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AI will NOT take over Our Jobs – Jaclyn Tsui from Altitude Labs

AI will NOT take over Our Jobs – Jaclyn Tsui from Altitude Labs

“AI is about collaboration and is not actually going to take over people’s jobs but it’s gonna collaborate with human beings” Jaclyn Tsui from Altitude Labs shares her insights during KPMG x JOS event “The Changing Face of Commerce”


Founded in 2013, Altitude Labs is a leading agile web and mobile app development and UI/UX design firm with a presence in Hong Kong, Singapore and San Francisco. They have designed and deployed apps impacting over 100 million active users. They are a one-stop shop for turning software ideas into scalable business realities creating usable interfaces with the latest technology stacks. Altitude Labs founders were trained in San Francisco and New York and their advisors are former employees of Google, Yahoo, Twitter, Facebook, Gilt Groupe, OKCupid Labs and OpenTable.


KPMG is a global network of professional services firms providing Audit, Tax and Advisory services. They operate in 152 countries and regions, and have 189,000 people working in member firms around the world. The independent member firms of the KPMG network are affiliated with KPMG International Cooperative (“KPMG International”), a Swiss entity. Each KPMG firm is a legally distinct and separate entity and describes itself as such.


ABOUT Jardine OneSolution (JOS)
With over 60 years’ experience in Asia,JOS is a systems integrator, solutions provider and technology consultancy with deep local and industry knowledge and an exceptional ability to execute. With 2,200 IT professionals working from nine offices across Asia’s major business hubs in China, Hong Kong, Macau, Malaysia and Singapore, JOS has extensive experience across a range of industries, more than 10,000 private and public sector customers in Asia, and core capabilities in cloud computing, big data, enterprise security, enterprise applications, mobility, next generation infrastructure and internet of things.


The Changing Face of Commerce is a periodical insight dedicated to consumers and convergence and the impact it has on business. While convergence is not new, the way consumers interact with technology is constantly changing, especially in China, and businesses are facing significant challenges adapting.


Event: KPMG x JOS “The Changing Face of Commerce”, 2017
Location: KPMG, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Speaker: Jaclyn Tsui, Partner at Altitude Labs
Video Journalist: Anson Bailey (Special correspondent from KPMG)

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