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20 July 2023

Going Global: Webinar Series

Artificial Intelligence: Opportunities & Threats

All eyes are on artificial intelligence. Companies are excited by the opportunities it presents to innovate, boost productivity and grow. But there’s also concern about the disruption it could cause to business models, jobs and regulations.

Is it a once-in-a-generation breakthrough like the steam engine, electricity, or the computer? Or should we temper the hype and put the brakes on?

Attend this session to discover how AI could impact your company’s future.


Thierry Jenar, DTC sector head, CCB

Prag Sharma, Head of Artificial Intelligence, Citi

Helen Krause, Head of Data Science Insights, Citi Global Insights

Rob Garlick, Head of Innovation, Technology, Future of Work, Citi Global Insights

Event Details:

Thursday, July 20, 2023

2-3 PM GMT

9-10 AM EST


Please contact Oliver Harrison

Thierry Jenar
Head of Digital, Tech & Comms, Citi Commercial Bank
Thierry joined Citi Commercial Bank (CCB) in 2012 to develop its U.S. business strategy for the technology sector and started the U.S. Technology, Media and Telecom (TMT) Group, covering companies from $100 million to $3+billion in revenues. In 2016, Thierry expanded the model globally for the digital sub-sector and launched the Commercial Bank Global Digital Segment, with operations in EMEA, APAC, LATAM and Mexico.​
Robert Garlick
Head of Innovation, Technology and Future of Work, Citi Global Insights
Rob Garlick is responsible for thematic content at Citi Global Insights, including digitisation, innovation and the Future of Work.
Prag Sharma
Head of Artificial Intelligence, Citi
Dr. Prag Sharma leads Citi’s Global Artificial Intelligence Centre of Excellence (AI CoE). He is one of only 10 Citi Tech Fellows globally. He us a resident expert in Artificial Intelligence/ Machine Learning (AI/ML) across the organization.
Helen Krause
Head of Data Science Insights, Citi Global Data Insights
Helen Krause is a Managing Director and Head of Data Science Insights with over 23 years of industry experience. In her current role, Helen has spearheaded the team’s efforts in ESG AI data research, before broadening out to climate risk including carbon accounting, transition risk and physical risk models and respective vendor space more recently.


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