The Institute for Information Management and DAMA Australia have joined together to present a seminar series focused around the practical use and experiences related to implementing solutions based on the Artificial Intelligence (AI). This initiative expands on a successful Information Awareness Month 2019 event
“Many Voices, One Message”
After a very successful first seminar in this series, which was broadcasted over the internet and received fantastic feedback from the participants, the second seminar will include presentations that discuss ethical perspective of Artificial Intelligence and relevant initiatives and case studies.
We would like to invite you to provide a 20min presentation of your experience and perspective related to the overall theme of this seminar or a case study, which describes an example of a project that designed, developed and implemented a sustainable AI capability in an effective and ethically acceptable fashion.
Chief Financial Officer and Chief Information Officer, National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)
Data Scientist, Microsoft
AI Enthusiast, City AI
Director, Automated Reasoning Alliance
The following talks and Q&A from the recent UTS event.
Passiona Cottee: https://youtu.be/0h3ekHQCK9M
Matthew Beard: https://youtu.be/Hk9bKuCRYsA
Elija Perrier: https://youtu.be/d8f34_ND2lc
Data is now seen as a key resource and artificial intelligence applications are being used more and more by businesses and governments for decision-making, optimization and automation. It is becoming increasingly clear that if these activities are badly managed, people can suffer harm as a result of bad decisions, thoughtless design, and embedded prejudices. This session will explore the practicalities of:
Passiona Cottee collaborates on projects at the nexus of data, automation, privacy and ethics across both public and private sectors. She currently works as data scientist at the CBA and a sessional lecturer in privacy law at UTS. Passiona fuses Bachelor, Graduate and Masters qualifications in law and data science to enable the ethical use of machine learning.
Dr Matt Beard is a husband, dad, pop culture nerd and moral philosopher with an academic background in applied and military ethics. He is an Associate Lecturer at the University of Notre Dame Australia. Matt is also a Fellow at The Ethics Centre, undertaking research into ethical principles for technology.
Elija Perrier is a PhD candidate in quantum machine learning & AI at UTS. He is also a professional support lawyer at Hall & Wilcox.
Tiberio Caetano is Chief Scientist at the Gradient Institute. He has spent the last 20 years working on machine learning in numerous roles as a student, researcher, academic, entrepreneur and practitioner. He spent 10 years at NICTA and in 2012 he co-founded Ambiata, a data science NICTA spin-off focusing on applying rigorous scientific methodologies for personalised decision-making using machine learning, causal inference and randomised controlled trials.