AI-Based Sustainable Development
The Sustainable Transformation Seminars autumn 2021 series, starts 10 September. The first of four seminar is held by the speaker Dennis Masich on "AI-Based Sustainable Development". The format is 25 minutes presentation and 20 minutes of guided and open discussion with a KTH moderator/host for each occasion.
Time: Fri 2021-09-10 12.15 - 13.00
Location: Digital, Zoom
Lecturer: Dennis Masich
About the first seminar
Companies of today implement sustainability measures into their products and operations, and AI has proven to be an effective tool for decision support and optimization of sustainable development. UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are instrumental in mapping individual organisations’ goals into the global framework.
However, this mapping is often done without taking into account the systemic perspective of the sustainability, and rather focusing on individual goals relevant to the organizations. In many cases, the concrete organisation-specific SDGs are conflicting – for example, climate action often goes against manufacturing throughput.
In this talk we will describe a mechanism for automate monitoring and action upon the SDGs, in a systemic perspective, and show how generic SDGs can be automatically mapped into organisation-specific instances. We will also discuss the speed of deployment of such mechanisms through knowledge sharing.
About the speaker Dennis Masich, Partner Mainly.AI
After graduating from Uppsala University, with a degree in International Economics, Dennis has spent the past 17 years working in international financial markets and fintech.
Having seen the rapid pace with which companies in these industries embrace and adopt new technologies within AI, Dennis co-founded Mainly.AI, a company focused on industrial transformation through faster adaptation of AI technologies.