New Work Summit 2019, a NYT conference [Feb 25–26th, 2019]
Leading in the age of AI
On February 12–13, as the impact of artificial intelligence is accelerating across a myriad of industries, the New York Times will convene leaders in technology and business to explore the unprecedented questions, challenges and opportunities that AI is unleashing for leaders of organizations.
Through provocative, journalist-led interviews, intimate interactive sessions and networking events in a spectacular setting, The New Work Summit is designed to provide an unparalleled experience for attendees.
We will address important questions such as what sectors are experiencing the most dramatic transformations, and how does that impact top decision-making? How can C.E.O.s harness the power of AI to optimize their companies’ performance? Is China posed to surge ahead of the rest of the world on AI? And — more broadly — what kind of role should regulators play in managing the disruption from AI and its impact on the global economy?
Marc Benioff, Chairman and C.E.O, Salesforce
Andrew Ng, Founder and C.E.O., Landing.ai; Adjunct Professor, Stanford University
Kai-Fu Lee, Chairman and C.E.O., Sinovation Ventures
Fei-Fei Li, Chief Scientist, Google Cloud AI and Machine Learning; Director of AI Lab, Stanford University
Jeff Wilke, C.E.O. Worldwide Consumer, Amazon
John Krafcik, C.E.O., Waymo
Frank Chen, Partner, Andreessen Horowitz
Mike Schroepfer, C.T.O., Facebook
Robert B. Reich, Chancellor’s Professor of Public Policy, University of California at Berkeley
Peggy Johnson, E.V.P. of Business Development, Microsoft
Michael Kratsios, Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy U.S. Chief Technology Officer, The White House
Jeff Weiner, C.E.O., LinkedIn