The Power to Innovate: An AI Perspective
Thursday, October 26, 2023 | 3:30 pm EST | In-Person | $265 pp
Nationally and regionally, YPNs receive a price discount between $50 to $100
This year’s Future Forum conference theme centres on “The Power to Innovate: An AI Perspective.” This event is returning to an in person gathering designed specifically for HR, Supply Chain, and Marketing professionals seeking to harness the potential of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to revolutionize their company abilities. In the rapidly evolving landscape of business, AI has emerged as a pivotal force, redefining how organizations operate, interact, and innovate.
- Expert Insights: Gain firsthand insights into successful AI integration, implementation challenges, and the future implications for HR, Supply Chain, and Marketing.
- AI Success Stories: Learn from real-world case studies where AI has empowered organizations to achieve remarkable outcomes. Understand how AI-driven solutions have enhanced recruitment strategies, optimized supply chain operations, and revolutionized customer engagement.
- Networking Opportunities: Connect with professionals who share your passion for innovation. Build a valuable network of contacts spanning different disciplines, fostering cross-functional collaboration and knowledge exchange.
- Future Trends: Get a glimpse into the future as experts discuss upcoming AI trends that will shape the landscape of HR, Supply Chain, and Marketing.
Who should attend? HR, Supply Chain, and Marketing professionals who are curious about the transformative potential of AI in their respective domains will find this conference immensely valuable. Whether you’re an AI novice or a seasoned practitioner, this event will offer actionable insights and strategies to help you navigate the AI-powered future with confidence.
+ Business Leaders
+ Marketing Professionals
+ Supply Chain Professionals
+ Human Resource Experts
+ Customer Experience Leaders
+ Sales Leaders
Agenda at a Glance:
3:30 pm – Doors open
4:20 pm – Keynote Speaker: “From Frankenstein to Chatbots: Unleashing the Power of AI for Good.”
5:20 pm – “The Power of Customer-Centric Transformation”
5:50 pm – “ChatGPT: Legal Considerations for Employers”
6:30 pm – Networking
7:30 pm – Event concludes
The Pass Includes:
Access to all three speaker components, networking, 1x beverage ticket, and delectable tapas and appetizers.
Parking is available around the complex and on the road. Carpooling is recommended!
Stile Room by Speducci Mercatto
46 Milford Avenue, Toronto, ON M6M 2V8
Dr. Sean Wise
Professor of Entrepreneurship & Former Dragons’ Den Advisor
As a celebrated business speaker and one of North America’s leading mentors with an unmistakable passion for business, Dr. Sean Wise specializes in helping emerging and high growth potential organizations jump on the trajectory and turn a profit. He is a Professor of Entrepreneurship at Toronto Metropolitan University, formerly Ryerson University, an award-winning author, and was a featured consultant on Canada’s popular Dragons’ Den business reality show series. Sean helps business dreams become profitable realities and has been praised for his energetic and thought-provoking presentations, as well as his ability to explain complex topics to his audiences. Learn More.
Dr. Yuri Levin
Professor of Management Analytics
Yuri Levin is a Professor of Management Analytics at Smith School of Business. Previously, he was Rector (Dean) of Moscow School of Management Skolkovo, Stephen J.R. Smith Chair of Analytics, Executive Director of Analytics and AI, and the founding Director of the Scotiabank Centre for Customer Analytics at Smith School of Business. He was also a founding Director of Smith’s Master of Management Analytics program.
(B.C.L., LL.B., CHRL)
Stuart Ducoffe is a seasoned employment and labour lawyer. He is the founder of e2r™ and partner and co-founder of Woolgar VanWiechen Cosgriffe Ducoffe LLP, practicing exclusively in the area of employment and labour law.
Prior to founding e2r™ and the law firm, Stuart practiced for many years with one of Canada’s largest and most prestigious Canadian law firms. He obtained his law degree from McGill University in 1984, and was called to the Ontario Bar in 1986. Stuart is one of only a small group of employment and labour lawyers certified by HRPA as a Certified Human Resources Leader (CHRL).
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46 Milford Ave
Toronto, ON, Canada, M6M 2V8