The metaverse is defined in the Oxford English Dictionary as a “virtual-reality space in which users can interact with a computer-generated environment and other users.” But this does not answer a lot of our questions and how it might impact businesses.
James Poulter is the founder and CEO of Vixen Labs one of the UK’s leading Voice Technology companies and is a thought-leader and speaker on Innovation Culture, the Future of Work, and Emerging Technologies. His most recent speech helps cover just that question
Welcome To The MeetingVerse – How Web 3.0 is coming to eat the boardroom. In this session, we will look at the ever-growing “metaverse” and help delegates understand what it is, and crucially, what it isn’t. Giving insights into how Web 3.0 Technology is going to change the way we work, meet, learn and develop and the expectations of the next generation of workers. As we emerge from the pandemic we will look at the impacts that COVID has had on our ways of working and where technology like AR, VR, NFTs, and Voice tech could change our workplaces in the future.
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Some of other James speaking topics include –
CTL – ALT- DEL – The Digital Revolution has already changed the way we work and communicate with our clients, but the future of the workplace has faced further challenges with the impact of COVID-19. In this presentation, James Poulter looks at how you can continue to build a culture of innovation and what will need to change for companies to evolve to the new ways of working. Using some real-life examples from his time at Lego, Edelman, and Ogilvy, James looks at what new controls (CTL) will need to be in place to allow a return to work. What will need to be altered (ALT) to allow your team to innovate, work together and still maybe work from home with a new work/life balance – and what will need to be deleted (DEL) from previous ways of working. There is no choice now to innovate – innovation is essential to survive
Building innovation culture through agile working: In this session, James will talk through how using agile practices he and the team at Vixen Labs have built a multi-million dollar business in just 24 months by coming along side global business to build cultures of innovation that are ready to embrace change at pace.
Play + Work = Innovation Culture – When we blend the best of play with the best of work we get a culture that truly moves people to innovation. In this talk, James will show you where your organisation sits on the “innovation pendulum” and how you can shift from a siloed approach to a culture of innovation.
Ambient Technology –In this presentation, James talks about the impact of voice assistance, AI, and conversational technology and how it is becoming the anecdote to our digital distraction and the impact it will have and can have in the future. Learn where to begin in the world of voice marketing and move towards it.
2025 – Autonomous Connected & Enabled – In this presentation, James takes you into the not too distant future to look at the real impact of new and advancing existing technologies and how they will impact individuals’ lives in a 24 hour period, and what long term benefits they will bring.
The Ethics & Morality of Digital Technology – What happens when Alexa wants to divest her shares at Amazon? Or Siri wants to get baptized? We are living in a world where the AIs we live with every day take steps towards general intelligence. At the same time, we want ever more functionality out of our devices, yet must give up more privacy to get there. In this session, JP examines the potential pitfalls and prospects of a more technologically enabled world – through the lens of its impact on our morals and values.