Train AI Virtual Summit 2020 will feature speakers from leading technology companies sharing real world AI use cases. This event is part of our commitment to enable AI practitioners to deploy with confidence and will feature strategy and implementation tools and examples. Train AI is a unique opportunity to meet like-minded leaders and share, and gain insights into how others are successfully leveraging AI in their business.
Date: Wednesday, October 14
Time: 9:00am – 12:00pm PDT
Agenda (full details to come):
9:00am – Opening Remarks
9:30am – Keynote
10:00am – Breakouts
11:00am – Panel Discussion
11:45am - Closing Remarks
Head of AI and Machine Learning and Member of the Executive Committee at World Economic Forum
Kay Firth-Butterfield is Head of AI and Machine Learning and a member of the Executive Committee of the World Economic Forum. In the UK she is a Barrister (Doughty Street Chambers) and part-time Judge who has worked as a mediator, arbitrator, business owner and professor. In the United States, she has been a Professor of Law and International Relations and co-founded AI Global. She was the world’s first Chief AI Ethics officer in 2014 and created the AIEthics twitter hashtag. Kay is Vice-Chair, The IEEE Global Initiative for Ethical Considerations in Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Systems and was part of the group which met at Asilomar to create the Asilomar AI Ethical Principles. Kay has advanced degrees in Law and International Relations. Kay regularly speaks to international audiences addressing many aspects of these challenging technical, economic and social changes. She is a Master of the Inner Temple, London and serves on the Lord Chief Justice’s Advisory Panel on AI and Law.
Kay Firth-Butterfield will speak about how and why we need standards and guidelines for responsible training data collection and creation across the world.
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