Generative AI Unraveled: Implications and Insights for CEOs
With Subject Matter Experts
Po Chi Wu, Investor in Human Capital
Matt Sitter, CEO, AFN
Discussions of Generative AI are everywhere. The potential sounds limitless, and some of the results look impressive. Discerning what this means for our businesses is a larger conversation. We’ll discuss what Generative AI is (and what it isn’t), where it is being effectively utilized, where it is “not ready for prime time,” and what capabilities we should not expect anytime soon.
Here are some questions CEOs may want to ask themselves:
1) How should I consider Generative AI as a technology tool?
2) How might this technology impact my business today?
3) how do I design long-term business strategies as technology evolves exponentially?
4) Could a Generative AI replace me as CEO?
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Po Chi Wu
Dr. Po Chi Wu is an Investor in Human Capital. He is an active Advisor at SkyDeck, the incubator/accelerator program at UC Berkeley and advises several startups around the world. His passion for making a difference has grown over several decades of experience as a venture capitalist and entrepreneur in Silicon Valley and in Greater China, and most recently as an adjunct professor teaching entrepreneurship in Hong Kong and Berkeley. He is a co-founder and senior partner at Futurelab Consulting, which is focused on new technologies at the intersection of blockchain, artificial intelligence, and quantum computing. He is a co-author of “Agile Innovation: The Revolutionary Approach to Accelerate Success, Inspire Engagement, and Ignite Creativity” (Wiley & Sons, 2014) and “Quantum Design Sprints (2019).
In the nonprofit world, he is a co-founder and Director of Entrepreneur Futures Network (EFN), which provides mentors to business plan competitions at major universities such as Yale, NYU, and the University of Michigan. In Hong Kong, he was a co-founder and Vice-Chairman of Invotech, where he championed the role of entrepreneurship in building Smart Cities.
Dr. Wu has a Ph.D. in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology from Princeton University and BA degrees in Mathematics and Music from UC Berkeley.
Investor in Human Capital
Matt Sitter is a passionate believer in the power of networks to innovate and realize new opportunities. His career has focused on helping leaders grow, succeed, and to mobilize their teams, organizations, and networks.
Matt’s work has spanned a broad array of industries including Healthcare, Technology, Real Estate Investment, Consumer Products, and Finance (amongst others). He has worked with multiple Fortune 500 executive teams, Private Equity firms, startups, and everything in between.
In addition to his role at AFN, Matt is currently a partner at the Advisory Services firm, Advantary. His experience includes leadership roles at The McChrystal Group, CrossLead, Inc., and MedLever. He has led multiple functions including Product Management, Marketing, Reimbursement, and Product Development.
Matt is a certified Executive Coach, completed his undergraduate studies at Brown University and received his MBA from Dartmouth College’s Tuck School of Business. He is a proud father and husband.