Author, futurist, and serial entrepreneur Sylvain Rochon will illustrate how robots and artificial intelligence (AI) will be capable of replacing human workers within the next 25 years. Sylvain will explain the differences between the AI-assisted human work we see today and the AI of tomorrow. He’ll go over what our society and individuals can do to ensure that the transition to a world where most work is done by AI will be the best thing that could ever happen to our world.
There is no reason to be scared if we have the ability, through understanding, to direct the changes ahead as we enter the 4th Industrial Revolution.
Sylvain's 2018 book Engineering Paradise: Are You Ready? will be available for purchase at a reduced price at Octopus and Sylvain will be available for dedications after the talk.
Tuesday, September 18 2018
251 Bank St. 2nd Floor
Please register online or in person at 116 Third Ave. by Sept. 17.
Space is limited!
For more info please call 613-233-2589 or e-mail email@example.com
No one will be turned away! If you need support to attend this classroom please let us know, we are happy to accommodate you.
Sylvain Rochon gets people to expand their human experience through the use of advanced technology.
He has been professionally working in technology for the past 20 years. Sylvain has started out with university degrees in biochemistry, chemical engineering and education. He taught high school, college and university levels over the years. Sylvain has started multiple technology and interactive digital media businesses, is a delegate of the World Future Society, is a Master Entrepreneur Coach & Facilitator, is on the board of the Canadian Institute of Mass Communications. He has worked as a consultant, coach and/or entrepreneur with hundreds of entrepreneurs and has helped fund a few start-up business ventures too.
Sylvain is a prolific writer and YouTuber having written/produced over a hundred blog articles and videos on new research and applied sciences and is finishing his second book. Currently, more interested in speaing.