Hacking Hunger

OUR ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE INSPIRED, WATER AND FOOD INSECURITY THEMED, LEADERSHIP SIMULATION HAS BEEN POSTPONED. WE WILL KEEP YOU UPDATED WITH FURTHER INFORMATION AS IT BECOMES AVAILABLE.

Key competencies built into the Leadership Learning Experience include but are not limited to: self-awareness of one’s strengths and areas for enhancement in critical thinking, resilience, adaptiveness, leadership through influence, decision-making with ambiguous information and under tight deadlines, skills in organization, management and scenario planning.

The Hacking Hunger scenario: It is the year 2030 and many global changes have occurred. The majority of the world’s most challenging problems are decided by (AI) Artificial Intelligence. But on this occasion, a solar incident disrupts this system causing deep concern as to the trustworthiness of the AI situation and proposed solution. Up until now, the method of decision-making was not questioned. This group has been charged by a global leadership council to make a critical decision involving food and water insecurity. What should they do? Continue to trust the system or go back to putting more trust in a human-centered process for managing the world’s resources? Meanwhile, a decision must be made in the near term and there is no recourse other than to act quickly. Or, to potentially suffer more extreme consequences. 

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