Aitheon’s revolutionary blockchain-powered platform brings AI, humans, smart devices and robots together to enable new solutions to world problems.
Aitheon, makers of the world’s first blockchain-powered platform to solve real problems by integrating AI, robotics, IoT, human specialists and cryptocurrency, announced today that executives from the company held a series of high-level briefings with world leaders at the Annual World Government Summit in Dubai. Briefings covered the benefits and challenges of AI, and revolutionary new solutions to world challenges made possible by transformative new technologies.
Aitheon founder and CEO, Andrew Archer, and Chief Strategy Officer, Ryan Burleson, were invited to collaborate with leaders at the Summit to share thoughts on the governance of AI. The Summit brings together world leaders in government and industry to showcase cutting-edge innovations, and the latest trends in smart solutions to provoke discussion and inspire creativity.
Archer and Burleson addressed a variety of AI-related topics at the Summit, the impact of AI on workforce, cybersecurity, ethics and code of practice; and the impact of AI on cross-sector dynamics, best practices, fintech and regtech. The pair also addressed future cities and AI in partnership; how governments can use AI; and governments’ importance in investing in human capital and AI.
The Summit, which is focused on the betterment and wellbeing of humanity and the earth, was the perfect setting for discussions of the Aitheon Platform, which uniquely leverages the power of AI to orchestrate the work of robots and connected devices with human specialists and pilots – all commercially enabled by Aitheon’s own cryptocurrency.
Aitheon founder and CEO, Andrew Archer commented “We’re rapidly entering a new era, where humans, AI systems, smart devices, and robots work hand-in-hand to improve our world. Ryan and I were excited to see how ready world leaders in government, business and finance are to embrace transportation and logistics, data entry and retrieval, remote piloting of semi-autonomous vehicles and more.”