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Ethics and AI: Concerns and Best Practices – Free Workshop

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Duration: 8.00am-10.30am
Grant Aided Cost: Free
Location: Ibec Offices, Dublin
Course Code: 414
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Please note that once you have registered for this event with the ICT Skillnet, you will receive a “Username and Password” which you can then use for future joint ICT Skillnet/Innovation Forum events/workshops.

Data and Artificial Intelligence (AI) are increasingly being used to fuel the Digital Transformation of enterprises. Analysts are predicting that by 2021, 75% of commercial enterprise apps will use AI. Today, AI is being used extensively across every vertical in everything from HR and People Analytics to Robotic Process Automation in Manufacturing.

However, alongside the many examples of AI powering successful digital transformations, some problematic scenarios have emerged of AI applications delivering biased decisions or discriminating against minorities. Such outcomes have not just broken ethical norms, but have had considerable negative impact on organisations’ employee relations, customer satisfaction and share price.

This event, jointly hosted by Technology Ireland’s ICT Skillnet and its Innovation Forum, is aimed primarily at C-Suite business decisions makers and will outline some of the areas of concern, related emerging regulations, potential pitfalls to avoid and emerging industry best practices to ensure the safe and ethical delivery of AI applications. The event will appeal to all industry sectors.

CLARE DILLON

Clare Dillon, until recently a key member of the Microsoft Ireland Leadership Team for 8 years as Microsoft transformed from a software product to a cloud services organisation, giving her first-hand experience of leading through times of change. Heading up the Microsoft Ireland Developer Experience she is now a Technology Evangelist – helping organisations capitalise on emerging tech trends.

CRONAN MCNAMARA

Prior to founding Creme Global in 2005, Cronan McNamara worked in financial risk analysis and derivative option price modelling with Merrill Lynch Capital Markets Bank. Cronan then moved to Trinity College Dublin where he adapted the same predictive modelling methods to the food safety sector while developing the science and technology that underpins the highly successful Creme Global.

DR MARTIN MULLINS

Dr Martin Mullins is Head of the Dept of Accounting & Finance at the University of Limerick where among other things he is leading the new Ethics module in the new MSc in Artificial Intelligence. He has also led a research partnership between the AA and University of Limerick involving Irish motorists to study developments in connected car technology and their implications for Irish road users.

0800-0830 Networking – Teas/Coffees

0830-0840 Welcome – Dave Feenan Innovation Forum Manager

0840-0850 Introduction – Gerry Doyle ICT Skillnet Network Manager

0850-0920 “Ethics of AI” – Clare Dillon Tech Evangelist

0920-0940 “Practical Considerations and Ethics for Real-World AI and Data Science Projects”

Cronan McNamara CEO Creme Global and Organisers of the Predict Conference

0940-1000 “New Skills in a New World” – Dr. Martin Mullins University of Limerick MSc in AI Course

1000-1030 Q&A/Close

1030-1100 Networking

Register here for a free place

Please note that once you have registered for this event with the ICT Skillnet, you will receive a “Username and Password” which you can then use for future joint ICT Skillnet/Innovation Forum events/workshops.

This event is organised by the Innovation Forum in association with Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet.

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