Leveraging her research on innovation and inclusion, Dr. Ming addresses thought-provoking topics in her speeches. Her topics contextualise communication strategies for remote workforces and delve into strategies for jumpstarting inclusion to retain high-performing talent. Covering topics from neuroscience to diversity, Dr. Ming helps businesses to chart a new course in transforming internal cultures. Her own transgender experience fuels her passion for Ai research that promotes gender equality and inclusion in the workplace. In today's work environments, companies seek Dr. Ming to address internal audiences about inclusion awareness for remote workforces.
Why you should book Vivienne Ming for your next event
- Dr. Vivienne Ming breaks down stereotypes by confidently addressing workplace bias within a technical context. By explaining the future of artificial intelligence and its uses in promoting a more inclusive workplace, she inspires listeners to transform internal work cultures.
- Providing data-backed research to support her assertions, Dr. Ming gives audiences practical strategies for creating high-performing environments with the help of technology.
- Publishing articles about the good and bad aspects of AI, Dr. Ming has helped businesses to understand how AI can improve human potential.
Speaking frankly about her own struggles with depression and homelessness after academic struggles forced her to leave college, she inspires audiences with her story of overcoming. A decade later, she returned with a new mindset and graduated from the San Diego campus of the University of California with a B.S. in Cognitive Neuroscience. She continued schooling to obtain a Ph.D. from Carnegie Mellon in Psychology.
Dr. Ming co-founded a think tank to research human potential, called Socos Labs. Working to influence global policies, her work focuses on integrating AI to predict the best candidates for jobs in technology and analyse merit-based career promotions. She’s also developed AI systems to predict bipolar manic episodes in advance, help her diabetic son with treatment, and reunite refugee families.
As a TEDx speaker, neuroscientist, and author, Dr. Ming’s research has transformed the way audiences view AI potential and its uses in developing high-performing and inclusive cultures. Advocating for integrating machine learning to enhance human performance, Dr. Ming is blazing a new path for listeners to follow. By fostering innovation and offering technical tools to address human behaviour and group dynamics, Dr. Ming is revolutionising the future of work across the globe.
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