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AI and Happiness

Scott Galloway, NYU Stern professor and Mo Gawdat, former CBO of Google X

May 30, 2024

12 - 1 p.m. ET

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Solving for happy in the age of AI

Former Google X CBO Mo Gawdat has spent the last 10 years trying to answer an age-old question: How can we be happier?

Now, that question has a new twist: What does happiness look like as our world shifts dramatically into the “age of AI”?

Join NYU Stern professor Scott Galloway and Mo Gawdat for a free, 1-hour fireside chat, where they’ll dig into the relationship between AI and happiness. They’ll debate questions like:

  • How can AI push us in the direction of habits that form happiness (even if they don’t benefit large AI companies)?
  • How does AI-generated content and artwork affect our ability to feel gratitude and awe?
  • Can AI help us process and deal with loss, depression, and other tough life moments?

MEET YOUR PROFESSOR

Scott Galloway

Scott Galloway is a professor of marketing at NYU Stern and the founder of L2 Inc, Red Envelope, Prophet, and Section. He’s the bestselling author of The Four and Adrift: America in 100 Charts, host of the Prof G Show, and cohost of Pivot with Kara Swisher.

MEET YOUR PROFESSOR

Mo Gawdat

Mo Gawdat is the former chief business officer at Google X and the author of Solve for Happy, Scary Smart, and Unstressable. His mission is to make one billion people happy through his organization, One Billion Happy.

MEET YOUR PROFESSOR

Scott Galloway

Scott Galloway is a professor of marketing at NYU Stern and the founder of L2 Inc, Red Envelope, Prophet, and Section. He’s the bestselling author of The Four and Adrift: America in 100 Charts, host of the Prof G Show, and cohost of Pivot with Kara Swisher.

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