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AI & The Future of Learning
On this episode of the Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast, Craig Johns speaks with Christina Gerakiteys, Nick Harding, and Sam Cawthorn about the world of artificial intelligence and the future of learning.
We also dive deeper into technology and the evolution of spaces & education, adapting to the changes brought about by technology, and how to utilise AI for good.
Nick Harding, Christina Gerakiteys, & Sam Cawthorn – AI & The Future of Learning
Christina Gerakiteys is the former Co-CEO of SingularityU Australia, an Advisor with Wavia, and the CEO of UtopiaX. She is a sought-after speaker, facilitator, and program designer. Christina has disrupted current mindsets with her Moonshot thinking, creating highly customized programs for clients like Deloitte, IAG, and Entrepreneurs Organisation.
Nick Harding is a Strategic Communications Expert, Speech Writer, and Presenter, who is passionate about helping people discover and craft their story. Nick has designed strategic communications for companies like ANZ Private and Navia and has written TED, SXSW, and Vivid talks for individuals. He has taught presentation and pitching skills to companies like IAG, the NSW Department of Treasury, and IBM India, and trained iconic Australian companies such as NAB and Westpac on leadership and influence.
Sam Cawthorn is the CEO and Founder of Speakers Institute and Speakers Tribe. Sam is a multi-talented entrepreneur, author of 11 books, including 5 International Best Sellers, and a keynote speaker who has inspired audiences worldwide. He has been recognized as both the Young Australian Of The Year and the Edupreneur of the Year for his outstanding contribution to education and leadership.
Christina, Nick and Sam talk about:
- World of artificial intelligence
- AI & The Future of Learning
- Technology and the evolution of spaces
- Meaning of metaverse
- The inevitability of change
- AI & the evolution of education
- Plagiarism and cheating
- Bloom’s Taxonomy
- Use of AI in schools and workplaces
- Productivity with AI
- Utilising AI for good
- Digital minds, analogue hearts
“As the technology is rising exponentially, as change is happening faster and faster, there’s also an exponential rise in mindfulness meditation, breathing, being aware, slowing down. So all these things are happening so that we can in fact live in each moment so that we can deal with the exponential change and the rate of adaptability that we’re being asked to have at the moment.” Christina Gerakiteys talks about change and adaptability on the Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast.
“That ability to have critical thinking that that’s the type of stuff that we need to be teaching, we need to be teaching critical thinking.” Nick Harding on what educators need to teach students on the Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast.
“We still have this analogue heart set without a doubt. We still want that human touch, have human connection and the like.” Sam Cawthorn on whether AI can totally replace the human workforce on the Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast.
Resources Mentioned in this show:
Sam Cawthorn www.samcawthorn.com
Sam Cawthorn Linkedin
Speakers Institute Corporate www.speakersinstitutecorporate.com
Christina Gerakiteys www.christinagerakiteys.global
Christina Gerakiteys Linkedin
Christina Gerakiteys Instagram
Nick Harding www.nickharding.com.au
Nick Harding Linkedin
Craig Johns www.craigjohns.com.au
Craig Johns firstname.lastname@example.org
Craig Johns LinkedIn
Craig Johns Facebook
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