On October 2, 2017, Aebis sponsored the Disruptive Technologists event in New York, "Artificial Intelligence: ensuring that AI enhances human performance". A video of the panel discussion is available at https://disruptivetechnologists.com/oct-2nd-2017-event-video/
After the panel discussion, Aebis's Knowledge Transfer Wizard, Bruce Epstein, moderated a well-attended Fireside Chat focused on the challenges of applying AI technologies to solve real-world problems, and strategies for overcoming those challenges. For more information, or to be notified of future events, please contact us.
Aebis's Knowledge Transfer Wizard, Bruce Epstein, was the subject of two recent interviews:
Interviewed by Giovanni Fumei: https://soundcloud.com/disruptive-technologists/disruptive-technologist-bruce-epstein-of-aebis
And interviewed by Xiling "Celine" Gu: https://disruptivetechnologists.com/artificial-intelligence-not-that-intelligent-just-yet/
Bruce Epstein - Aebis Inc Senior Consultant, and Natalie Loeb - Founder of Loeb Leadership Development Group, will present at the NALP Annual Education Conference organized by Professional Development Institute 2017, on the topic: Succession Planning in Law Firms: Applying best practices from other industries
Abstract: Succession Planning, always a delicate and difficult subject, is even more so at the moment as the Baby Boomers reach retirement age. Key issues to address when a senior partner retires include identifying successors, ensuring client continuity, transitioning responsibilities, and transferring key knowledge, both legal and non-legal. This issue is not specific to the legal industry; we will explore best practices from it and other industries that can be leveraged to maximize success in law firms.
Where & when? The PDI 2017 will take place on November 30 - December 1, 2017 at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Washington, DC
On Dec 3, 2016 the
AEBIS Entrepreneurship Case Study
“A startup focused on Tacit Knowledge Transfer During Key Transitions”
was presented to
Your years of experience, your depth of understanding of tacit critical knowledge, and your ability to present the subject in such an interesting way produced one of the most memorable conversation in our group's sessions. It seems every participant had experienced tacit critical knowledge transfer issues and understood their impact (the example from one participant on costly project errors for example was especially telling.) I appreciated your approach to anticipating such issues. We hope you can join us again.
Jabril Bensedrine, PhD
Adjunct Professor New York University Tandon School of Engineering