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ACS Game Changing Debate: Ethics in AI

'While AI has gained significant traction in the past year, it also gave rise to another critical discussion around ethical and responsible use of AI.'

Registration End Date: Tue, 28 Jan, 02:00 PM

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  • The ACS Innovation Hub
    Level 27, International Tower 1, 100 Barangaroo Avenue,
    SYDNEY NSW 2000
  • when

  • Event Start: Wed, 29 Jan, 05:30 PM
    Event Finish: Wed, 29 Jan, 08:00 PM
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Much of our daily lives as consumers intertwine with artificial intelligence. There is no doubt that artificial intelligence is a powerful technology, and with that power comes responsibility! While AI has gained significant traction in the past year, it also gave rise to another critical discussion around the ethical and responsible use of AI. Everyone knows why Responsible and Ethical AI is necessary, but no one knows how to do that effectively. AI will not solve all of our problems permanently, but it can, and will present us with new solutions. You can develop and use these solutions effectively with proper planning, continued maintenance, and above all, a foundation of attuned human supervision.<br><br>Australia&#39;s Ethics Framework attempted to set forth some guidelines late-last year; however, just like any other guidelines, the framework only sets up high-level expectations. As far as the companies using and developing AI are concerned, they still need something actionable and measurable so that they can confidently design and implement AI solutions, ethically, and responsibly.<br><br>The panel aim to give the audience an understanding of AI ethics and Responsible AI, discuss how they are different and what they mean for business in general. The focus of the event will be the practicality of the Responsible AI, so this will lead to some actionable insights to go from the framework to real-life implementations.<br><br>In addition, Anand will organize for a discount code to all attendees at the end of his presentation to all existing ACS members.<br> 

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Panellist

Anand Tamboli

Anand Tamboli

Anand is an award-winning author, a transformation specialist, and a well-known expert for transforming ideas into reality. He loves helping people to leverage emerging technologies wisely & adapt to the disruptive future.

Being a polymath, he often sheds new light on a topic, which people feel has been "done to death." He is also a professional speaker, and speaks on several contemporary topics that are at the intersection of technology and people. Matters such as disruption, innovation & adaptability, emerging technologies, the future of work & leadership, and transformation. 

In the past Anand has worked with several Fortune 500 multinationals such as HSBC, LG, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, and likes of them. He has thorough experience in Manufacturing, Education, Pharmaceutical, Telecommunications, IT, Banking, Insurance, and other few industries. With this cross-domain experience Anand is able to see things with a uniquely different lens.

Anand is an intense spiritual seeker, and loves to talk about core systems that shape our lives - including education, work, politics, parenting, and spirituality

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christina larkin

christina larkin

Christina Larkin, Director – EY
Christina is a Director at EY and leads the Digital Trust Assurance practice. Since joining in 2011 Christina has delivered a number of assurance engagements for organisations across the EMEIA and Asia Pacific regions. In her role, she works with clients to examine the risks and opportunities technologies present to provide trust in the integrity of data and digital solutions. Christina utilises best practice technology innovations to deliver assurance services and enable trust in a digital world. She is currently an expert panel member for the IEEE’s Ethical Certification Program for AI and Autonomous Systems Accountability panel.  
 

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Steve Nouri

Steve Nouri

Steve is an award-winning technical leader specializing in Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing, and Advanced Analytics. Steve has developed extensive computational and analytical expertise in a diverse range of application domains. He is responsible for the design, development, and evaluation of text mining systems both in commercial enterprise and research contexts. These systems involve the management and efficient analysis of extremely large datasets employing cutting-edge learning algorithms and heavy-weight distributed resource management platforms. Information extraction, multi-document summarization, conversation analysis, and question answering technologies. Specific areas of expertise and interest include Deep learning, Natural Language Processing (NLP), Machine Learning, Data Mining, Information Extraction, Question Answering, Genomics, Consumer Recommender Systems and Personalised Filtering.

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Angela Kim

Angela Kim

Angela is a data science and AI professional with more than 15 years’ experience in banking and insurance industry. 
In 2018, Angela and her team won the Data Science & AI National Industry Awards for “Best Industry Application of AI for AI & Data driven Underwriting Engine” through a collaborative ANZ Wealth & UTS project. Angela works with STEM class in high school, Women in Business in NSWU and Women in technology at Macquarie bank to promote diversity and inclusion in technology and fairness in algorithm.   
Angela is a Women in AI Education Ambassador for Australia, not-for-profit organization based in Paris and sits in the global Women in AI in Ethics Council. Angela is a founder of est.ai and the first project is building a product to detect bullying, drug usage, suicidal and mental health wellbeing in the social media and the group chat for parental guidance.

 

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Facilitator

Phil Redding

Phil Redding

Phil is an experienced event MC & panel moderator within the Australian Tech Sector, a Board Member of the ACS BEC, host of numerous Tech Events and the Managing Director of a suite of Technology Services companies.

With his event experience, Phil will keep track of time, keep speakers on topic, bring a social air to the evening and his keen interest in new technologies will help Phil to ask the question on your mind.

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Level 27, International Tower 1, 100 Barangaroo Avenue,,SYDNEY,NSW,Australia

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