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Sat, Mar 29


Zoom 9:00amPST/12:00pmEST

Co-Intelligence: Living and Working with AI

With Moderator: Affan Kermani - Co-Intelligence urges us to engage with AI as co-worker, co-teacher, and coach - assessing its profound impact on business and education, using dozens of real-time examples of AI in action and why it's imperative that we master the skills of working with AI.

Co-Intelligence: Living and Working with AI
Co-Intelligence: Living and Working with AI

Time & Location

Mar 29, 2025, 9:00 AM PDT – May 31, 2025, 9:00 AM PDT

Zoom 9:00amPST/12:00pmEST

About the event

Co-Intelligence will meet once weekly beginning on Saturday, 29 March 2025 - for a total of 10 weeks

Meeting Time on zoom:  9:00AM PST/12:00 PM EST

Though participants are not required to attend meetings each week, due to limited spaces in each group, please ensure the meeting day and time suits your schedule. We would ask that all participants be able to attend most of the meetings, thank you.

After completing this registration process, you will receive a confirmation email that your place in the group chosen is reserved. One week prior to our first meeting you will receive an email from Affan, your moderator, with all necessary reading schedule information, links and connections. 

About Co-Intelligence

Something new entered our world in November 2022 — the first general purpose AI that could pass for a human and do the kinds of creative, innovative work that only humans could do previously. Wharton professor Ethan Mollick immediately understood what ChatGPT meant: after millions of years on our own, humans had developed a kind of co-intelligence that could augment, or even replace, human thinking. Through his writing, speaking, and teaching, Mollick has become one of the most prominent and provocative explainers of AI, focusing on the practical aspects of how these new tools for thought can transform our world.  Consumer AI has arrived. And with it, inescapable upheaval as we grapple with what it means for our jobs, lives and the future of humanity. Mollick challenges us to utilize AI's enormous power without losing our identity, to learn from it without being misled, and to harness its gifts to create a better human future. Wide ranging, hugely thought-provoking, optimistic, and lucid, Co-Intelligence reveals the promise and power of this new era.

About Ethan Mollick

Ethan Mollick is an Associate Professor at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, where he studies and teaches innovation and entrepreneurship, and also examines the effects of artificial intelligence on work and education. In addition to his research and teaching, Ethan also leads Wharton Interactive, an effort to democratize education using games, simulations, and AI. Prior to his time in academia, Ethan co-founded a startup company, and he advises numerous organizations. Mollick received his PhD and MBA from MIT’s Sloan School of Management and his bachelor’s degree from Harvard University.

About the moderator!

Affan is a US tax professional within the financial services industry. He survived Polio as an infant of twenty-eight days in the early seventies. As a person with disabilities, Affan has been on a lifelong journey seeking ways to manage muscle weaknesses, bone loss, and contain progressive disability that comes with Post Polio Syndrome.  He discovered the ‘Whole Foods Plant’ lifestyle during the thick of COVID-19 and adopted the lifestyle evidencing a positive shift in energy and mobility.

As a 6D member with a passion for reading, Affan moderates book clubs, focusing on books that will lead minds to contemplate the human ability of ‘mind over matter’ and the influence of modern-day technology and environment, on how each of us can best navigate life for our individual needs of health and wellbeing.

6D Book Club Connections

  • Weekly emails with topics for discussion, thoughts about our reading as well as links to relevant articles and videos
  • 6D Community meetings every Week via Zoom 
  • 6D What's App Chat Group keep the discussion flowing over multiple time zones (open to all groups; the Whole of the 6D Book Club Community)



After completing the registration process, you will receive a confirmation email that your place in this course is reserved. One week prior to our first meeting you will receive a reminder email with all relevant links and information to begin our journey together. If you have any questions or concerns, please send an email to prior to registering for a group, thank you. See our TERMS AND CONDITIONS page for our credit policy.

Only 6D Members may register for this event. If you are a member, please sign into your account prior to completing the registrations process.

For those who are NOT CURRENTLY 6D MEMBERS - no worries! In the navigation bar at the top of this page you will see 'Log In/Become a Member (Free!)'. Click on that link to set up your account. There is no charge to become a 6D Member. This extra step allows us to be sure you are actually a human being so we thank you in advance for your understanding.

If you have any questions or concerns, please send an email to prior to registering, thank you. See our Terms & Conditions page for our 6D Credit and Participation Policies, thank you.


  • Co-Intelligence Book Club

    This is your ticket to participate in the 6D book club exploring Co-Intelligence by Ethan Mollick and moderated by Affan Kermani. This book club meets on SATURDAYS beginning on 29 March 2025 @9:00am PST - all meetings take place on Zoom. Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 426 665 8486 Passcode: 965281




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