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MKAI March Inclusive Forum – Trust in the age of AI: Data Disclosure
March 25, 2021 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm GMT
March Forum Objectives: At the MKAI Inclusive AI forum in March, we seek to discover how companies will benefit from being more open and transparent about how and why they collect data, how they use it and whom they sell it to. Organisations, departments and even whole cities are seeing the benefit of data disclosure, but what are the long term implications of this on privacy, security, convenience and cost. As always the MKAI Forums are open to everyone from all walks of life. Our expert speakers make the subject approachable and comprehensible to help all of us improve our AI-fluency and understanding of the domain.
Speaker 1: Nikita Lukianets, Founder at Open Ethics
Presentation: AI transparency and self-disclosure. 101
Nikita Lukianets, a Founder of the Open Ethics initiative that fosters the inclusive dialogue between experts and citizens to design systems where humans and AI successfully work together. Nikita is also a Founder and CTO at PocketConfidant AI, a 24/7 coaching technology powered by artificial intelligence. Previously, as a fellow with SIGNALIFE Ph.D. program in life sciences in France, Nikita worked on supervised and unsupervised learning algorithms for neuronal classification, bridging approaches in neurobiology and statistical learning.
Speaker 2: Matthew Bailey, Founder at AIEthics.World
Presentation: Is Artificial Intelligence the New Guru?
Matthew James Bailey is an internationally recognised maven in the Internet of Things, Innovation, Smart Cities and Artificial Intelligence. His extraordinary leadership is widely acknowledged throughout governments and the private sector. He is a sought-after advisor, consultant and keynote speaker. Bailey has been privileged to meet with famous global leaders such as Steve Wozniak, innovation and technology; Sir David Attenborough, the environment; Professor Stephen Hawking, theoretical physicist and cosmologist; in addition to prime ministers, ministers, under secretaries of G7 Countries, and many more. See more at http://www.matthewjamesbailey.com.
Speaker 3: Pamela Michelle Jasper, AI Ethicist
Presentation: Baking in AI ethics at every stage
Pamela M. Jasper, PMP is a global financial services technology leader with over 30 years of experience developing front office capital markets trading and quantitative risk management systems for investment banks and exchanges in NY, Tokyo, London, and Frankfurt. Pamela developed a proprietary Credit Derivative trading system for Deutsche Bank and a quantitative market risk VaR system for Nomura. Pamela is the CEO of Jasper Consulting Inc, a consulting firm through which she provides advisory and audit services for AI Ethics governance. Based on her experience as a software developer, auditor and model risk program manager, Pamela created an AI Ethics governance framework called FAIR – Framework for AI Risk which was presented at the NeurIPS 2020 AI conference.
Speaker 4: Matt Eustace, Head of Content at Aiimi
Presentation: Data Disclosure in the age of AI and Machine Learning
Matt Eustace is an expert at using technology to mitigate risk and solve privacy and compliance challenges, particularly in regulated industries and public sector organisations. Over his 20 year career, Matt has worked with leading global technology vendors and is a founding member of data and AI company, Aiimi. Privacy-whizz Matt spends his days helping organisations get started with advanced content and data analytics products, targeted at finding and disclosing information in response to requests like FOI and DSARs.
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