AI & Security

  •  TYPE: Track   DATES: September 14 - September 15, 2021
Conference Tracks

Tracks:

Artificial Intelligence in Identity & Access Management

Sessions:

The Rise of the Machines

Date: Tuesday, September 14, 2021 Time: 11:00-12:00 Location: AMMERSEE II

The Rise of the Machines
As processing power becomes cheaper, smaller, and more accessible, the issues of Identity in this automated space become increasingly relevant. We will discuss how machine learning (ML) can perform many traditional governance tasks previously the responsibility of managers – from ensuring appropriate access controls to automating the processing of access requests. We will also examine how intelligent devices are acting as agents for other identities and the challenges this brings to...

How AI is revolutionizing IAM

Date: Tuesday, September 14, 2021 Time: 12:00-13:00 Location: AMMERSEE II

Integrated Intelligence – Combining Human and Artificial Intelligence for Competitive Advantage
Many companies from diverse industries increasingly rely on AI for strengthening their efficiency by automating jobs. Many of these advanced automation tools, however, currently become standard applications. Consequently, an isolated use of these tools will not enable companies to gain a competitive advantage. This presentation builds on an intelligence-based view of firm performance and the ‘Integrated Intelligence’ approach, which highlights the need to integrate AI with...

The State of Decentralized Identity I

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Self-Sovereign Identity Initiatives in South Korea

Date: Tuesday, September 14, 2021 Time: 14:30-15:30 Location: AMMERSEE II

Self-Sovereign Identity Initiatives in South Korea
After 21 years, a new government law eliminates barriers between public and private digital certificates, paving the way for more easy-to-use offerings from commercial players to take precedence. Over the last few years, South Korea has been the victim of many malicious cyberhacks, including denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks to ransomware, malware and zombie PCs. The investment into blockchain-based systems and decentralized IDs have come about as consumers demanded protection over their...

Why We Need Guardianship in the Digital World, and How We Might Approach Delivering Guardianship Using Verifiable Credentials
  Guardianship is a condition of life in human societies. When we are young we may be looked after by parents until we become adults. When we are adults we on occasions need others to look after us, and sometimes we may need increasing levels of care as we age. In our physical world, we may recognise a guardianship role between parents and children and within families, and we may have more or less sophisticated laws to recognise instances where someone needs to...

The State of Decentralized Identity - World Stage

Trust as the Key Concept in Future Mobility

Date: Tuesday, September 14, 2021 Time: 15:30-16:30 Location: AMMERSEE II

Trust as the Key Concept in Future Mobility
The Internet and consequently the Internet of Things were built without a trust layer. Decentralized Digital Identities as basis for Connected Mobility may be one of the needed missing components to implement real data sovereignty and a trusted Economy of Things in future Connected Vehicles scenarios.

Decentralizing Mobility

Presentation

Presentation by Heather Leigh Flannery

Date: Tuesday, September 14, 2021 Time: 17:30-18:30 Location: AMMERSEE II

Presentation by Heather Leigh Flannery

Panel: Futureproofing Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Security

AI Governance: Navigating the New Normal

Sessions:

The Ethical Part of AI Governance

Date: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 Time: 11:00-12:00 Location: AMMERSEE II

The Ethical Part of AI Governance
The Ethical Part of AI Governance – my personal learning journey This talk is about my personal learning journey in AI and AI Ethics together with Bosch. I want to share what brought me to AI and AI Ethics personally and professionally and what instrument is used at Bosch to bring AI Ethics to life.

"That’s Not Fair!": Detecting Algorithmic Bias with Open-Source Tools
The harm that the misuse of AI/ML can have is obvious, from the ProPublica Recidivism piece from 2016 to the latest discovery of bias in facial recognition classifiers by Joy Buolamwini.   The need for tools to use AI/ML ethically is concentrated in two particular areas: transparency and fairness. Transparency involves knowing why an ML system came to the conclusion that it did—something that is essential if we are to identity bias. In some forms of ML, this is difficult....

Exploring the Future of AI

Date: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 Time: 12:00-13:00 Location: AMMERSEE II

Exploring the Future of AI

Panel - Global AI Governance: World Stage
Recent years have seen significant Artificial Intelligence (AI) development across all domains of business and society. This panel aims to bring attention to societal impacts of AI – benefits and challenges, by bringing thought leaders and practitioners from different parts of the world to leverage diverse viewpoints around AI governance that continue to drive AI development across borders. 

The State of Decentralized Identity II

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Managing Self-Sovereign Identities as an Institution with Lissi

Date: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 Time: 14:30-15:30 Location: AMMERSEE II

Managing Self-Sovereign Identities as an Institution with Lissi
The presentation explains how institutions can establish relationships with clients and manage their data. It will include a mixture of theoretical background knowledge as well as a practical demonstration of the "Lissi institutional Agent". The demonstration will include the following steps: - creation of schemas and credential definitions - Establishing an encrypted peer-to-peer connection - Requesting information from the user (self-attested, verified and Zero-knowledge...

Panel - How can Decentralized Identities reshape the Future of eCommerce?

Case Study: How an Entire Industry adopts Digital Enterprise Identity

Date: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 Time: 15:30-16:30 Location: AMMERSEE II

Case Study: How an Entire Industry adopts Digital Enterprise Identity

IATA Travel Pass - Self Sovereignty in Action
Self-sovereign identity has been a hot topic at EIC since 2016. We've seen it rapidly go from concept to reality, with a massive increase in global interest from car manufacturers to banks to healthcare. We've seen innovative pilot projects, new software and exciting new privacy innovations.  But what happens when advanced new technology and protocols come into contact with the real world? In this talk, Andy will describe how SSI underpins the IATA Travel Pass ecosystem....

Presentation by GS1

Decentralized Identity: What's Been Happening and Why it Matters

Date: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 Time: 17:00-18:00 Location: AMMERSEE II

Decentralized Identity: What's Been Happening and Why it Matters

Self-Issued OP, or Decentralized Identity with OpenID Connect
Self-Issued OpenID Provider (Self-Issued OP) extends OpenID Connect to allow end-users to use OpenID Providers (OPs) that they control. Using Self-Issued OP, end-users can authenticate themselves and present claims directly to the Relying Parties (RPs) without relying on the Identity Provider. The term Self-Issued comes from the fact that end-users issue self-signed ID Tokens to prove validity of the identifiers and claims. It also comes with several limitations that are solved by...

DIDComm and the Self-Sovereign Internet
DIDComm is the messaging protocol implemented in Hyperledger Aries that provides utility for DID-based relationships. Many may think DIDComm is just a way to exchange credentials, but it's more than that. DIDComm is a protocol layer capable of supporting specialized application protocols for any given workflow. Because of its general nature and inherent support for self-sovereign relationships, DIDComm provides a basis for a self-sovereign internet, a secure internet overlay,...


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