Today, the most important thing is to be a learner. On the one hand, this requires digital literacy in areas such as AI and people analytics, while on the other hand, this demands the reinforcement of our inherently human qualities.
Social and experiential learning are the new classroom. Conversations are the new curriculum. And empathy, storytelling, and improvisation are the new leadership qualities.
The Great Unknown summit explores what it takes to be a learner in an age of machines and how we can inspire others to join us in our journey.
With artificial intelligence and machine learning taking over our existing knowledge work, mapping a new way of learning becomes imperative for us humans.
The Great Unknown summit gathers an international group of CEOs, senior HR leaders, heads of corporate learning, startup founders, academics, teachers, and students for a one-day journey into uncharted territory.
Through inspirational talks, interactive work sessions, and immersive experiences, we will explore emerging technologies, learn from the latest scientific insights, and get to know the unknown.