Date: May 23rd, 2023

Time: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Location: Polsinelli, 900 w 48th Place, KC MO 64112

Cost: $95 – Limited number of scholarships available


This workshop is designed for entrepreneurs and small business owners who want to explore how artificial intelligence (AI) can be used to improve their business operations and decision making. The workshop will cover the basics of AI technology and its applications in the business world. Participants will learn about the different types of AI tools available to entrepreneurs and how they can be leveraged to streamline their workflows, reduce costs, and increase productivity. According to a study by Accenture, artificial intelligence has the ability to increase productivity by 40% or more. This can help free up valuable time for employees.

At the end of this workshop, participants will have a stronger understanding of how AI technology can be used to drive business growth and innovation. Attendees will be equipped with the knowledge and skills to identify opportunities for implementing AI in their own businesses and confidently select and use the right AI tools to achieve their goals.

What will you learn:

  • Generative AI – an overview of the big shifts and tools transforming business
  • Learn practical ways to save time using AI and uncover how you can put it to work for you
  • Overview of some of the most popular tools including ChatGPT, Bing, Synthesia, Stable Diffuse, Amazon Bedrock, AutoGPT
  • AI for Startups – how entrepreneurs are using, exploring and leveling up their enterprise with new tech (Panel of Entrepreneurs)



Doug Hohulin – Generative AI Consultant, Innovation Advisor, Tech Scout. 33 Years with Nokia and Motorola, 4 Years with 5G Automotive Association (5GAA), WG5 Go To Market Strategies, FCC Task Force, Engaging with Federal, State and Local DoTs and other Agencies, VRARA Chapter President – Kansas City, Co-Chair – Generative AI Committee, Kansas University School of Nursing Affiliate Faculty – Innovation Advisor, VR Research Scientist – Virtual World Society

Daniel Green – Technology generalist, web developer, and angel investor, with experience at major tech companies and a passion for helping small businesses and early-stage startups. Daniel specializes in identifying, building, and customizing AI tools to solve core business problems, improve efficiency, and conserve resources.

William Crumpler – Program Analyst with KC Digital Drive, focusing on supporting programming and strategic planning for the organization’s digital inclusion and civic innovation initiatives. Prior to his current role, William was a research associate with the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Washington, DC, where he focused on the national and international governance of emerging technologies.


Entrepreneur Panel

Connor Borrego – Playhaus

Nomi Smith – PMI Rate Pro

Michael Eichenseer – VRdojo



See map below. Parking will be validated for all guests at the security desk. You can validate upon arrival or departure.

Polsineill parking map