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Wednesday 17th March: Day 3

Introduction to AI

EST: 08.00
GMT: 13.00
CET: 14.00

 

Adriano Koshiyama:

Research Fellow at UCL and Co-Founder of Holistic AI

Adriano Koshiyama: Research Fellow at UCL and Co-Founder of Holistic AI

Dr Adriano Koshiyama is a Research Fellow at University College London department of Computer Science. His research interests include Machine Learning, Finance, and Algorithmic Assessment. He is a specialist in designing trustworthy autonomous systems.

AI Ethics and Governance

EST: 09.00
GMT: 14.00
CET: 15.00

Emre Kazim:

Research Fellow at UCL and Co-Founder of Holistic AI

Emre Kazim: Research Fellow at UCL and Co-Founder of Holistic AI

Research Fellow in the Computer Science department of University College London, working in the field of AI ethics. His research interests include – public awareness of AI and the moral and legal issues that arise within this context.

Ethical AI: A Practical Approach

EST: 10.00
GMT: 15.00
CET: 16.00

 

Alexander Denev:

Head of AI, Financial Services Advisory, Deloitte

Alexander Denev: Head of AI, Financial Services Advisory, Deloitte

Alexander has more than 15 years of experience in finance, financial modelling and machine learning and he is currently Head of AI – Financial Services Advisory in Deloitte. Prior to joining Deloitte, he led the Quantitative Research & Advanced Analytics at IHS Markit where he created and maintained a center of excellence.

He has written several papers and two books on topics ranging from stress testing and scenario analysis to asset allocation. He has provided thought leadership engagements for conferences, journals and global forums. He also worked as a senior advisor to Risk Dynamics, an arm of McKinsey & Company. Previously he was Director of Risk Models at the Royal Bank of Scotland, where his responsibilities included development of the stress testing methodologies and credit models, and a Fixed Income Structurer for a front office desk. He has also held roles at the European Investment Bank and the European Investment Fund and has participated in the engineering of both the European Financial Stability Facility and the European Stability Mechanism.

Alexander Denev attained his Master of Science degree in Physics with a focus on Artificial Intelligence from the University of Rome, Italy, and he holds a degree in Mathematical Finance from the University of Oxford, UK, where he continues as a visiting lecturer.

AI Ethics

EST: 11.00
GMT: 16.00
CET: 17.00

  • As the use of Big Data and AI grows, what are the potential ethical dilemmas and reputation risks that can arise, and how should these be mitigated?  
  • Aligning data selection/availability and algorithms with corporate values. 
  • Dealing with bias – What steps can be taken to avoid biased models and algorithms leading to discriminatory decision making?  
  • Communication with customers – How can we ensure transparent use of data in which customers are fully informed? 

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