What does the future of work look like? Stanford Digital Economy Lab AI & Future of Work Conference
Let's talk about AI and the future of work.
October 27, 2020
9:10AM - 1:15PM PT
Free, virtual event
Open to everyone
You're invited to join us for the AI & the Future of Work Conference on 27, 2020.
This free virtual event will bring together visionary researchers, executives, and policy experts to examine and discuss the profound impact of AI and digital technologies on productivity, business, and policy.
We truly hope you can join us for the inaugural event of the Stanford Digital Economy Lab.
The day will feature discussions with forward-thinking researchers, industry leaders, and experts in the areas of AI, policy, and the digital economy. You’ll also have the opportunity to ask questions during Q&A sessions with event speakers. View full schedule here.
The Economics of Technology Professor, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University; Faculty Associate Director, HAI, Director of the Golub Capital Social Impact Lab; Senior Fellow, Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR)
Director of the Digital Economy Lab; Senior Fellow, HAI; Ralph Landau Senior Fellow at the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR)
The Trione Director and Senior Fellow, SIEPR; The Wayne and Jodi Cooperman Professor, Department of Economics, Stanford University
Mary Kay Henry
International President, Service Employees International Union
Partner, Greylock Ventures; Co-Founder, LinkedIn
Co-founder of Future Ventures and DFJ
Sequoia Professor, Computer Science Department; Denning Co-Director, HAI
Senior Partner, McKinsey & Company and Chairman of the McKinsey Global Institute
Hon. Gina Raimondo
Governor of Rhode Island
Tad and Dianne Taube Director and Senior Fellow, Hoover Institution
Former Executive Chairman and CEO, Google; Co-Founder, Schmidt Futures
President, Stanford University
Chair of Editorial Board and Editor-At-Large, US, Financial Times
Conference MC: Christie Ko, Executive Director, Stanford Digital Economy Lab