Next week at Coffee and Jam Raphael Nolden will introduce us to Amy, an AI based private tutor for maths. Amy works just like a human tutor and gives students feedback as they solve problems and understands why they make mistakes so she can fill any knowledge gaps as soon as they come up. In the second slot, we’ll hear from Ben Reid, Executive Director of the AI Forum of New Zealand. Ben will be discussing AI and its impact on startups and entrepreneurs in the future.
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Raphael Nolden // Amy
Raphael studied history and medical physics and co-developed a patent in medical technology before becoming a lecturer in mathematical modelling. He is CEO and Founder of Jaipuna, the creators of Amy an Artificial Intelligence based private tutoring system for maths. He is passionate about the future of education and ensuring that this is evenly distributed around the world. He is actively involved in the development of the startup ecosystem, helped to establish Canterbury Angels and mentoring at Startup Weekends around the world.
Ben Reid // AI’s Impact on Startups
Ben heads up the AI Forum of New Zealand – providing an independent voice to advance strategic thinking about AI opportunities and challenges for the benefit of New Zealand as a whole. As the Founder of Memia , Ben is an experienced strategy advisor with a deep industry background in software development and ICT architecture. He works with a wide range of organisations spanning multinational software companies, government agencies and startups, bringing clear thinking to the fast-moving intersection of business and technology.