About this talk
Anyone working with AI needs to consider the ethics and governance of their data and the models they build. But there are so many ‘ethical frameworks’ out there, many with ambiguous and impractical statements, that it is difficult to know how to approach the issue or even where to start. In this webinar, Andrew Burgess, author, AI strategist, and qualified data ethics facilitator will take you through a practical AI and data ethics approach using the Open Data Institute’s Data Ethics Canvas. Using real-life examples, Andrew will explain the different risks associated with AI and how they can be mitigated. Andrew will be joined by Simone Larsson from Dataiku, who will take you through the new governance tools available in the latest version of DSS.
A management consultant, author, and speaker with over 25 years of experience, Andrew is considered an authority on innovative and disruptive technologies, including Artificial Intelligence and Robotic Process Automation. He is regularly invited to speak at conferences on these subjects. He is the author of ‘The Executive Guide to Artificial Intelligence (Palgrave MacMillan, 2018), Visiting Senior Fellow in AI and RPA at Loughborough University, and Expert-in-Residence for AI at Imperial College’s Enterprise Lab. He is a prolific writer on the ‘future of work’ and is frequently published in industry magazines and blogs.
– Andrew Burgess (AI Strategist & Founder at Greenhouse Intelligence)
– Simone Larsson (AI Strategy & Evangelism at Dataiku)