Przemek Chojecki; CEO of Ulam.ai will speak to students on: ‘The Power of Failure’
Artifical Intelligent (AI) is changing the face of industry, education and jobs. It’s a term you will frequently hear. It’s closely tied in with social media, online shopping and the future of pretty much everything (cars etc!).
One Polish Superhero, is better placed than anyone to share their story with us and the possibilities of AI – a certain Przemek Chojecki. A pioneer, who has undertaken a range of various AI ventures and has spoken at various global and international tech forums. He also a Forbes 30 under 30 and will speak to our students about a certain venture he undertook in Poland recently using AI.
Our students will be unable to avoid AI in the future, with MIt even investing a billion USD in creating an AI centre. AI will closely be integrated with future jobs, including the medical, retail and transport industries.
We very much look forward to hearing from Przemek share his wisdom . The message itself is very much in line with NAE-MIT’s mindset and philosophy. At MIT they encourage failure – even displaying a wall of failure at their campus. When staff undertake professional development at MIT, a range of the experiences also aim to promote the importance of failure in the process of achieving success.
‘’The difference between average people and achieving people is their percepion of and response to failure.’’ – John Maxwell.
Year 6 Teacher & Regional MIT Lead