Fire Tech’s UK Country Manager, Ed Halliday interviews AI expert Colum Elliott-Kelly the Chief Strategy Officer from Filament AI. We ask him what his role involves and what his company does, his journey into his role and his tips and advice for young people on the future of AI. — [0:00-1:00] Introduction [2:00-4:10] What do Filament AI do? [4:10- 9:00] Examples of current work with Non-Profit, Youth Mental Health, Medical and other organisations [9:00-12:40] Why do you think young people should be interested in AI and excited with AI? [13:00- 15:00] Why do you think it’s important that AI becomes a significant part of a young person’s education? [15:10- 18:30] What advice would you give to young people who are in the early stages of learning and creating AI? [18:30-18:51] Wrap up — 🔔 Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/firetechcamp/sub_confirmation=1 📹 [Watch next] Brand new: Remote Learning Courses: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mHfJvLaDl0A 📚 Read our latest blog post on the remote AI camp experience: https://www.firetechcamp.com/news-and-media/the-remote-camp-experience-hear-from-junior-a-i-student/ 🖥️ Discover remote courses booking now: https://www.firetechcamp.com/courses/online-tech-courses/remote-week-long/ FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/firetechcamp/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FireTechCamp/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/FireTechCamp
By exploring how technology is changing how we receive, process and contribute information, and therefore how we interact with culture, Colum discuss how we are in the process of re-writing our cultural paradigm. Is Artificial Intelligence an educational game-changer, or should we fear it? Colum Elliott-Kelly is Head of Education at Blippar, the world’s leading visual discovery platform. Blippar Edu’s vision is to turn the world into an interactive learning environment, and the scope of the strategy covers schools, cultural institutions, workplaces and the world around us. Before joining Blippar in Summer 2014, Colum co-founded an e-learning start-up which brought world class lecturers and content to UK secondary schools. He is currently pre-launch on a non-profit organisation dedicated to promoting educational technology in the developing world. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx