Demystify and understand the basics of AI
Identify, practice, and discuss concrete AI applications for missions and nonprofit organisations
Learn the AI language to communicate with the IT department
Understand the geopolitics of AI and the role of the tech industry in international affairs
Practice innovative tools for decision-making, negotiation, administrative tasks, and predictions
AI for Nonprofits and Diplomats:
What are the different forms of AI?
How do they work?
What are the promises and pitfalls?
What are the latest regulatory advances that matter for Geneva?
What to consider when adopting AI in your organisation?
Tech Diplomacy from the Bay Area to Geneva:
What is the “tech culture” in the Silicon Valley?
How do they think?
What are the best tactics and strategies to communicate with the tech industry?
Who are the key players in the Silicon Valley?
Digital tools for nonprofits and diplomats (practice):
How is AI used by UN and the nonprofit industry to make sense of large datasets?
How can AI help negotiate?
When to use AI to predict the future?
When to trust and distrust data and AI?
Can AI enhance a VR experience?
What is the future of diplomacy in the AI age?
This programme is particularly relevant for mid- to senior level practitioners from various organisations working as:
Professionals in the fields of governmental affairs, compliance, corporate social responsibility, environment, social and governance and sustainability
Policy and governance officers and head of programme
Diplomats and members of permanent missions
Professionals who wish to update their skills and knowledge with the latest tech developments
7 - 8 December 2023
This 2-day course is part of the Executive Diploma in Diplomacy, Negotiation and Policy. As such, you will be able to exchange with participants of that degree-granting programme.
End this two-day course with a networking cocktail to expand your professional network in international Geneva with other participants and practitioners
Maison de la Paix
Chemin Eugène-Rigot 2A