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Moving toward the instinctive enterprise

September 26, 2018 | CAMBRIDGE (MA), U.S.

 AI, collective intelligence, and why they matter.

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Enterprises today must be quick to adapt to new technologies, outsmart the competition, and stay acutely attuned to customer needs. Successful organizations are seeking insights generated by artificial intelligence and employing strategies that enable a more nimble workforce.

MIT Technology Review invites leading executives to join us and explore innovation culture. The event includes a private tour of the MIT Media Lab, a cocktail reception and panel discussion hosted by CEO and publisher Elizabeth Bramson-Boudreau. The talk, with Genpact’s Sanjay Srivastava and MIT’s Thomas Malone, will examine how organizations are using next-generation technologies to become more adaptive and responsive.

Join the discussion on how people and computers can work together more effectively—and evaluate AI as a part of your digital transformation strategy.

Moderator: Elizabeth Bramson-Boudreau, CEO and publisher, MIT Technology Review

Bramson-Boudreau has overall operational responsibility for new and existing programs, integrated product development efforts, and strategic planning. She has a nearly 20-year background building and running teams in world-leading media companies. Before joining MIT Technology Review, Bramson-Boudreau was the global managing director of the Economist Corporate Network, where she led editorial content creation, sales, marketing, and event operations.


Panelist: Sanjay Srivastava, senior vice president and chief digital officer, Genpact

Srivastava is responsible for Genpact’s digital technology strategy and implementation, overseeing the software and services the company provides to its clients–in areas such as artificial intelligence, robotic process automation, cognitive computing, and mobility. Srivastava joined Genpact in 2011 with the company’s acquisition of Akritiv Technologies Inc., where he was founder and CEO, and led the integration of Akritiv’s software-as-a-service offerings for finance and accounting into Genpact’s services portfolio.



Panelist: Thomas Malone, Patrick J. McGovern Professor of Management, MIT Sloan School of Management

Malone is also the founding director of the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence. He was the founding director of the MIT Center for Coordination Science and one of the two founding co-directors of the MIT Initiative on “Inventing the Organizations of the 21st Century.” His most recent books are Superminds (2018) and The Future of Work (2004). He has also published more than 100 articles, research papers, and book chapters; was an inventor on 11 patents; co-edited four books, and was a co-founder of four software companies.