It’s not about doing the same things better – it’s about doing BETTER things!

This is my conclusion from the TEDx talk I gave a few weeks ago, which you can see here:

(The video is in Spanish but can be viewed with English subtitles)

Those of you who know me already know that I am fascinated by the topic of AI. This time my approach was less professional and more informative.

It is true that companies and professionals can get a lot of benefits by using Artificial Intelligence (AI) correctly. But in this talk I tried to show how it can also be useful in many other aspects of our daily lives, whether professional or not.

Based on my experience and knowing the weaknesses of AI (which, of course, it has), it is possible to consider other uses than the usual ones that allow us to broaden our horizons and enhance our capabilities.

It was an honour to be able to speak at TEDxArxiduc, the official event of TED Conferences, sharing the stage with brilliant speakers such as Isabel Gomila, Josep Antoni Ribas Rosselló, Pablo Cebriá, Sara Díaz Moyá, Zara Pons Vila, PhD and Guillermo Pérez-Solero Monzon.

It is inspiring to witness the diversity of areas in which people channel their talent (from design to DNA, from visual effects in film to digital transformation). But what touched me even more was his ability to convey his passion for these topics and infect the audience with enthusiasm, perfectly reflecting TED’s motto: “Ideas worth spreading”.

And it has been very gratifying to hear from several of the attendees that they have begun to change the way they use AI in their lives to take it up a notch and see the possibilities from a higher level.

What about you, how do you use AI in your day-to-day life?

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