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Speaker: Dr. Rache Rutherford, Business Creativity Expert developing creative behaviors for 20 years, Co-author of more than 40 books on creativity including Creativity Uncovered; Am I clever or am I stupid?; Creative people can perform miracles
Creativity implies developing very specific skills like fluency, originality, essence and open thinking. The good news about creativity is that it can be taught and learnt. A successful future for individuals and businesses without these skills, is unthinkable. Dr. Rache Rutherford would talk about:
Speaker: Julie Burstein, Peabody Award-winning producer, best-selling author, TED speaker, coach, consultant
"One of the greatest challenges of this moment, in our work and our lives, is not knowing what will happen next. This deep uncertainty about the future can be paralyzing, but it also can be a space from which we can create the future we want. When creating anything new, we have to spend a lot of time experiencing uncertainty, something none of us can avoid (though many try). Julie will dive into how we can learn to play with uncertainty, expand our capacity for not knowing what comes next, and develop the ability to live in the essential, sometimes maddening space that the poet John Keats calls “negative capability” – “capable of being in uncertainties, mysteries, doubts, without any irritable reaching after fact & reason…” -- from which creativity grows.
Speaker: Dr. Arthur I Miller, Professor at University College London, Best Selling Author of Colliding Worlds: How Cutting-Edge Science is Redefining Contemporary Art and other books including Einstein, Picasso: Space, Time, and the Beauty That Causes Havoc. His latest book is entitled The Artist In the Machine
ARE COMPUTERS TRULY CREATIVE?
Today’s computers are composing music that sounds “more Bach than Bach,” turning photographs into paintings in the style of Van Gogh’s Starry Night, and even writing screenplays. But are computers truly creative—or are they merely tools to be used by musicians, artists, and writers? In his book, Arthur I. Miller takes us on a tour of creativity in the age of machines.
We chat with Dr. Arthur I. Miller about AI-powered creativity – and his new book “The Artist in the Machine" and how Machines can have the creative characteristics of humans and so be creative like us - and will go far beyond.
Speaker: Shahan Sud, A 24-year Investment banker and columnist who writes for The Economic Times, The Financial Express, VCCircle, Business Insider India, Hindustan Times and Dainik Jagran
Shahan's foundations in economics and roots in research have guided his policy recommendations and strategic solutions which are often reflected in his articles. Being an investment banker has given him the opportunity to utilize these skills and blend them with an understanding of investor sentiments and deal structuring in the Indian context. Keeping his experience as base , Shahan will bring forth the following narratives : Investment Professionals perspective ; A public policy enthusiast’s perspective; A young Indians’ perspective and A columnist’s perspective
Shahan will talk about creative financials strategies :
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