Human Potential in an AI world - moving yourself and your organisation holistically to shape the future of work and society

  • When everything is tech first, how do we maintain a design thinking approach and build for a human first future
  • Being ok with uncertainty, mindset, beliefs and mental models, systems and constructs - re-working design thinking for humans
  • How our current systems are no longer serving us and AI, automation, sharing economy will require them to shift
  • Taking the long term view to innovate now… just because we can do stuff now, doesn’t mean we should
  • Building for a more human centric future - starts at home - Understanding your own human aparatus to build for others.



• 6.30 pm – 7.00 pm Refreshments and Networking
• 7.00 pm – 7.45 pm Talk on Human Potential in an AI world
• 7.45 pm – 8.00 pm Q & A
• 8.00 pm – 8.15 pm Networking and close


Speaker: Nicola Darke

Every generation thinks it lives through a period of change like no other. With the advent of automation and AI we seek exciting new change across industry, consumer experience and the future of work. But in order for us ever to change meaningfully and for the better, Nicola Darke argues we need to turn inward and reacquaint ourselves with our own innate ability to change, what it means to be human and exist in the world today. This requires us to slow down and reconnect to our potential.

She believes it's time for a paradigm shift in how we operate at both a personal and organisational level, regularly speaking and blogging on this. She draws on her experience as a personal change and wellness coach, teaching yoga, meditation and mindset at ONELDN, Lululemon, corporates and for individuals, and, with ten years in the tech industry, recently directed customer success at innovation management software company Wazoku, helping organisations create and embed successful innovation programmes.

Nicola is an innovation expert with a beginners mind. Through her work on movement and mindset, she touches on some methods to help us tap into our personal power for change, growth and self actualisation. Higher state of consciousness, higher state of business.


About the organiser:

The BCS London West Branch organises this event; find out more about the group at 

For overseas delegates who wish to attend the event, please note that BCS does not issue invitation letters.

Human Potential in an AI world - London West Branch
Date and time
Tuesday 26 March, 6:30pm - 8:15pm
University of Westminster
115 New Cavendish Street
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