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Caroline Gorski is a technology leader with more than 25 years of experience, with a background in strategy consulting, market development, and commercial decision-making at FTSE 100 board level.
She is also the Group Director of R² Data Labs, the data innovation and artificial intelligence catalyst inside Rolls-Royce:
"We create data and AI-based innovations, apps, and services that improve the way Rolls-Royce and our customers operate. We harness industry knowledge and engineering expertise to unlock new value from data that others can't. We believe that only collaborative innovation will find the most undiscovered value from data."
She is the Co-Founder of the Emergent Alliance (www.emergentalliance.org), a not-for-profit Global Data Collaboration initiative focussing on Economic Recovery analytics in response to COVID-19. Previously, Caroline was Head of IoT and Digital Manufacturing at the Digital Catapult and Head of Business Development - Internet of Things for Telefonica UK.
Caroline has an MA from Oxford University and lives in rural Yorkshire with her two children and two very noisy small dogs. She loves live music, heated debate, real ale, and long walks, and is happiest sitting in the pub indulging in at least two of them.
Caroline tweets and blogs on some of the challenges and opportunities of modern living for women in the corporate world at www.whereisyourbanksman.com.
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02:20 What does it mean to work in AI at R² Data Labs at Rolls Royce?
08:45 How does AI impact the future of work?
12:35 What should people consider when thinking about the future of the workforce?
16:52 What are the implications of bias and AI?
21:21 What do you advise leaders about AI & IoT? What trends do you see?
24:38 How did you start your career in IT from a bachelor's in arts?
29:30 What is the path to success that worked for you?
36:20 What advice can you share for women looking to follow in your footsteps?
41:00 Would you do anything differently looking back?
42:20 What is your advice for mothers or women who consider motherhood?
48:00 Final 5 Fire Questions.