EP05 - Between Two Bots with Gary Bolles

EP05 - Between Two Bots with Gary Bolles

Welcome to the Between Two Bots podcast. In this podcast, we discuss the cultural, technological and ethical implications of artificial intelligence and AI-based decisions. A discussion that is so important to have as it affects us all. Especially now, that our relationship with machines is changing as we move from human to human, to human to machine, to machine to machine interactions. AI becomes more pervasive and has a bigger impact on how we live and how and the work that we do.

This week's guest is Gary Bolles. Gary leads Lead Singularity University's activities related to the shift to a digital work economy, helping individuals, organizations, and government agencies to navigate disruptive change. A frequent lecturer on the future of work and the future of learning, Gary is the author of "The Next Rules of Work".

Podcast notes:
Gary Bolles: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gbolles/

3 weekly articles:

  1. Mark Zuckerberg’s metaverse may be as privacy flawed as Facebook - https://fortune.com/2021/10/29/mark-zuckerberg-metaverse-privacy-facebook-meta/
  2. What we’re getting wrong about The Great Resignation - https://www.bbc.com/worklife/article/20211028-what-were-getting-wrong-about-the-great-resignation
  3. AI and human rights - a different take on an old debate - https://diginomica.com/ai-and-human-rights-different-take-old-debate

Gary Bolles's book: The Next Rules of Work: https://amzn.to/3F12t5N

For more information visit https://BetweenTwoBots.com

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Dr Mark van Rijmenam
Dr Mark van Rijmenam

Dr Mark van Rijmenam is The Digital Speaker and available for (virtual) keynotes in-person or as avatar or hologram. He is the Founder of Datafloq and Mavin. Van Rijmenam is the author of the three best-selling management books, including The Organisation of Tomorrow, which discusses how AI, blockchain and analytics turn your business into a data organisation. He holds PhD in management from the University of Technology Sydney on how organizations should deal with Big Data, Blockchain and (Responsible) AI and he is the publisher of the ‘f(x) = ex‘ newsletter read by thousands of executives.