One of the first GenAI experts, Nina Schick analyses how this nascent field of artificial intelligence will change humanity. Nina is the Founder of Tamang Ventures, an advisory firm focused on Generative AI, as well as the Creator of ‘The Era of Generative AI’ – a Substack project telling the story of GenAI through exclusive content and interviews.
An internationally-renowned business advisor, she works with governments and organisations to make sense of Generative AI. She has worked on diverse projects, including advising the President of the United States, to consulting with businesses on specific Generative AI Strategies.
Nina Schick advises several AI and technology companies, including Truepic — the first to build media authentication technology, and Synthesia, the world’s first AI-to-video generation platform. She is a renowned public speaker, appearing on stages including CES, TedX, CogX and WebSummit. She has delivered keynote speeches for businesses and organisations including Microsoft, Adobe, DARPA and the UN.
Before specialising in Generative AI, Nina worked on geopolitical crises, including Brexit, the Russia-Ukraine war and state-sponsored disinformation. She has advised leaders including Joe Biden, the President of the United States and Anders Fogh Rasmussen, the former Secretary General of NATO.
Nina’s debut book – ‘DEEPFAKES’ was released in 2020 and has been translated into five languages. The first book on AI-generated content, she predicts that over 90% of online content will be ‘created’ by AI in 2030.
Nina is a seasoned media commentator – appearing regularly on BBC, Sky, Bloomberg and CNBC. She has also been published by Wired, Time, MIT Tech Review and The Times.
Nina specialises in how technology and artificial intelligence are reshaping democracy and global geopolitics.
She holds degrees from Cambridge University and University College London. Half German and half-Nepali, Nina speaks fluent German, Spanish, Nepali and Tamang; she also speaks French and Hindi.
Nina speaks seven languages and calls London, Berlin and Kathmandu home.