Unlocking the trillion-dollar potential of generative AI

An exclusive webcast on new avenues of business value

Capture the value of generative AI

Generative AI is poised to unlock trillions in annual economic value across industries. This rapidly evolving field is changing the way we approach everything from content creation to software development, promising never-before-seen efficiency and productivity gains. 

In this session, experts from Amazon Web Services (AWS) and QuantumBlack, AI by McKinsey, discuss the drivers fueling the massive potential impact of generative AI. Plus, they look at key industries set to capture the largest share of this value and practical strategies for effectively upskilling their workforces to take advantage of these productivity gains. 

Watch this session to:

  • Explore generative AI's economic impact
  • Understand workforce upskilling needs
  • Integrate generative AI responsibly
  • Establish an AI-ready business model

Learn how to seamlessly integrate generative AI into your organization's workflows while fostering a skilled and adaptable workforce. Register now to learn how to unlock the trillion-dollar potential of generative AI.

Learn from the experts

The value proposition 
of generative AI, and which industries and sectors will benefit most

Create a collaborative foundation
for a successful AI Program by upskilling your workforce

Assess potential AI use cases
by focusing on business solutions to maximize the return on investment

Featured speakers

Tom Godden
Enterprise Strategist
Amazon Web Services

Alex Singla
Senior Partner, McKinsey & Company, and
Global Leader of QuantumBlack, AI by McKinsey

Tom joined AWS as an Enterprise Strategist in October of 2019. In this role, Tom works with enterprise executives, including those that operate in a highly regulated environment, to share experiences and strategies for how the cloud can help them increase speed and agility while devoting more of their resources to their customers. Prior to joining AWS, Tom was the Chief Information Officer for Foundation Medicine (FMI) where he helped build the world's leading, FDA regulated, cancer genomics diagnostic, research, and patient outcomes platform that leverages high performance compute (HPC), Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) capabilities to improve outcomes and inform next-generation precision medicine. During his tenure at FMI he led a 500+ person organization to respond to the regulatory, growth, and efficiency needs of the business by transforming from a completely on-premise and traditional waterfall organization to become a modern technology-enabled organization that was 100% in the cloud and utilized agile, DevOps, and customer centric design practices. Previously, Tom held multiple senior technology leadership roles at Wolters Kluwer in Alphen aan den Rijn Netherlands and has over 15 years in the healthcare and life sciences industry. Tom has a Bachelor’s degree from Arizona State University.

Alex is a senior partner at McKinsey & Company, based in Chicago, and leads QuantumBlack, McKinsey’s AI arm, globally. He helps companies transform by deploying digital and data and analytics solutions, and ensuring these solutions go from pilot to full-scale adoption and scaling. He embeds change management and capability building as core elements to every transformation to ensure sustainable and step-change improvements in growth, effectiveness, cost, and customer experience. In his more than 20 years with McKinsey, Alex has advised clients on several topics, including strategy, digital and analytics, enterprise transformation, service operations, distribution, end-to-end customer journeys, technology, risk assessment, warranty and claims, marketing, and cost.

About the hosts

MIT Technology Review

Founded at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1899, MIT Technology Review is a world-renowned, independent media company whose insight, analysis, reviews, interviews and live events explain the newest technologies and their commercial, social and political impacts. MIT Technology Review derives authority from its relationship to the world's foremost technology institution and from its editors' deep technical knowledge, capacity to see technologies in their broadest context, and unequaled access to leading innovators and researchers. Our in-depth reporting reveals what’s going on now to prepare you for what’s coming next.

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