Women's Forum  Singapore 2024


Arvind Sethumadhavan

Gain Theory

Senior Partner


Arvind is a Senior Digital Marketing Transformation, Innovation and Analytics expert with 25+ years of experience in multi-market regional/global programs. He has held Senior leadership roles at Kantar, GroupM, Dentsu International, Ebiquity and is currently Senior Partner with the global marketing foresight consultancy Gain Theory. Arvind helps companies unlock value by designing scalable innovation programs tapping into new capabilities as a growth catalyst. These include areas like Cloud Data & Analytics, AI, Customer Experience, eCommerce, Digital Marketing and Analytics practices and use of digital technologies like VR/AR, Voice Assistants, Chatbots to create Digital Business services. Arvind has helped design and lead programs using intrapreneurship initiatives, labs for rapid prototyping centered around design thinking and start-up collaborations. He successfully launched Dentsu International’s first global AI Lab in Singapore and developed 4 products and scaled them across 10 markets globally. Arvind has mentored over 100 start-ups in the areas of growth marketing, customer strategy and partnerships. He is currently a mentor for SMU's Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship and evangelizes responsible use of Artificial Intelligence with his think tank The AI Living Lab.

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Innovate Hub (Discovery Space)
Jun 20, 2024
4:00 PM4:45 PM

Ensuring diversity in new AI technologies

Ipshita BhattacharyaBoston Consulting GroupManaging Director and PartnerHamidah Aidillah MustafaParrot Social Pte. Ltd.Founder & CEOKameshwari RaoPublicis SapientGlobal Chief People OfficerArvind SethumadhavanGain TheorySenior Partner
Firms around the world are adopting AI due to its capacity to lower costs and process large quantities of data efficiently. In the near future, this transition will create millions of jobs. In order to create AI for good, we need to improve diversity in both its inception and usage. How do we encourage diversity in the creation of AI technologies and ensure this is reflected in its functionality?