Leveraging AI

  • TYPE: Combined Session DATE: Wednesday, May 13, 2020 TIME: 12:00-13:00 LOCATION: AMMERSEE I


In a digital revolution much, if not all, is about the unknown. Artificial Intelligence is the realm of the black box, the unexplainable even for the ones that should. So how can we trust what is not verifiable, transparent, foreseeable? How can the leaders lead when illiteracy prevails? How can we move forward? And more importantly do we even understand what moving forward means?


Marisa Monteiro Borsboom is the president of the Humanity of Things Agency and representing this same organization as a member of the CEPS Task Force on Artificial Intelligence and cybersecurity. Legal Entrepreneur - Founder and Partner  of the Inov@legal, in Portuguese Institute for...

While all organizations seek to conform to ethical standards, it is often difficult to find the right way to evaluate and implement them — particularly when it comes to rapidly developing technology such as machine learning and artificial intelligence. This session,  seeks to explain  ethical rules that are now recommmended  when designen developing and implementing AI in an organization to describe how organizations can self-evaluate and seek out bias within their implementations. 

This panel will examine. Five different ethical axes (1) well-being (2) accountability (3) transparency, (4) fairness, and (5) user data rights,

Key takeaways:

  • Understand the social and ethical implications of machine learning and algorithms — and the potential false assumptions and biases that they perpetuate.
  • Develop an ethical framework for the use of machine learning and algorithms that reflects values aligned with international human rights and an understanding of the concept of "well-being."
  • Understand What would adherence to ethical standard look like in a real business setting


Hannes is an experienced analyst and researcher at Nixu Corporation focusing on consumer identity and access management. He is responsible for designing omnichannel digital identity solutions which bring real business value to customers eg. in retail, aviation, finance and government sectors.

Mike Kiser has held a panoply of industry positions over the past 20 years—from Security Strategist to Security Analyst to Security Architect. He has designed, directed, and advised on large-scale security deployments for a global clientele. He is currently in a long-term relationship with...


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