Chetan Dube, the CEO of IPsoft Inc, goes one on one with Anthony to discuss the future of the workforce and how technology will change how we think and work. IPsoft is the largest privately owned artificial intelligence company. Chetan started his company after a question began to haunt him – “Can machines think?” His goal is to have machines come together with carbon forms to create a more efficient planet. IPsoft has already created technology that is changing the way companies interact with their customers. They have created the most human-like robot named Amelia, who is already utilized by some of the biggest corporations in the world.However, new technology comes with fear. Some fear that we may not be able to distinguish carbon life forms from androids. Colleagues in the workforce fear that machines and technology will take their jobs. Leadership fears the cost and risk associated with implementing new technology. Chetan explains how leadership will be redefined in the years to come. The risk of not implementing and utilizing technology is greater than the risk of adapting to the changes technology will bring to the workforce. Technology will change the landscape of the workforce and it is not a matter of if it will change, but when and how it will change. This technological revolution took 1/5th of the time of the first economic evolution. Chetan’s one fear is that the masses will not be ready for the speed of the revolution. It is extremely important for leaders to align their business models with the changes that technology will bring, and to wake up the masses. Leaders need to prepare their workforce to understand that this technology is here to help them. It will open up colleagues’ time to new creative thinking and problem solving, and their roles will be redefined, giving thought back to the people who lost it to task.With the changes that new technology will bring to the workforce, Chetan is hopeful and energized with the thought that the future will be filled with more imaginative and creative thinking. For the first 10 years of the company’s existence, IPsoft’s staff focused all of their efforts on researching and learning as much about the human brain as possible, not even writing a single line of code. Chetan sites current research which states the average human uses their creative brain less than 30% of the day, while 70-80% of every day is pulled down by common chores. He is excited to see what kind of human creativity will be unshackled as technology helps to unlock more time to use our creative brains. Humans are at the top of the food chain because of our brain and the new cortex, which allows us to think creatively. Chetan is confident that as technology evolves, human thinking will also evolve with it.To learn more about Chetan Dube and the IPsoft’s work, visit their website: www.ipsoft.com.
In today's episode of Early Adopter Research, Dan Woods speaks with Chetan Dube, CEO of IPSoft. The conversation covers AI adoption and productization and IPSoft's unique approach to these topics.2:20 - What is the current landscape with productized and non-productized adoption of AI4:45 - Why AI needs to become sentient7:30 - The highest level of AI sentience12:00 - What companies should focus on so they can be effective users of productized AI19:00 - The different levels of AI productization27:15 - IPSoft's product portfolio34:30 - Whether are companies moving towards more automation overall
Designing an Artificial Intelligence System with Chetan Dube, CEO, IPsoft
Designing AI: How can you make an artificial intelligence chatbot so sophisticated that it passes the Turing test? Chetan Dube, CEO of IPsoft, speaks with CXOTalk about Amelia and AI product design from a designer’s perspective.Dube has served as the President and CEO of IPsoft since its inception in 1998. During his tenure, he has led the company to create a radical shift in the way IT is managed.
While Indian IT may not be on its deathbed yet, the threat of disruption is looming large and clear. And if an imminent death sounds exaggeration, "a near death" experience cannot be ruled out. Produced by Anand MuraliMusic Credit: www.accelerated-ideas.com/
Chetan Dube on AI, neural networks and the future of the cognitive enterprise
Chetan Dube is the cool math professor you always wished you had at college. Impeccably attired and capable of switching between anecdotes about a childhood spent in New Delhi, Paris and London with deep dive explanations of probabilistic vs deterministic neural networks - he is one of the most interesting personalities in the emerging world of AI and cognitive computing. After founding his company IPsoft, he developed Amelia, a “virtual service-desk employee”, that understands the semantics of language, and can solve business process queries just like a human being. Over coffee in his office in New York, we spoke about the impact of AI on the design of companies, and in particular, the rise of the cognitive enterprise, in which software platforms will be able to understand, learn and anticipate customer needs, even before they know them.