Candesic partner Dr Michelle Tempest harnessing the potential of Artificial Intelligence By Candesic Ltd

Candesic partner and author of “Big Brain Revolution: Artificial Intelligence Spy or Saviour?" Dr Michelle Tempest shared her knowledge and expertise in a new article published by Harris Eyre, Rice University`s Baker Institue for Public Policy.

With the significant potential of AI on our ways of thinking, social lives, and careers, implementing effective “Brain Deal” policymaking seems like an ideal start to ensure that AI is only enhancing human development and augmenting our humanity.

Amongst other brilliant worldwide AI experts who contributed their insights were:

• Walt Dawson (Global Brain Health Insitute (GBHI) | Oregon Health & Science University)
• Ryan Abbott (University of Surrey | UCLA | JAMS)
• Karen Silverman (World Economic Forum`s Global AI Council | The Cantellus Group)
• Shuo Chen (IOVC | University of California, Berkeley | Mental Health Services Oversight & Accountability Commission)
• Ryam Ayadi (EU- Mediterranean and African Network for Economic Studies- EMANES) | Brain Capital Alliance | CEPS (Centre for European Policy Studies | European Banking Authority)
• Steve Carnevale (UCSF Dyslexia Center | California Mental Health Commissioner)
• Stephen Wong (Houston Methodist Chao Center for BRAIN | Texas A&M University)
• Michael Berk (Barwon Health | Deakin University)
• Upali Nanda (HKS Inc. | University of Michigan)
• Geoffrey Ling (Johns Hopkins Hospital | The BrainHealth Project at the Center for BrainHealth at The University of Texas at Dallas)
• Jo-An Occhipinti (née Atkinson) (Mental Wealth Initiative Brain and Mind Centre University of Syndey | Computer Simulation & Advanced Research Technologies (CSART))
• Seema Shah (International IDEA)
• Julia Mahfouz (University of Colorado Denver | Prosocial Leader Lab)
• Ernestine Fu (Brave Capital | Stanford University`s Frontier Technology Lab | California 100 Initiative)
• Ian MacRae (High Potential Psychology Ltd. | Award-winning author of six books on workplace psychology and technology)
• Gabriel Esquivel (AI design research lead | HKS, Inc.)
• Theo Edmonds (CU Denver's Imaginator Academy | University of Colorado Denver)
• Felice Jacka (Food & Mood Centre at Deakin University) 
• William Hynes (OECD - OCDE | Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies | University College London | Santa Fe Institute)
• Grace Wickerson (Federation of American Scientists)
• PaweΕ‚ Świeboda (Human Brain Project)

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