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Generative AI - What it can mean for us at work, at home and at play
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Saturday, December 2, 10:30 AM

A post Torah study conversation about Artificial Intelligence and how it will affect every aspect of our lives from a leading thinker on the topic in the business world. Bagels & coffee will be served.

Bio for our speaker

James ("Jimmy") Hexter is a co-founder of GAI Insights, a firm that advises on, and convenes learning around, Generative AI. GAI Insights is at the forefront of thinking about how business leaders can apply Generative AI across their enterprises effectively for maximum impact and has been invited to present and speak to executives across the country in corporate, non-profit and educational settings.

Jimmy is also the Philip Van Horn Gerdine Professor in Global Business and a Professor of the Practice at Boston University’s Questrom School of Business.  

Prior to this, his professional positions included being a partner with Bridger Holdings, Managing Partner at L Cattertonand senior partner with McKinsey & Co. where he worked for over 20 years heading up the firm's Greater China office. 

Mr. Hexter is the co-author of Operation China: From Strategy to Execution, published by Harvard Business School Press, has been published in the McKinsey Quarterly, the Asian Wall Street Journal, and other publications, and has been an invited speaker and panelist at such institutions as the Asia Society, the Council on Foreign Relations, the American Chamber of Commerce, the Young President’s Organization and other prestigious organizations. He has also been a guest lecturer at The Harvard Business School.  

Mr. Hexter is a member of The Council on Foreign Relations and a Trustee and Executive Committee Member of The American Ballet Theater. He lives in Greenwich, CT is the father of Maren and is a congregant at Community Synagogue of Rye.

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