Terence Tse

Terence Tse

Terence is a co-founder & managing director of Nexus Frontier Tech: An AI Studio. He is also an Associate Professor of Finance at the London campus of ESCP Europe Business School. Terence is the co-author of the bestseller Understanding How the Future Unfolds: Using DRIVE to Harness the Power of Today’s Megatrends. He also wrote Corporate Finance: The Basics. In addition to providing consulting to the EU and UN, Terence regularly provides commentaries on the latest current affairs and market developments in the Financial Times, the Guardian and the Economist, as well as through CNBC and the World Economic Forum. He has also appeared on radio and television shows and delivered speeches at the UN, International Monetary Fund and International Trade Centre. Invited by the Government of Latvia, he was a keynote speaker at a Heads of Government Meeting, alongside the Premier of China and Prime Minister of Latvia. Terence has also been a keynote speaker at corporate events in India, Norway, Qatar, Russia and the UK. Previously, Terence worked in mergers and acquisitions at Schroders, Citibank and Lazard Brothers in Montréal and New York. He also worked in London as a consultant at EY, focusing on UK financial services. He obtained his PhD from the Judge Business School at the University of Cambridge.

All Work

    AI and the Future of Lie Detection

    We live in a world now where we know how to lie. With advances in AI, it is very likely that we will soon live in a world where we know how to detect truth.

    The AI Governance of AI

    The question of AI governance leads us to a foundational issue: to govern AI, we may need to use AI.

    Why Machines Will Not Replace Us

    Rather than undermining humans, we are much better off thinking hard about how to upskill ourselves and learn how to work alongside machines.

    Humans and AI: Rivals or Romance?

    Humans and machines will – and must – work together. What really matters is how to prepare people to work increasingly closely with machines.