Artificial Intelligence isn't actually new. It dates back to the 1950s. But its real impact has come only in the last few years as businesses capitalize on its superset of capabilities, from machine learning to predictive analytics to neural networks to pattern recognition and more. Data, low-cost computing power and a deeper understanding of algorithms have helped propel AI to perform jobs humans can't necessarily do within time or resource considerations. With those developments have come important ethical questions and concerns about how AI will help and hurt labour markets, what will be its impact on the development of intellectual property, and how human behaviour will adapt. Our expert panel will examine how AI can improve businesses in serving, automating, marketing and managing.