WEC 2019 OnSite Monday
MONDAY, JUNE 17
WE THE NORTH
The OFFICIAL award-winning daily publication of MPI’s 2019 World Education Congress
Culture in Motion Performers celebrating and building upon Canadian heritage kicked off yesterday’s Opening General Session.
telligence (AI), you might be worried that technological advancements could replace you, too. “Where it used to take hundreds of people perform- ing manual labor to sustain a large farm, after the tractor was rolled out it took maybe 10 or 15 people at most,” says Simmonds, founder of Foundation Marketing, a successful entrepreneur and a frequent lecturer on topics including mar- keting, B2B growth, social media, entrepreneur- ship and digital trends such as AI.
Cont. on page 8 While it may seem hard for white-collar workers such as event planners and marketers to compare themselves to people who worked with their hands in the corn fields and apple orchards at the dawn of the 20th century, there could be much more of a com- monality than one might think. “Nobody likes to think they are replaceable, es- pecially by a computer, but there are unmistakable trends going on right now that are certainly worth paying attention to,” says Simmonds, who will offer insights into AI trends during today’s session, “How Artificial Intelligence Will Impact Your Organization Today and Tomorrow.”
COPINGWITH THE AI ERA By Rowland Stiteler THOUSANDS OF FARM workers lost their jobs between 1910 and 1930 after the internal com- bustion engine tractor was introduced. And listening to Ross Simmonds, an astute student and teacher of the fine points of artificial in-
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Showcasing Greatness Celebrating MPI Chair and RISE awards. p30
Rendezvous at WEC Network for a great cause at the Toronto Event Centre. p27
Quick and Concise Michael Cerbelli: Allow attendees to celebrate each other.
Inspiring Greatness A roster of innovators awaits with “Storytellers.”
PHOTOS , FACEBOOK & TWEETS PGS. 2 & 32
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