Abdulhakim Elgadi is lecturer in new technologies at Coventry University in the UK and Research Fellow in Philosophy, Artificial Intelligence, and New Technologies at Kalam Research and Media (KRM). At KRM he heads the Artificial Intelligence (AI) project and also KRM Coordinator for the PeaceTech initiative with the Rose Castle Foundation in the UK. He was former CEO of Libya’s Channel and based in Amman, Jordan. Abdulhakim specializes in coding, artificial intelligence, philosophy, mathematics and program management. He was awarded the Fulbright Foreign Student Program Scholarship to pursue an MA in Philosophy at The New School for Social Research in New York. He also holds a diploma in Philosophy from the University of London, an MA in Engineering in Artificial Intelligence through a Japanese government scholarship at the Nagoya Institute of Technology in Japan, and a BSc in Engineering from the University of Tripoli, Libya.Elgadi has taught coding, computing and artificial intelligence at the University of Tripoli and the University of Gharyan. Abdulhakim has also held various managerial and research positions at the Libyan Post Telecommunications & Information Technology Company (LPTIC), Kalam Research & Media (KRM), Agathon Systems, and Elga Publishing House. He is fluent in Arabic, English, Japanese, and German. He is a machine learning/data science specialist who strongly believes in the transformation of the contemporary organizational scene into a data-driven one. Elgadi’s training machine learning, AI, and philosophy, has given him the advantage to effectively navigate the relatability landscape to build the most impactful stories needed to disentangle the intricate web of AI-related topics, whether at top-level negotiations, or at the workplace to motivate teams. The full extent of his technology carrier encompasses banking systems, telecommunications, and media.