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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.


About Georgia Lewis Anderson

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.

To book Keynote Speaker Georgia Lewis Anderson, contact The Speakers Agency on +44(0)1332 810481 or email

Speech Topics

Georgia’s speech topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • AI & Marketing
  • AI for Social Media
  • Gen AI
  • AI & creativity
  • Women in Tech
  • An introduction to AI tools
  • The future of AI & media

Some of Georgia’s most popular talks include:

AI & creativity

AI will not necessarily come up with our best ideas, but it will greatly reduce the cost—in time, money, and effort—of generating new ideas by instantaneously revealing untold options. AI can help us with combinations of choices, compare and contrast infinite approaches at a glance, and constantly test new ideas.

Having run workshops on this very theme, Georgia can talk extensively about using AI as a tool to enhance human creativity, how that works, the benefits, risks, philosophy and what it might mean for society and the creative industries.

AI & marketing

What does this golden age of AI mean for the way we market? Georgia guides us through some of the most innovative ways AI is being used in marketing right now, from how AI agents and non human co-workers can provide customized experiences to potential customers around the clock, to how making your own GPT’s can level up your marketing materials.  She’ll also look at the future of AI for sentiment analysis, and how it’ll shape your understanding of how best to tell your story to future clients.

AI for social media

Is AI really a ‘weapon of mass production?’ And if so, what does this mean for social media? Georgia guides us through how AI is changing social media and what these tools mean for content creation and consumption. From simple ways AI is being used that we might not even realise, to future applications we haven’t experienced yet.

AI and music

What does AI mean for music production? What does AI mean for the way fans discover new music and interact with the tunes they already love? Ex music journalist and AI consultant Georgia talks us through some of the ways AI tools might change the future of music production, music’s historical relationship with technology and how AI could lead to a whole new genre. She also discusses where human emotions and stories fit in with AI and music.

Booking Information



"Georgia’s presentation was very well received by delegates with many commenting how much they learnt from her."

Gleed Media

"Georgia was a total joy to work with, flexible and engaged with our brief, she delivered a powerful and energetic talk that captured the attention and imagination of over 1000 staff and clients."

Hachette Publishing

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