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Amazing AI Meets Everyday Application
Artificial intelligence is increasingly present in our everyday lives. Discover how to harness its power to improve your customer experience.
April 14, 10:00 – 10:30 AM EDT | 4:00 – 4:30 PM CEST
While the potential benefits of AI are staggering, so are the risks. Learn how to develop and maintain AI in a responsible manner.
Sam Charrington is a noted ML/AI industry analyst, advisor and commentator, and host of the popular TWIML AI Podcast (formerly This Week in Machine Learning and AI). The show is one of the most popular Tech podcasts with over 10 million downloads. Sam has interviewed over 500 of the industry’s leading machine learning and AI experts. In addition, he has conducted extensive research into enterprise AI adoption, MLOps, emerging ML and AI platforms, and other enabling technologies.
Barbara’s academic research explores how organizations generate business value from data assets. She has deep expertise in data and analytics techniques and technologies, with particular interest in data and analytics strategy, capabilities, and success.
Barbara leads the MIT CISR Data Research Advisory Board, comprised of data and analytics executives from CISR organizations. The board prioritizes, informs, and participates in data research activities in ways that influence findings and insights at MIT CISR and in the broader global academic community.
Prior to joining MIT CISR, Barbara enjoyed a fifteen-year academic career at the University of Virginia.
As one of Forbes "15 AI Ethics Leaders Showing The World The Way Of The Future", Elizabeth M. Adams is a highly-sought-after resource in business and professional circles for executives, small business owners, non-profits, institutions of higher learning and community leaders from all sectors of society, looking to expand their knowledge of AI Ethics and Leadership of Responsible AI™.
For over two decades, she has studied the science of business and technology influences on society while leading large scale technology initiatives for Fortune 500 companies and various government organizations. As a scholar-practitioner, Elizabeth has developed her expertise by interviewing, observing, advising, and working alongside successful technical and non-technical leaders, creating alliances with community that translate theory into results.
Elizabeth is pursuing a doctoral degree at Pepperdine University with a research focus on Leadership of Responsible AI™. Elizabeth serves as the Global Chief AI Culture & Ethics Officer for Women in AI where she volunteers her time building a world class team and program to support the needs of 10,000 women around the world.
Peter van der Putten is the Director for AI Solutions at Pega. He helps enterprise clients getting closer to their customers and optimize their business processes through AI powered digital business transformation. This includes using trustworthy AI for engaging customers 1:1, anticipating and proactively solving service issues, and maximizing efficiency and effectiveness in business workflows. Peter also launches new AI business offerings at Pega, and drives AI research and culture. Peter is also an assistant professor in AI at Leiden University in the Netherlands.