Generative AI: Opportunities for the New Age of AI
ChatGPT is an example of the power of generative AI systems. And it’s clear that these AI applications will change the world – yet again. But how exactly?
This conversation features Tina Klüwer, Director AI at the Artificial Intelligence Entrepreneurship Center KIEZ in Berlin; Jonas Andrulis, Founder and CEO of Aleph Alpha, an AI start-up working on generalizable artificial intelligence; and Ludwig Ensthaler, founding General Partner at 468 Capital; in conversation with Christian Teichmann, Managing Director of Burda Principal Investments.
“It’s fundamental, it’s a platform shift. It will change people’s lives, people’s jobs”, Ludwig Ensthaler believes. He sees enormous potential in the application of AI trained on proprietary business data.
“Just imagine you’re a manager and you can ask all the things about the interaction of your team efficiency and so on – or from your own data mixed with outside data – then I think that is going to be a massive application.”
Tina Klüwer suggests that employees should learn to use AI tools as soon as possible. “With almost every topic that we face, we’re going to discuss AI as well”, she says. “We will have a new generation of workers who need to be familiar with those tools. I would encourage everybody to get to know it better, to study it, to try to use it, and not to ban it.”
To Jonas Andrulis, it’s vital “that we make this technology not only accessible to the most innovative corporations, but also to government.” Therefore, he argues, “it makes sense that we are solving the modernization of our government technology with European AI.”
Burda Principal Investments
Christian Teichmann joined Burda in 2015 and is CEO and Managing Director of Burda Principal Investments. Previously he was a Partner at Solon Management Consulting. He holds degrees in economics from Universidad Pontificia Comillas in Madrid and ESB Reutlingen and is a Harvard Business School alumn.
Jonas Andrulis is the Founder and CEO of Aleph Alpha, an AI start-up working on generalizable artificial intelligence comparable to DeepMind and OpenAI. Previously he served as a senior AI R&D manager at Apple in California.
Ludwig Ensthaler is a founding General Partner at 468 Capital, a Berlin and San Francisco based technology investment firm. Ensthaler focuses on investments in Artificial Intelligence, Software and large scale consumer businesses.
Dr. Tina Klüwer is a recognized expert, manager, and technical ambassador for the topic of artificial intelligence and its implementation in business. As Director, she heads K.I.E.Z. – the Artificial Intelligence Entrepreneurship Center in Berlin.