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Adjuno to attend an event on will robots replace the human jobs? The Technology of AI

January 18, 2018
Posted by Shweta Chordiya

Adjuno is all set to attend the breakfast briefing event on 22nd January organised by The British Chamber of Commerce, Hong Kong. The event will focus on the technology of artificial intelligence and data applications. One of the biggest transformations happening today is the reinvention of every business and non-profit activity with data applications, algorithms, and Artificial intelligence (AI).

Dr. Ikhlaq Sidhu, Chief Scientist, will look at the state of the technology of AI and Data sharing his thoughts on the most discussed question around robots replacing human jobs.

Dr. Sidhu will further discuss the technology of AI and data and their economic benefit to the industry. Many notable figures including Elon Musk and Stephen Hawking have expressed concerns about AI and potential job loss, even the concept of a singularity where machines might overpower humans. The list of new technologies is growing each day. The new wave in industrial revolution has begun and the winners will be the early-adopters. It will be interesting to see how AI, data applications and robotics will transform the industries and raise expectations in businesses globally.

It’s an ideal event for Adjuno to keep up-to-date with the latest technology, focusing on Artificial Intelligence this time If you are also planning to attend the event, we welcome the opportunity to meet and share ideas, so do look out for attendees with an Adjuno badge!

Shweta Chordiya – Marketing and Communications Manager, Adjuno
Shweta has worked in the supply chain industry for 10 years, six of which have been in Asia, based out of Hong Kong. Shweta has experience across a range of disciplines within the industry, notably supply chain operations, trade finance, marketing communications, PR, event management and content management for marketing collaterals. At Adjuno, she is responsible for all marketing and communications activity across the Asia Pacific region.