PwC at the Annual Meeting of the New Champions

1-3 July, World Economic Forum, Dalian

Globalisation 4.0 represents fundamental changes in the global economy that are reshaping companies, communities and countries at an unprecedented speed and scale. These changes are driven by environmental challenges, regional competition, economic disparities and technological disruption. They, in turn, require different forms of leadership and collaboration adapted to this new era of globalization. Leadership 4.0 requires an understanding of how new champions that are gaining economic influence are disrupting and transforming current industry models.

This will be the focus of the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting of the New Champions, which will be held in Dalian, China from 1-3 July 2019. Featuring over 100 sessions, the meeting brings together over 1,500 senior business and government leaders, policy makers, technology and innovation experts, academic leaders and journalists from over 80 countries. As a strategic partner to the WEF, PwC is once again having a strong presence at the event.

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How can we design Responsible Artificial Intelligence?

 
Monday 1 July, 15:00-15:30 Dalian time

Concerns have grown over how artificial intelligence (AI) could impact privacy, cybersecurity, employment, inequality and the environment. Customers, employees, boards, regulators and businesses are all asking the same question: can we trust AI? Stakeholders want to know that organisations are using AI responsibly, so that it strengthens the business and society as a whole.

Join us for the launch of PwC’s Responsible AI Toolkit, which sets out what organisations can do to build trust in their AI systems and applications. Featuring PwC’s Global AI Leader Anand Rao and PwC’s Global Technology, Media and Telecommunications Leader Wilson Chow.

Explore our practical guide to responsible AI


Empowering AI Leadership

Wednesday 3 July, 10:30-11:30 Dalian time

AI could contribute $15.7tr to the global economy by 2030, according to PwC research. As AI enters more decision-making settings, how can we ensure algorithmic accountability and transparency?

Join Anand Rao, Global AI Leader, PwC US, and other panellists as they discuss this important topic.

 

Our PwC delegation

Anand Rao

Global Artificial Intelligence Leader, Principal, PwC United States

+1 (617) 633 8354

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Flavio Palaci

Global Data Analytics Leader, PwC Australia

+61 400 228 312

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Wilson Chow

Global Technology, Media and Telecommunications Leader, Partner, PwC China

+86 755 8261 8886

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Thomas Leung

Mainland China and Hong Kong Markets Leader, PwC China

+[86] (10) 6533 2838 / +[852] 2289 8288

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Xing Zhou

China Diversity Leader, PwC China

+86 10 6533 7986

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What is fair when it comes to AI bias?

It’s not the algorithm behaving badly, but how we define fairness that determines an artificial intelligence system’s impact.

by Anand Rao and Ilana Golbin

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Andrea Plasschaert

Senior manager, Global communications, PwC Switzerland

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