Henry Ajder is a globally recognised expert and advisor on generative AI, deepfakes, and the synthetic media revolution.

One of the first “GenAI Cartographers”, Henry’s work has transformed society’s understanding of generative AI. He has led pioneering research at organisations including MIT, The Partnership on AI, and Sensity AI, influencing international legislation and commercial AI strategy.

Henry advises world leading organisations on the immense opportunities and challenges AI and generative technologies present, including Adobe, Meta, EY, BBC, and The UK Government. He holds a visiting research position on AI strategy at The University of Cambridge’s Jesus College.

Henry presented the BBC series, The Future Will be Synthesised, the BBC’s first documentary series exploring the generative paradigm shift. He continues to contribute as a leading AI expert to international news media, including CNN, MIT Technology Review, Bloomberg, and The New York Times.

An established keynote speaker, Henry has spoken on stages around the world, including SXSW, CogX, and Adweek. He has been invited to keynote on the state of AI by organisations including The Economist, Barclays, and The University of Oxford.