CEO at SATALIA and Chief AI Officer at WPPBiography:
Daniel Hulme (PhD) is a globally recognised expert in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and investor in Emerging Technologies. He's the CEO of Satalia, an award-winning company that provides AI products and solutions for global companies such as Tesco and PwC. Satalia exited to the world's largest marketing company in 2021, WPP, where Daniel is now the Chief AI Officer; helping define, identify, curate and promote AI capability and new opportunities for the benefit of the wider group and society. He is co-Founder of Faculty AI as well as advisor to responsible AI and AI assurance startups such as Holistic AI.
Daniel has over 20 years academic experience with AI. Having received a Masters and Doctorate in AI at UCL, Daniel was previously Director of UCL’s Applied AI MSc (Business Analytics), where he is now UCL’s Computer Science Entrepreneur-in-Residence and a lecturer at LSE's Marshall Institute, focused on using AI to solve business and social problems. Daniel is also an Impact Board Member of St Andrew’s University Computer Science department.
Daniel is a contributor to numerous books, podcasts and articles on AI and the future of work. His mission is to create a world where everyone has the freedom to spawn and contribute to innovations, and have those innovations become free to everyone. He has advisory and executive positions across companies and governments, and actively promotes purposeful entrepreneurship and technology innovation across the globe.The speaker talks about:
Passionate about how technology can be used to govern organisations and bring positive social impact, Daniel is a popular keynote speaker specialising in the topics of AI, ethics, metaverse, emerging technology, innovation, decentralization and organisational design. He is a serial speaker for Google and TEDx, holds an international Kauffman Global Entrepreneur Scholarship, and is a faculty member of Singularity University.Keynote Speaker Programs:
- The Impact of AI
- Unifying Humanity in the Digital Age