S1 E2: AI's ROLE IN SHAPING OUR ETHICS, BRAIN, BEHAVIOURS, GIG ECONOMY AND WELLBEING - with Dr. Joan Cahill, Trinity College Dublin
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Geraldine and Mahima talk with Dr. Joan Cahill, Research Fellow at the Centre for Innovative Human Systems (CIHS), Trinity College Dublin. Joan has worked on many high-profile academic and industry collaborated projects, and received the Societal Impact Award 2019. Joan understands the impact of Human and Machine Interaction (HMI); How the services in our hospitals may hit the mark for better operational efficiency but what about the client/patient experience?; The gig economy, whose gig is it really?; Tackling bias in AI and humans!; We explore the shifts in our attitudes as a result of AI interaction but need to acknowledge the changing shape to our brains, as a result of incorporating and normalising constant engagement with machine interactions in our daily lives today.

Hosts:

Geraldine Magnier (ger.magnier@idiro.com): Co-Founder & Director of Idiro Analytics/ Serving on the National Council of the SFA (Small Firms Association)/ Serving on the Policy Council of the Dublin City Chamber/ Board member of Technology Ireland (IBEC)

Mahima Badsra (mahima.badsra@idiro.com): An economist by education and a technology enthusiast – having lived all over the world, Mahima finally decided to buy furniture and settle down in Dublin. She is currently serving on the Council of Technology Ireland, IBEC

iTunes: https://lnkd.in/eme6kyY

Twitter: @needlelands

Blog: mahimabadsra.com

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