Noah Zandan on How We Can Use AI to Increase Connection, Build Relationships, & Augment Creativity
If you’ve been tuned in lately – to the news, to social media, to this podcast – you’ve undoubtedly heard about the much-hyped advances in AI (artificial intelligence).
I bet you have questions, fears, or reservations about where AI is headed and what that means for our humanity – and our children’s future.
Noah is here to clue us in on what’s going on.
Well that, and so much more.
Listen to find out how a convo about AI becomes one about building connection. About our human desire for community. About us being scared about certain things. About us being impressed.
So what’s next? Find out on this episode of Listening on Purpose.
Noah Zandan is the CEO and Co-Founder of Quantified Communications, and a pioneer in applying behavioral science to help people become extraordinary communicators.
He’s on a mission to improve the communication, connection, and lives of millions of people around the world.
Noah has delivered main-stage TED and TED-Ed talks with over 13 million views, he spoke at SXSW on the Intelligent Future, and he was nationally broadcast discussing the future of personal analytics on NPR All Tech Considered. Noah is a Daily Beast and Bloomberg contributor analyzing the language of political debates and is a Wall Street Journal expert on work communications.
In 2020, Noah published his first book, Insights Into Influence: the Strategies, Tactics, and Secrets of World-Class Leaders and Social Scientists, which has hit #1 on the Amazon Bestseller list.
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