Nina Schick is a globally recognized author, entrepreneur, and advisor specializing in Generative AI. She has made it her mission to democratize AI and make it accessible to everyone, authoring the first book on AI-generated content in 2020.
Nina has been analyzing Generative AI since 2017 – long before ChatGPT made it a global phenomenon. As one of the earliest GenAI experts, Nina analyzes how this nascent field of artificial intelligence will change humanity.
Nina Schick is the founder of Tamang Ventures, an advisory firm focused on Generative AI, and the creator of ‘The Era of Generative AI’ – a 100K+ strong GenAI community featuring the weekly EGAI newsletter, exclusive content, and interviews with the pioneers of this space. Nina has advised global leaders, including Joe Biden, the President of the United States, and Anders Fogh Rasmussen, the former Secretary General of NATO. She is also a trusted advisor to AI and technology companies, including Truepic, the first to build media authentication technology, and Synthesia, the world’s first AI-to-video generation platform.
Nina Schick is a renowned public speaker and has appeared on stages at prestigious events such as CES, TEDx, CogX, and WebSummit, delivering keynote speeches for businesses and organizations, including Microsoft, Adobe, DARPA, and the UN. Her engaging and informative talks cover a wide range of topics, including Generative AI, AI and the future of work, AI and geopolitics, AI ethics, and digital trust and transparency. Nina’s debut book, ‘DEEPFAKES,’ was released in 2020 and has been translated into five languages.
Before specializing in Generative AI, Nina worked on geopolitical crises, including Brexit, the Russia-Ukraine war, and state-sponsored disinformation. As a multilingual media commentator, Nina appears regularly on BBC, Sky, Bloomberg, and CNBC. Nina Schick has also been published by Wired, MIT Tech Review, and Time. Her insights and expertise are changing how we understand and interact with artificial intelligence. Nina speaks seven languages and calls London, Berlin, and Kathmandu home.