James Manyika is a visionary leader in the field of technology and artificial intelligence.
He is known for his groundbreaking research and insights on the impact of artificial intelligence, robotics automation, and other emerging technologies on the economy, workforce, and society. Manyika is currently the Senior Vice President of Technology and Society at Google, overseeing the company’s work and ensuring its technologies are developed and used responsibly. He is also a senior partner emeritus at McKinsey & Company and chairman and director emeritus of McKinsey Global Institute (MGI).
Manyika has a long and distinguished track record of public service, having previously served as vice chair of the Global Development Council at the White House and on several national and international task forces, including the National AI Advisory Committee and the California Future of Work Commission. He is a frequent speaker and writer on technology and society, with his work featured in leading publications such as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and The Economist.
Manyika is a passionate advocate for using technology to solve social and economic problems. He believes that AI can potentially improve the lives of billions of people, but only if it is developed and used responsibly. He is working to ensure that AI is used to create a more inclusive and sustainable future for all.