Artificial intelligence is almost everywhere. From smart assistants like Amazon Alexa to cutting-edge cybersecurity technology, its applications are endless. Change is happening now and if businesses don’t understand AI, they can easily lose a competitive edge.
At the same time the world is demanding certain levels of privacy in an increasingly connected world. Beyond the practical applications of AI are even more probing questions – does AI impact privacy, and in what ways? If one company’s AI systems fail to maintain privacy, how does that affect the company? And what can your company do to make AI work for you?
These are some of the questions that the Artificial Intelligence in the Enterprise – Trust, Privacy, Ethics (AIE-TPE) summit aims to address.
On September 28, 2018, Auckland will host industry-leading speakers and topics to continue smart discussion about the future of AI and business.
Summit topics include:
• Building ethical AI systems
• Moral machine decision making
• Trust, fairness and transparency in AI systems
• Ethical design and development of AI systems
• Restrictions on the ethical use of AI
• Impact of AI on business
• AI and law
Designed for the C-suite, CTOs, directors, and business professionals, this summit gives you the chance to explore AI. It can help you network, spot potential areas of concern, and how your business can make the most of AI.
Speakers include the World Economic Forum’s head of AI and machine learning Kay Firth-Butterfield; Ambit cofounder Tim Warren; University of Otago computer science department associate professor Dr Alistair Knott; global privacy expert and thought leader Annelies Moens; Techday news editor Sara Barker; and many others.
Tickets are limited so don’t miss your chance to shape the future of AI in your organisation.
For more information, the programme, and tickets, check out the official summit page at https://aie-tpe.mbs-conventions.com.au/.