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16.11.20

[Replay] Humanity 5.0: the future of our human potential

During the live-talk on 3rd November, Innovation futurist and keynote speaker Shivvy Jervis introduced us her “Humanity 5.0” concept. Through active dialogue and moving multimedia, in less than one hour, she presented us some digital and technological breakthroughs. She focused on the most human centred advances as she believes “it is crucial to take humanity and people to the same pace as technological development”.

In this talk, you will discover which innovations will enhance our capability, how to use technology for social good and create lasting impact on organisations, society and citizens.

The video is available in English with English, French and German subtitles.

The “Best of” Shivvy Jervis:

  • “We're at the Internet of everything: IOE. Right from the smart home to the smart car, to actually the smart body.” Example of the digital pill which can be swallowed and tells us that we're going to get ill before we even know it.
  • The moral economy: a heightened focus on responsible governance. “Employee wellbeing is a far more serious factor that will impact the company's business outcomes.”  
  • Human perception (emotive) artificial intelligence or affective computing: “Think of this as emotionally aware software that can perceive, understand, but also respond to the way that we as humans talk, feel and think […] It’s going to create a great deal of commercial value in the next few years.” Example of the IQ bot from Automation Anywhere and road safety software.
  • Advance business intelligence: “There is a democratisation taking place since the past few years. We're now taking the most crucial aspects of data intelligence platforms, that were previously only really accessible to very experienced data scientists, into the hands of anyone at an organisation, a salesperson, a businessperson, an engineer.”
  • Talking about augmented reality: “In the way that mobile technology transformed, for example, the consumer banking landscape in the last decade, this has the potential of an equally transformative impact in the next three years […] I call it augmented commerce because it will impact how we experience information.”
  • The future of work: “The responsible development and usage of these tools is critical. […] That's one of the jobs of the future, the skills of the future, is digital ethics. We will also need to think about more focus on alternative energy as we transition towards a clean energy future.

In this talk you’ll also find answers to four questions asked by the participants:

  1. What are some of the leadership approaches we can take to help navigate the digital economy? You’ve developed something called the 'inventor mindset’ - tell us more about that?
  2. Can professional decisions be affected by our personal feelings, or can we predict or influence customer behaviour?
  3. What are your thoughts on the sustainability and environmental impact of digital versus mechanical solutions (example of the door lock)?
  4. Which would be some of the humans skills to develop in a world led by AI and Internet of Everything?

The other questions will be answered in a coming article…keep an eye out!

What the participants said:

  • “It was the first online event that really had me hooked.”
  • “Very interesting, speaker excellent.”
  • “The presenter really brings her presentation to life with examples that clearly touch on”
     

To go further:

Stay tuned, unanswered Q&As and interview from Etienne Dock will follow soon!

It is crucial to take humanity and people to the same pace as technological development

Shivvy Jervis, Innovation futurist and keynote speaker

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