Juliette Powell

Juliette Powell

Juliette Powell is an independent researcher, entrepreneur, and keynote speaker at the intersection of technology and business. Her consulting services focus on global strategy and scenarios related to AI and data, banking, mobile, retail, social gaming, and responsible technology. She has delivered live commentary on Bloomberg, BNN, NBC, CNN, ABC, and BBC and presentations at institutions like The Economist, Harvard, and MIT. She works with such organizations as Reuters, the United Nations, Warner Brothers, l’Union des Banques Suisses, Microsoft, The Red Cross, Cirque du Soleil, IBM, and the World Bank Group.
Juliette’s previous book is 33 Million People in the Room: How to Create, Influence, and Run a Successful Business with Social Networking (Financial Times Press, 2009). She was a cofounder with Intel Labs of the research network WeTheData. The AI Dilemma is based in part on her research conducted at Columbia University. Powell is a faculty member at New York University’s Interactive Telecommunications Program and the founding partner of Kleiner Powell International (KPI), kleinerpowell.com.
You can learn more about Juliette and her latest book here: https://www.juliettepowell.com/

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  • Ask an Expert - Juliette Powell - The AI Dilemma

    In this interview we speak with Juliette Powell about her latest book, The AI Dilemma - 7 Principles for Responsible Technology

    During the interview we discuss a range of issues and opportunities around Artificial Intelligence:
    - What drew Juliette into AI in the first place
    - The "dilemma" in t...