Implications of AI and ChatGPT on Business and Education

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Date(s) - 20/03/2023
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm



What are the implications of AI and especially ChatGPT will bring to business and education?

Join us for an enlightening discussion on the potential impact of AI, with a focus on ChatGPT, on both business and education. Learn about the ways in which AI can improve efficiency and cost savings in the business, as well as its applications in personalized learning and educational materials development in education.

However, we also acknowledge the importance of ethical implementation and the use of AI to avoid negative consequences.

Don’t miss out on this thought-provoking event.

The panellists:

Mr Richard Dyer, School Principal at Dover Court International School

Mr Kevyn Yong, Chief Learning Officer at Singapore Institute of Management

Mr Ian Chapman-Banks, CEO and Founder at SQREEM Technologies

Mr James Merritt, Executive Business Leader

The panel discussion is moderated by FBC Chairman Pasi Haatainen.

Registration is open until 12 pm, March 17, 2023.

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Ian Chapman-Banks, CEO and Co-Founder of SQREEM Technologies, is a visionary in the field of AI. With his company, he is revolutionizing the way we understand and predict human behavior by building advanced AI platforms for various industries, including government tracking and trace, bank fraud detection, and big pharma insights.

By Incorporating ChatGPT into SQREEM’s outputs, Ian combines his scientific and coding expertise with his business acumen, having earned an MBA from the Chicago Booth School of Business and currently pursuing a Master’s in Entrepreneurship at Wolfson College, Cambridge

With a distinguished career that includes senior leadership positions at companies like Apple, Microsoft, and Dell, Ian’s track record of success speaks for itself. He has a proven ability to take businesses to the next level, having led a US$4bn business at Motorola Asia Pacific and has had four major exits, including delisting a leading Singapore semiconductor company from NASDAQ for over US$4bn and listing a Chinese lottery company on the London Exchange with a valuation of over US$150m

And, if all of that wasn’t enough, Ian’s entrepreneurial spirit and drive for success goes back to his earliest days, starting with a farmhouse cheese and wine shop that was runner-up for Young Business Person of the Year in the UK in the mid-80s., straight out of University.



Richard Dyer holds qualifications from UK and US universities, including a BA and an MA in Mathematics from the University of Cambridge, an MA in Educational Leadership from the University of Hull, a PGCE in Mathematics and ICT from the University of Warwick, an Advanced Certificate in School Leadership from Lancaster University, and a Certificate in School Management and Leadership from Harvard. He is a Fellow Member of the College of Teachers.






James Merritt is an executive business leader with a strong record of success in high volume, high growth business, working with SMB & Enterprise grade clients. He has experience in multi-product sales and working in complex matrix organisations listed on both the ASX and LSE, where he has held executive and board roles. Throughout his career he has worked with complex data sets and accrued significant experience in SaaS, software development, Big Data & AI.
Over a 22 year career, James has lived and worked in the UK, France, South Korea, Thailand and Singapore. He has also conducted hands-on M&A activity and built businesses in China, Japan, India, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
For now, his family is settled in Singapore and he enjoys seeing how his 7 year old daughter is integrating coding and modern developments in AI into her own education journey.




Dr. Kevyn Yong is Chief Learning Officer at the Singapore Institute of Management. His areas of expertise include creativity, innovation, entrepreneurship and leadership, with a focus on design thinking, strategic leadership, leading change and digital transformation. He has delivered customized leadership and innovation programs for many corporate partners, including Amazon and ATOS in France, eBay and Nike in China, and Danone, Deutsche Bank, Takeda Pharmaceuticals, and the United Overseas Bank in Singapore.Prior to joining the Singapore Institute of Management, Dr. Yong was an Associate Professor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship at ESSEC Business, and also served as Dean of ESSEC Asia-Pacific, Academic Dean of ESSEC Asia-Pacific, and Associate Dean of Executive Education at ESSEC Asia-Pacific. Dr. Yong was also Associate Professor of Management at HEC Paris and taught courses at Cornell University and the National University of Singapore. Recognized for teaching excellence, he was awarded the Pedagogy Innovation Prize by the HEC Foundation in 2011 and making the Dean’s Honor roll at the S.C. Johnson School of Management at Cornell University in 2005 and 2006.
Dr. Yong received his Ph.D. in Management and Organizations from the S.C. Johnson School of Management at Cornell University. He also holds undergraduate degrees in Psychology and Philosophy from the National University of Singapore and a Masters degree in Mind, Brain, and Education from Harvard University.




Pasi Haatainen, FBC Chairman.

Adaptive executive strategy and digital transformation management professional with over 20 years of experience in digital transformation, business strategy execution, program management, change management, and solution development and delivery within the supply chain management, banking, mining, insurance, telecoms and high-tech industries.

Pasi has consulted global and regional clients for 13 years as an independent management consultant based in Singapore. He just joined a boutique strategy and digital transformation consulting firm, Renoir Group, advising South East Asian clients in their digital transformation journeys.