George leads Willis Towers Watson’s consulting practice in Great Britain on the Future of Work and the impact of Artificial Intelligence on business and society. He has over 25 years’ experience in management consulting, media, marketing and communications; as well as in digital strategy and innovation as a founder, advisor, and investor in technology startups.
George is an active science communicator, journalist and author, having founded the most successful popular science magazine in Southeast Europe, organized numerous public events for citizen engagement with science and science policy across the world, and written extensively for television and various print and digital media, including Harvard Business Review, Wall Street Journal, Huffington Post, Telegraph and Guardian. For his international work on citizen engagement with science he has received a knighthood from France.
He holds a PhD in Artificial Intelligence in Medicine from City University, London, and is the author of “In Our Own Image: will Artificial Intelligence Save Us or Destroy Us?” (Rider Books, Pegasus Books). His new book “Cyber Republic: reinventing democracy in the age of intelligent machines” is published by MIT Press. He has also written several novels, poetry and plays.