Banking In The Age of AI, with Dan Jermyn
AI Australia
by Eliiza
1y ago
Dan Jermyn joins us today to share his experiences as the head of the biggest AI and Data Science practice in Australia. He explores the criticality of thought diversity in AI development, the need to break the status quo regularly, and the importance of regulations to customer safety. He also shares his insights about building effective data science teams as well as navigating politics to create AI that, first and foremost, serves a purpose with defined ethics and explainability even within complex models.  And, of course, Dan will tell us which sci-fi universe he envisions will most clo ..read more
Visit website
CAIDE - Amplifying the Australian AI Conversation, with Jeannie Paterson and Tim Miller
AI Australia
by Eliiza
2y ago
Jeannie Paterson and Tim Miller join us from CAIDE to discuss AI, ethics, accountability and explainability.  What is changing in these spaces, especially in light of Covid-19, and what should researchers and governments turn attention to in order to ensure helpful, beneficial AI that is used ethically?   More About Our Guests:  Jeannie Paterson & Tim Miller are the co-directors of the Centre for AI and Digital Ethics, a new collaborative, interdisciplinary research, teaching and policy centre at the University of Melbourne involving the faculties of Computing and Informatio ..read more
Visit website
Do Robots Have Values? With Professor Jon Whittle
AI Australia
by Eliiza
2y ago
Today on AI Australia, we have the opportunity to talk to Professor Jon Whittle of Monash University about the impacts - both good and bad - data science is having on the world around us. As co-author of a series of published and soon-to-be-published papers in the fields of software development, ethics, and values, Jon is well placed to talk to us today about the heightened risks and opportunities that the development of data-science based systems brings to our world.   About Professor Jon Whittle: Professor Jon Whittle is the Dean of the Faculty of Information Technology at Monash Univer ..read more
Visit website
Digital Rights in the Age of AI
AI Australia
by Eliiza
2y ago
In today’s episode, Lizzie O’Shea discusses the great power of data and AI — and how we can use them to empower people rather than oppress them. She’ll discuss which technologies should be off-limits, compares data policies around the world, and proposes a code of ethics for engineers building these influential technologies. Lizzie probes who holds the power of AI and data and who should be responsible for ethics in this realm — corporations or the government — and who is better equipped to do so. Lizzie raises important questions about privacy concerns in our digital lives and even poses the ..read more
Visit website
Finding AI’s True Potential for Humans Around the World With Kriti Sharma
AI Australia
by Eliiza
2y ago
Kriti Sharma, seen in Forbes 30 Under 30 in Technology, is an artificial intelligence technologist, business executive, and humanitarian. She has been a part of Google India’s Women in Engineering, a United Nations Young Leader, and a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts. In 2018, Kriti launched rAInbow for domestic abuse victims in South Africa. She is the founder of AI For Good UK as well as an advisor to the United Nations Technology Innovation Lab. Previously, Kriti was VP of Artificial Intelligence at Sage.  Today, we are lucky to have her with us to discuss the future of AI and t ..read more
Visit website
OVIC: Closer to the Machine
AI Australia
by Eliiza
2y ago
On this episode of AI Australia, we’re changing things up a little. With James overseas, Nigel and his friend Sarah Turner from REA Group hosted multiple panel conversations with some of Australia’s best and brightest in the field of AI, computer science, mathematics, and regulation to discuss the launch of OVIC’s new book: Closer to the Machine. OVIC is the Office of Victorian Information Commissioner and is the primary regulator and source of independent advice to the community and Victorian government about how the public sector collects, uses and shares information.   In this episode ..read more
Visit website
AI and the Future of Healthcare with Karin Verspoor
AI Australia
by Eliiza
2y ago
Dr Karin Verspoor works at the intersection of Science and Technology, applying computation to analysis and interpretation of biological and clinical data, particularly unstructured text data. Karin is a Professor in the School of Computing and Information Systems at the University of Melbourne, as well as the Deputy Director of the University's Health and Biomedical Informatics Centre. She was previously a Principal Researcher at NICTA's Victoria Research Lab and served as the Scientific Director for Health and Life Sciences. Karin headed a research team at NICTA in Biomedical Informatics. Ka ..read more
Visit website
Privacy and Consent in the Age of AI and Whistleblowing With Suelette Dreyfus
AI Australia
by Eliiza
2y ago
On today’s episode of AI Australia, we have the pleasure of speaking with Suelette Dreyfus renowned researcher and journalist on digital privacy and whistleblowing. She has a personal connection to these topics and even co-authored a book with Julian Assange. Suelette will explore with us the implications of AI on privacy, the complexity of context able to be extracted from collected data thanks to this technology, as well as tech’s impacts on personal security. She will also cover how technology is changing the world of whistleblowers, what protections citizens have against predatory data col ..read more
Visit website
Bias In Machine Learning Systems With Katherine Bailey and Oisin Deery
AI Australia
by Eliiza
2y ago
Today we’re talking with Data Scientist Katherine Bailey and Professor of Philosophy Oisin Deery about bias in machine learning systems. Katherine and Oisin share their perspectives on why philosophy and ethics of AI is such a hot topic, the scandals engulfing the tech industry and how philosophy could be applied to chart a new course, and how philosophy can help us frame solutions to bias in machine learning systems.   Katherine Bailey is the Natural Language Processing lead within Accenture Australia’s AI and Automation Engineering group. Originally from Dublin, Ireland, her backgr ..read more
Visit website
More Than Chatbots: Humanising Machines with Sarah Bell
AI Australia
by Eliiza
2y ago
Today we’re talking with Aire co-founder and mum of the Rita AI, Sarah Bell. Sarah discusses with us the evolution of Rita, humanisation of machines, our sci-fi future, and the ethics of big data and bias-free AI.   More about Sarah: As a co-founder of the PropTech startup Aire, Sarah Bell is a sought after speaker and expert on the strategic application of artificial intelligence and automation in real estate. She helps real estate businesses harness the opportunity within their data and transition to a blended human-digital workforce using Aire's Digital Employee, Rita. With a professio ..read more
Visit website

Follow AI Australia on Feedspot

Continue with Google
OR