believes they will succeed as a business only if sustainability is at the heart.
Hempel was founded in Copenhagen, Denmark, in 1915 and is proudly owned by the Hempel Foundation.
Pioneer Centre for AI: Navigating opportunities and obstacles in AI
- Perspectives on opportunities and obstacles that arise with AI.
- Your ambitions for using AI in the global community securely and sustainably.
- Views on the differences between American and European ways of capturing the opportunities with generative AI.
Serge Belongie is a professor of Computer Science and the head of the Danish Pioneer Centre for AI at the University of Copenhagen. He is an expert in computer vision and machine learning. He has co-founded several computer vision and object recognition startups, such as Digital Persona, Anchovi Labs, and Orpix3.
He has received numerous awards and honors, including the MIT Technology Review Innovators under 35, the ICCV Helmholtz Prize, and the Sloan Research Fellowship.
He is also a former member of the Visiting Faculty program at Google and the Associate Dean at Cornell Tech4.
About The Pioneer Centre for AI
The Pioneer Centre for Artificial Intelligence focuses on fundamental research and develops platforms, methods, and practices addressing society’s greatest challenges within an interdisciplinary framework.
Hosted by the University of Copenhagen’s Department of Computer Science, cooperating institutions, Denmark’s Technical University, IT University of Copenhagen, Aalborg University, and Aarhus University co-lead the efforts along with Director Professor Serge Belongie.
IBM: Navigating the future - crafting your AI strategy and roadmap
- Why we need flexible deployment models for AI platforms.
- Considerations on vendor lock-in.
- Prioritizing the right use cases – proven examples from IBM and clients
- Black box and "trust-washing".
- The need for AI governance.
Namik Hrle is a Vice President of Development in IBM's Data and AI division. He holds the title of IBM Fellow, with 76 patents, numerous outstanding technical achievements, author recognition, and corporate awards.
Namik has a worldwide reputation as an expert in using data and AI for digital transformation and reinvention of enterprise applications. He frequently delivers public presentations on data and AI topics at significant industry and university conferences.
With over 3,000 scientists and researchers, IBM helps businesses put AI into action by focusing on where AI can deliver real benefits quickly and ethically.
IBM's rich portfolio of business-grade AI products and analytics solutions are designed to reduce the hurdles of AI adoption and establish the proper data foundation while optimizing for outcomes and responsible use.
LMS365: How learning is getting hyper-personal with generative AI
- Who is LMS365?
- How AI reshapes how we learn at work.
- How we are using generative AI at LMS365 so far and in the future.
- Practical examples of how generative AI enables people to learn. faster/better/continuously.
Robin is the Chief Business and Product Officer at LMS365. Robin has previously been a 3 x CMO with more than 20 years of experience in marketing and growth leadership roles at Salesforce, Box, LinkedIn, Matterport, and WeWork.
He has done 2.5 IPOs and several acquisitions, leading companies to become category leaders through hyper-growth.
LMS is the only AI-powered learning platform empowering organizations in the modern digital workplace.
With millions of users in 60+ countries globally, it is the only cloud-based AI learning platform built into Microsoft 365.
LMS365 is more than just a platform for employee learning and training management; it is an all-in-one integrated learning solution for the digital age.
Palantir: AI in a Europe context – what are the possibilities?
- Competitiveness: Risk tolerance in Danish/Nordic companies.
- The need for AI regulations and pros/cons.
- Use case: How is Palantir using generative AI to create value for organsations safely and sustainably?
Nic Prettejohn currently leads the delivery and adoption of Palantir's latest product, Artificial Intelligence Platform (AIP), working closely with partners and customers, helping them navigate the complexities of deploying AI-enabled projects to drive operational value.
Nic brings significant expertise working with some of Europe's largest financial institutions.
At Palantir, Nic Prettejohn has led and overseen several transformational projects across Europe. Notably, these include the NHS COVID-19 vaccine and PPE distribution program and the UK government's "Homes for Ukraine" initiative, which has resettled over 128,000 Ukrainian refugees in the UK.
Palantir (NYSE: PLTR) helps the world's most essential institutions use their data to solve their most urgent problems.
Their category-leading software empowers organizations to create and govern artificial intelligence across public and private networks.
From delivering disaster relief to building safer automobiles, Palantir enables AI-powered operations for every decision.
IBM: The future of AI – what will happen in the next 12-36 months?
Namik Hrle, IBM Fellow and VP Data and AI. Moderated by Nikolaj Sonne.
Palantir: How can companies navigate AI adoption in 2024 and beyond?
Nicolas Prettejohn, Head of AI, UK & Nordics, Palantir. Moderated by Nikolaj Sonne.
Intercom: Practical advice on adopting generative AI in your organization and towards your customers
Des Traynor, Co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer, Intercom. Moderated by Marie Høst.
Synthesia: Where do we go from here as media consumers and producers of media?
Victor Riparbelli, CEO and Co-founder, Synthesia. Moderated by Marie Høst.
Novo Nordisk & Hempel: How production companies can use generative AI to speed up processes and unlock new business opportunities
Caroline Raben Mogensen, Director, Data Science, Novo Nordisk & Emilie Lundblad, Director of AI & Automation, Hempel. Moderated by Nikolaj Sonne.
LMS365 & the LEGO Group: Opportunities and challenges in using generative AI in learning for adults and kids
Robin Daniels, Chief Business & Product Officer, LMS365, and Nermeen Louizi Ghoniem, Tech Program Manager AI and creators, the LEGO Group, and Co-founder of Hello Ada. Moderated by Nikolaj Sonne.
Intercom & Synthesia & Pioneer Centre for AI: Competitive challenges and advantages in AI for European companies
Des Traynor, Co-founder & Chief Strategy Officer, Intercom; Victor Riparbelli, CEO & Co-founder, Synthesia; Serge Belongie, Professor DIKU and Director Pioneer Centre for AI. Moderated by Marie Høst.
What to expect from today's event and perspectives on generative AI
A conversation between Event Host Niels Lunde and Director DI Digital Camilla Ley Valentin on what to expect from today's event and perspectives on generative AI