Samsung’s marketing perspective on health and well-being
Ghent University and Samsung are collaborating to get MSc students in Communication Sciences to reflect on the challenges of the digital economy and artificial intelligence (AI). What exactly is artificial intelligence? What role does artificial intelligence play in our daily lives? , and “What is the societal impact of artificial intelligence?” These are the questions we will deal with that day. More specifically, the main theme of this year’s Digital Economy Day is “health technologyIn particular, whether and how technology can improve an individual’s health.
Video message from Benjamin Brown, CMO Samsung Europe
In this letter, Benjamin Brown explains how Samsung views the “Global Goal” in terms of health and well-being, and how Samsung also loves to collaborate with college students. Explains how Samsung uses technology for health and well-being, demonstrates how it also supports strategic partnerships and scale-ups for the same goal, asks for your help and inspires you in how they (and tech companies in general) can do so much more, do better (and communicate better about this) command) in the form of the Solve4Tomorrow Challenge Program.
Below is an explanation of how you as students deal with this challenge from different disciplines, what you are working on (Pitch Competition), and the guidelines we give you
Friday 10/29 at 10:15 AM
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- 9:00: Mieke De Ketelaere, AI Director at imec
Artificial Intelligence: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
- 10:15: Video message from Benjamin Brown, CMO Samsung Europe
- 10:30: Solve4Tomorrow Challenge Door, Sven Adams, Corporate Affairs and Communications Officer, Samsung
- 11:00: Closing by Sophie Van Powell
- 11:30: MIW 2021 reception closes with snack and drink