I see myself having done a couple of things in five years. First, for my company ADDO AI, an Artificial Intelligence (AI) consulting firm, I see us expanding and helping create movements in Southeast Asia, the Middle East, and even in the US where we’re going. A movement on how to responsibly use data to become a more competitive and profitable organisation.
I also want to make sure that I’m really digitalising the courses for 21st Century Girls, which is a charity that I started, where we teach girls the basics of coding and artificial intelligence. Right now, one of our programmes aims to empower girls in all polytechnics. Eventually, I’d like it to be digital and available for women who already have established careers, in universities and even in secondary schools.
Thirdly, I’m working on a couple of books. Again, it is a big personal mission of mine to make it easy for people to use AI for their businesses or their own personal careers. I also want them to understand its potential downsides, and share with them how to use tech responsibly to amplify their own potential in life.