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Davos 2023 day 5 – Radio Davos: Inflation, AI, and women of influence

On Radio Davos on day 5 of the Annual Meeting 2023, European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde says she will take 'all the measures' to return euro zone inflation to 2%, outlining her plan to curtail inflation and stimulate growth.

On Radio Davos on day 5 of the Annual Meeting 2023, European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde says she will take 'all the measures' to return euro zone inflation to 2%, outlining her plan to curtail inflation and stimulate growth. Image: World Economic Forum/Sandra Blaser

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On Radio Davos on day 5 of the Annual Meeting 2023, European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde says she will take 'all the measures' to return euro zone inflation to 2%, outlining her plan to curtail inflation and stimulate growth. YouTuber Prajakta Koli shares her experience in the Swiss town as a young content creator, and Immy Humes talks us through one of the art world's most famous — and mysterious — photographs. The episode is co-hosted by The News Agents podcasters Emily Maitlis and Jon Sopel.

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Key quotes from Radio Davos on Day 5

"Inflation, by all accounts, however you look at it, is way too high. And our determination at the ECB is to bring it back to 2% in a timely manner and taking all the measures that we have to take in order to do that, which is why we have already increased interest rates by 250 basis points. And we shall stay the course until such time when we have moved into restrictive territory for long enough so that we can return inflation to 2% in a timely manner."

Prajakta Koli, YouTuber, MostlySane

"As content creators in a country like ours [India], we have a regional impact. I would love to be kind of like a vehicle or an amplifier of conversations that people who have been doing great work already could use help from. I'm just trying to be the bridge."

Vilas Dhar, President, Patrick J. McGovern Foundation

"So this term Generative AI, it refers to an entire class of new technologies that are being built that take a human input, a lot of learning about what the world looks like and generates something bigger and broader.

"This is this amazing moment in time that we're in, where AI is getting closer and closer to replicating some of those fundamental human experiences. Poetry, music, art. And yet the human element of it matters so much more than the quality of the product an AI gives you."

"They're group portraits of men, big bunches of men, with one single woman amongst them. So, it could be Mrs. Madame Curie at Solvay, you know, with Einstein and company all sitting there. And then she's right there, head in hand in the middle. Or it could be some unknown worker who is mysteriously amongst a bunch of metal workers in a shipyard."

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