AI & Digital ID: Re-Defining Leadership  

  •  TYPE: Track    START DATE:  Wednesday, May 13, 2020     START TIME: 11:00    LOCATION:  AMMERSEE I
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There is no doubt that artificial intelligence (AI) can enhance identity and access management (IAM) and help protect IT networks from future security breaches. While IAM plays a huge role in mitigating data breaches and additional cyber risks, AI offers more efficient and accurate processes by automating and accelerating tasks. Exploring innovative solutions and ways of applying new technologies to develop novel forms of digital ID is the key to successful transformation and leadership. 



Date: Wednesday, May 13, 2020 Time: 11:00-12:00

Dr. Barbara Mandl, FOSTER FORE

Integrated Intelligence – Combining Human and Artificial Intelligence for Competitive Advantage
Prof. Dr. Ulrich Lichtenthaler, International School of Management

Many companies from diverse industries increasingly rely on AI for strengthening their efficiency by automating jobs. Many of these advanced automation tools, however, will become standard in the future. Consequently, the 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 specific...

AI and Digital Boarders: The Race to Out-Regulate and Out-Platform for an Open Society
Katryna Dow, Meeco

As we move from the industrial to the information age, new market forces are competing for dominance in our borderless digital society. Personal data linked to identity, fuelled by AI sits at the centre of three competing digital strategies; EU, China, and the USA. The tensions between the rights of the EU citizen, the power of the State in China and the commercial market forces of the USA present new ethical, technical and societal challenges. We are at the beginning of a new design and...

Essay on Leadership Blindness on AI and Its Impact on the Digital and Human Transformation - Do We Know What We Need to Know?

Date: Wednesday, May 13, 2020 Time: 12:00-13:00

Essay on Leadership Blindness on AI and Its Impact on the Digital and Human Transformation - Do We Know What We Need to Know?
Marisa Monteiro Borsboom, Humanity Of Things

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?

Panel: AI and Ethical Standards: Challenges of Implementation and Evaluation
Mike Kiser, SailPoint • Prof. Dr. Ulrich Lichtenthaler, International School of Management • Hannes Hahkio, Nixu Oyj

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...

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