Executive Secretary UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) 2010-16. Author, The Future We Choose
Renowned for her expertise in AI, metaverse, and smart cities, AI speaker Ayesha Khanna is a pivotal strategist influencing global tech trajectories. Hailed as a leading figure in AI and celebrated for her innovative insights, she offers profound knowledge on how AI is reshaping our world, from urban landscapes to business strategies. As the dynamic force behind some of today's most groundbreaking AI projects and an advocate for a hopeful AI future, Ayesha Khanna is the quintessential keynote speaker for events exploring the frontier of technology and its profound impact on society.
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AI authority and sought-after advisor, AI speaker Ayesha Khanna is one of the world’s most influential strategic thinkers. Ayesha’s expertise in AI, metaverse, and smart cities has made her a sought-after strategic advisor for top-tier corporations and governments globally.
Ayesha Khanna is co-founder and CEO of ADDO AI, an artificial intelligence solutions firm based in Singapore. Her strategic guidance informs everything from smart-city development to fintech and sustainability initiatives. Forbes has also named ADDO one of Asia’s leading AI companies, and Khanna one of South East Asia’s groundbreaking female entrepreneurs.
Her board contributions are extensive. Dr. Khanna serves on the board of industry giants like Johnson Controls and is actively engaged with the development of NEOM, the $500 billion futuristic city in Saudi Arabia. With a seat at the Scientific Advisory Board of L’Oreal, and contributions to Mercy’s Consumer Committee, she influences both beauty and healthcare sectors, advocating for the transformative power of data and AI. In addition, Khanna’s other clients include Singapore’s SMRT and Singtel, SOMPO, Japan’s largest insurance firm, and Pakistan’s Habib Bank.
Previously, Ayesha enriched the board of AVEVA and has been integral to various Singapore government boards. These boards span areas from health promotion to education, reinforcing Singapore’s vision as a digital economy powerhouse and health-conscious nation.
An advocate for the next generation, Ayesha founded 21st Century Girls, a charity championing tech education for girls. Collaborating with tech giants like Google, this initiative has made strides in bridging the gender gap in tech.
Authoring impactful books like “Hybrid Reality”, speaker Ayesha Khanna delves into the human-technology symbiosis. Her upcoming book, You+AI, promises to further dissect the role of breakthrough technologies in our lives. Cited in renowned publications from The New York Times to the Harvard Business Review, Dr. Khanna’s insights are shaping conversations about technology, innovation, and the cities of tomorrow.
Artificial intelligence has been called one of the most significant technologies of our time. But what is the reality behind the hype? With some of the world’s most recognized companies as her clients, Dr. Khanna provides insights on how innovative firms are embracing data and machine learning to leapfrog competitors and win new customers in the process. She also provides recommendations for how your firm can accelerate its AI journey as well as use AI responsibly to engender trust amongst consumers and investors.
AI, robotics, additive manufacturing, AR/VR, quantum computing, and gene editing are among the suite of revolutionary technologies that are disrupting every industry in the world. What do they mean for the future of work and jobs? Dr. Khanna takes you on a journey through the main forces that will reshape the corporate world and labor markets, emphasizing how each sector can leverage these breakthroughs to make workers more productive, innovative, and empathetic. This process of human-technology co evolution will forever change how we view the global economy and our role in it.
New technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), the Internet of Things, and robotics can offer urban businesses and citizens higher quality, more productive, and more sustainable lifestyles. The key shift underway is from centralised, top-down models to an ecosystem approach that is inclusive of corporate and civic stakeholders, especially digital native and data-driven companies. With a PhD in information systems focused on smart cities, Dr. Khanna delivers a comprehensive assessment of case studies and best practices on how to effectively implement and be part of the Smart Cities 2.0 paradigm.
AI-driven automation, edge computing, industrial and nano robotics, and human enhancement are just a few of the main trends that will significantly impact all industries in the coming 5-10 years. Using illuminating case studies, Dr. Khanna discusses how these accelerating technologies will both disrupt business models and operations but also open up new opportunities to lift your firm to new heights. With experience advising some of the world’s largest corporations on data-driven digital transformation and innovation, Dr. Khanna highlights the key technologies that you must include in your strategic planning for the decade beyond.
A tsunami of digital disruption is coming our way and will drive the next iteration of the internet will emerge. Dr. Khanna explains the new digital architecture that will revolutionise how we live and do business, explaining concepts like the Metaverse, digital currencies and crypto, and the hot buzzword Web3. By connecting the technologies with real-world applications, Dr. Khanna shows that these trends are not hype but will in face create enormous opportunities for creators and businesses to build products and reach consumers.
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