In AI We Trust? Ethics & Bias in Machine Learning


In AI We Trust? Ethics & Bias in Machine Learning
Event on 2016-09-15 17:30:00
The big data era enabled organizations to store more data at a lower cost, and process data more quickly and efficiently. Organizations now seek ways to transform their data into meanginful insights, insights that inspire new products, drive revenue, or enable automation that impacts the bottom line. Machine learning is at the center of this next wave of innovation and growth. But to use new algorithms effectively, organizations should first understand how they work and the novel, unique risks they pose to the private sector and society at large. Join us September 15-17 to network with fellow machine learning practitioners and discuss the ethics – and practical business opportunities – of emerging data technologies. Agenda September 15 | Welcome Dinner & Reception 5:30-8:00 | The 1001 Tech Center, 1001 SW Emkay Drive, Bend, OR 97702 September 16 | Summit at Seven Peaks Ventures 9:00-9:10 | Opening Remarks Matt Abrams, Seven Peaks Ventures 9:10-9:35 | Fairness, Bias, Interpretability: The Ethics of Algorithms   Kathryn Hume, Fast Forward Labs 9:35-10:05 | Engineering for Ethics Clare Corthell, Luminant Data 10:05-10:45 | Fairness in Practice: Marketing with Machine Learning     Ray Velez, Razorfish | Angelique Augereau, Independent Consultant            10:45-11:00 | Coffee Break                                                                                                 11:00-11:45 | Security & Trust in the Age of AI: A Business Perspective   Glenn Chisholm & Ron Talwalkar, Cylance | David Burke, Galois Angelique Augereau, Independent Consultant     11:45-12:30 | Machine Learning and the Future of Jobs & Labor     Bill Welser, RAND Corporation           12:30-1:30 | Lunch 1:30-2:00 | Designing for Conversational AI: Lessons from the Field Jeff Alpen, Blink UX 2:00-2:30 | Algorithmic Law Enforcement: Social Justice Issues          Jeff Larson, ProPublica | Aaron Rieke, Upturn | Katie Amrine, Insight Data Science 3:00-3:30 | Fact or Fiction? Cutting through the Hype around AI                                Moises Goldszmidt, Samsung | Scott Penberthy, PwC | Kathryn Hume, Fast Forward Labs                                   3:30-3:45 | Coffee Break                                                                                                             3:45-4:15 | Advancements in Academic Research                               Doug Downey & Diego Klabjan, Northwestern 4:15-5:00 | Realities, Obstacles & Requirements for Enterprise AI Startups Discussion and Demos from Amplero, Agolo, Amplion, Enlitic, and Gridspace 5:00-6:00 | Cocktail Reception September 17 | Breakfast and Outdoor Adventure 8:00-12:00 | Informal breakfast and hike in the beautiful local surroundings Transporation and Lodging in Bend Roberts Field-RDM is the closest airport to Bend.  We have reserved blocks of hotel rooms at three hotels in Bend, and encourage you to book your stay using the Seven Peaks Ventures rate.  Hilton Garden Inn Bend | 9-189 per night | Book by August 14, 2016 Doubletree by Hilton | 9 per night | Book by August 16, 2016 Oxford Hotel Bend | 9 per night | Book by August 15, 2016 Limited availability at the Tumalo Lake Lodge cabins, ideal for groups. Beautiful amenities and setting, as in this example. Please contact Matt (matt@sevenpeaksvc.com) by August 1 if you're interested. 

at Seven Peaks Ventures
1001 SW Emkay Dr. , Suite 140
Bend, United States

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