Artificial intelligence has the potential to disrupt the ways we work, communicated, and live. It can bring great efficiencies, but at the same time it threatens to increase social, economic, and technological inequalities. Our recent poll showed that people are split over whether AI will make their cities better or worse.
Kaijia Gu, Timocin (Timo) Pervane
Partner, Oliver Wyman
As a leader of the City Readiness team, Kaijia Gu collaborates with business leaders, academics, and policymakers to identify ways that cities can transform potential waves of disorder into new opportunities for innovation, in part by tapping into the potential of their diverse networks of people and organizations. She has lived in major cities around the world most of her life including Beijing, Xi’an, Ithaca, Boston, New York, and London, where she currently lives with her family.Kaijia.Gu@oliverwyman.com
Former Partner, Oliver Wyman
As the former leader of the Oliver Wyman Forum’s City Readiness initiative, Timocin Pervane lead a team focused on enabling cities to prosper in an age of unprecedented urbanization and technological innovation. He currently resides with his family in his hometown of Boston but has also enjoyed being an urban citizen in cities as varied as London, Munich, Brussels, Istanbul, Beijing, and Washington D.C.Timocin.Pervane@oliverwyman.com