The second in a new series of Institute panel discussions, in this discussion, we will hear from people who will explore – and perhaps debate – the topic from a number of different perspectives. Its target audience are senior executives in public and private sector organizations.
The discussion will cover:
- Where/how can companies – including small ones with limited budgets – look to start using AI right away
- Productivity enhancement use cases
- IP rights for AI generated text, images, and other content
- Data and information confidentiality issues
- Risks to jobs and people’s livelihoods – are protections needed
The session will be chaired by Michael Gamerl who will be joined on the panel by Dr. Anastassia Lauterbach, David Cullen, and Dr. Nele Leosk.
▶ Michael Ichiro Gamerl – Chief of Staff, iMap Strategic Solutions & Senior Consulting Advisor, Datamatics
Michael has spent the past 3 years working on several AI EdTech projects involving content generation and personalized learning tools in areas like English language learning and Social Emotional Learning. He has 30 years of experience working in various roles, mainly in the education sector, including 20 years with The Princeton Review. He serves as an Advisor for MagniLearn as well as on the Advisory Board to Ocean Youth Academy. He is a Fellow of the Institute.
▶ Dr Anastassia Lauterbach – Managing Director EMEA, The ExCo Leadership Group
Anastassia is Professor of Artificial Intelligence at the XU Exponential University for Applied Sciences. She also serves as a non-executive Director of Aircision and Freight One as well as on the NASDAQ Advisory Council. She has previously served as a non-executive director of easyJet and of Dun & Bradstreet and, in 2018, was appointed to the supervisory board of Wirecard where she initiated a compliance investigation which resulted in the hiring of an extraordinary auditor. She was the lead author of The Artificial Intelligence Imperative: A Roadmap for Business (2018) and a contributing author to The Law of Artificial Intelligence and Smart Machines (2019).
▶ David Cullen – Partner & Head of Technology, William Fry
David specializes in complex technology matters. He led the team representing The Software Alliance (Microsoft, Workday, Apple, Adobe and others) in the Irish High Court for a reference to the Court of Justice of the European Union that is one of the leading cases of recent years involving the Irish Data Protection Commission, Meta (Facebook) and Max Schrems. He is a contributing author of ‘AI, Machine Learning and Big Data’, and co-author of ‘Artificial Intelligence – Law Over Borders Comparative Guide’.
▶ Dr Nele Leosk – Ambassador-at-Large for Digital Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Estonia
Nele has almost 20 years’ experience working with and for central and local governments on government innovation and digital governance in more than forty countries across Central and Eastern Europe, South-Eastern Europe, Central Asia, the Middle East and Africa. She has also consulted for the OECD, the UN, and the EU and has served as a Lecturer on the legal aspects of digital governance in Tallinn University. She is a Fellow of the Institute and a member of its Advisory Board.
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