Meet Hult in Kuala Lumpur

Join us in a live, interactive masterclass with Hult professor Patrick Lynch who will take us through The Wonders, Dangers, and Future of AI.

You will also have the opportunity to chat with our Master's and MBA alumni from Malaysia about their student experience and career journey.

Our enrollment team will also be available to answer questions about our programs, global campuses, scholarships, and admissions requirements.

Saturday, January 20, 2024 | 10:30am

19F, WeWork Space, Equatorial Plaza Jalan Sultan Ismail, Kuala Lumpur 50250

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About the class

As AI becomes integral to global business, it poses a critical question: should we be excited, worried, or both? 

In this Masterclass, we will delve into how AI is revolutionizing industries, particularly in education and business, showcasing its immense potential for enhancing human capability and creativity.

 However, the power of AI demands great responsibility. We will examine the dangers it poses, especially in the context of p(doom) and the ethical challenges of Artificial General Intelligence (AGI). Recent developments, such as the leadership crisis at OpenAI, highlight the need for caution and strategic foresight.

Join us for a comprehensive journey through the realms of AI to marvel at its capabilities but also critically consider its implications, preparing ourselves for an AI-integrated future.



  • 10:30am: Registration

  • 11:00am: Sample Class with professor Patrick Lynch

  • 12:00pm: Networking with Hult Alumni + Q&A

Scholarship Evaluation with Regional Head of Enrollment, Byungjoo Kam, is available during the event

Dr. Patrick Lynch

As AI Faculty Lead and Professor at Hult International Business School, he coaches and researches AI and the future of work, marketing, analytics, and leadership, designing and delivering executive education programs aligned with a purpose-driven mission.

Patrick has an award-winning record of creating and executing effective digital strategies, engaging partnerships, and applying practical metrics for various organizations, from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies. He has expertise in change management, talent management, and organizational improvement, leveraging a Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior.

A classroom less ordinary


Teaching at Hult is no ordinary profession—but Hult is no ordinary school. We can’t wait to meet you in the classroom and see just how extraordinary you can be.

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