Georgia Lewis Anderson

Georgia Lewis Anderson is a leading AI content strategist and prompt engineering specialist renowned for her innovative work with major technology companies. Her career began at Microsoft, where she developed the British personality for Cortana, leading to her recruitment by Google to launch the Google Assistant in the UK.

Transitioning into consultancy for Google, Georgia worked on a wealth of conversational design experiments and notably won a Webby for Luna, a first-of-its-kind theatrical AI experience for WeTransfer that allowed audiences to interact with an AI ‘moon.’

Beyond her AI achievements, Georgia has made strides in broadcasting, presenting for Apple Music, Channel 4, Virgin, and the BBC. Her documentary for BBC Radio 4, ‘Make Me a Programme,’ explored if an AI could host a radio show.

Georgia has shared her knowledge at key industry events, hosting a video interview series and moderating panels for CogX, and leading a discussion on AI and music at Selfridges for BBC 6 Music’s Jamz Supernova. Her engagement at The Barbican for Hachette Publishing’s away day highlighted her insights into how ‘data, understanding, and curiosity can supercharge creativity.’

Georgia facilitates workshops that explore the practical and creative applications of generative AI tools for corporate clients like The Ministry and Soho Works. She explores the intersection of technology and everyday life in her newsletter What The Tech and advises global technology brands on their AI content strategy.

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