Disrupting AI For Humanity: From months to sec, with Dany Kitishian

Dany Kitishian

Disruption Interruption podcast host and veteran communications disruptor, Karla Jo Helms, recently sat down with Dany Kitishian, CEO and Chairman of the Board at Klover.Ai, to learn why AI should be utilized to unlock a world of possibilities and fulfillment through technology to make informed choices. 

The creator, or influencer, economy harnesses the power of a loosely defined composite of people who post content, amass followers and likes, and get paid for their reach. What’s not random is its projected value of $480 billion by 2027 and the potential positive impact of these AI ‘agents’ on the lives of ordinary people. Putting the human element in AI first, Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak recently suggested that people should “Put a lot of work into the technology to make it work in human ways, rather than the human putting work into figuring out how the technology works.”

Enter Dany Kitishian, technology innovator, who explains to Karla Jo Helms, the host of the Disruption/Interruption podcast, how the capabilities of AI can be harnessed to leverage human potential in creating dynamic tools that empower decision-making, parenting and child safety while exploiting the influencer economy.

Kitishian references the distrust of AI in business and humanity when he notes, “We’ve been discussing AI for decades and decades, but it’s finally catching on to where the everyday consumer is now aware of what AI’s capabilities are from a chatbot experience.”

Key takeaways:

  • The Role of AI in Decision Making
  • The Impact of AI on Parenting and Child Safety
  • The Future of AI: Hybrid Human Agent GDP Model
  • The Power of the Creator Economy
  • Democratizing Information with AI
  • The Human Element in AI


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Disruption Interruption is the podcast where you’ll hear from today’s biggest Industry Disruptors. Learn what motivated them to bring about innovation and how they overcame opposition to adoption.

Disruption Interruption can be listened to via the Podbean app and is available on Apple’s App Store and Google Play.

About Disruption Interruption: 

Disruption is happening on an unprecedented scale, impacting all manner of industries — MedTech, Finance, IT, eCommerce, shipping and logistics, and more — and COVID has moved their timelines up a full decade or more. But WHO are these disruptors, and when did they say, “THAT’S IT! I’VE HAD IT!”? Time to Disrupt and Interrupt with host Karla Jo “KJ” Helms, veteran communications disruptor. KJ interviews bad a**es who are disrupting their industries and altering economic networks that have become antiquated with an establishment resistant to progress. She delves into uncovering secrets from industry rebels and quiet revolutionaries that uncover common traits — and not-so-common — that are changing our economic markets … and lives. Visit the world’s key pioneers that persist to success, despite arrows in their backs at

About Karla Jo Helms: 

Karla Jo Helms is the Chief Evangelist and Anti-PR® Strategist for JOTO PR Disruptors™.

Karla Jo learned firsthand how unforgiving business can be when millions of dollars are on the line — and how the control of public opinion often determines whether one company is happily chosen, or another is brutally rejected. Being an alumnus of crisis management, Karla Jo has worked with litigation attorneys, private investigators, and the media to help restore companies of goodwill into the good graces of public opinion — Karla Jo operates on the ethic of getting it right the first time, not relying on second chances and doing what it takes to excel. Helms speaks globally on public relations, how the PR industry itself has lost its way and how, in the right hands, corporations can harness the power of Anti-PR to drive markets and impact market perception.

About Dany Kitishian: 

Dany Kitishian, an experienced business innovator, entrepreneur, adviser, and fundraiser, is CEO and Chairman of the Board of Klover.Ai. He has worked with various successful business minds, including Fortune 500 company CEOs, tech entrepreneurs, and philanthropists. Kitishian’s goal is to make a positive difference in the world, and he has done so by helping founders create over 35 biotech companies with a market cap of $70 Billion. He was one of the final judges in the Department of Energy National University Clean Tech Competition in 2017 and helped mentor three winners of $100,000+ in cash in Rice Business Plan Competition in 2018.

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