Founder & CEO Amesite
Dr. Sastry is President and CEO of Amesite. Dr. Sastry was previously President, CEO, Board Director and co-Founder of Sakti3, recognized as one of MIT’s 50 Smartest Companies (2015), and as a Crain’s Detroit Business Cool Places to Work winner (2017). Backed by a global team of venture capitalists, the company was acquired by Dyson in 2015 for $90M. Sastry was invited to the White House in 2015 to be recognized for her technology entrepreneurship and meet with President Barack Obama. Read More >
TEDx: Energy Storage Reimagines Humans as Superheroes
Amesite, Tech Talk 2018
How Companies Can Stay Ahead as AI Disrupts the Workforce | CNBC
Interview at TiEcon Detroit 2018
We all know of examples of algorithms that can spot errors, trends and opportunities – and make decisions. But how do organizations truly leverage AI? The reality is that all businesses must adopt a digital culture – one in which there is an understanding of the collection, structuring and application of algorithms – from the front lines to the C Suite. Through industry-wide studies and specific cases, Dr. Sastry describes how awareness, respect and desire to leverage data and AI are instilled in top organizations. She provides guidance on building agile, successful infrastructures and processes for sourcing the AI tools that are required for competitiveness.
Is your company really a family? No, it isn't. We commonly use metaphors that are comfortable, but misleading to ourselves as leaders, and to our workforces, in attempting to show qualities that really are important. Dr. Sastry, the founder of two successful tech companies that were recognized for workplace excellence, discusses the process for creating the principles that drive your unique business - and putting them into action. Through examples and case studies, she shows how culture is an outcome of function, and how leading companies create authentic, high performance cultures suited to their missions and sectors.
Are you struggling to achieve greater representation? Are you concerned about the risks to your organization – in reduced competitiveness, and liability, in not becoming a welcoming environment? Dr. Sastry talks about the experience of being the "first" or "only," in the context of leaders and organizational cues that made her accomplishments possible. She describes the transformation of biases into positive action, in organizations that she has led. She also discusses leadership habits and traits that enable people of disparate backgrounds and values to work together, professionally. From workshops, signals and signage, to company-making and breaking decisions, Dr. Sastry shares some of her own experiences that created workplaces that welcomed everyone.
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