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Nov 29
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09:20 - 09:50 30 mins
Privacy, Cybersecurity, and Policy: Issues associated with collecting vast amounts of data and developing AI platforms
  • Presenter Jennifer Martin - Of Counsel, Covington & Burling LLP
  • Presenter Kristof Van Quathem - Special Counsel, Covington & Burling LLP
  • What is Artificial Intelligence and how and where is it currently deployed?
  • What are the implications for data privacy?
  • How do we ensure the quality, integrity, and security of AI algorithms?
  • Who owns the data (and other commercial considerations)?
  • What are some of the liability issues associated with being a participant in the AI ecosystem, and how can manufacturers, developers, and cloud service providers mitigate those risks?
  • How are regulators responding to AI, and what is the current role of regulators in the growth of AI technologies?
09:50 - 10:10 20 mins
Contextual Mobility - AI & Data Analytics
  • Presenter Hakan Kostepen - Executive Director - Product Planning Strategy & Innovation, Panasonic Automotive Systems Company of America
  • Mobility: People & Goods – Information – BIG DATA
  • Technology Trends Analytics
  • Emerging Business Models – BIG DATA vs. MICRO DATA
  • Silicon Valley Perspective on Contextual Mobility & AI
10:10 - 10:40 30 mins
Responsible AI
  • Presenter Edy Liongosari - Global Managing Director, Accenture

With digital transformation springing everywhere, companies are collecting and analyzing unprecedented amount of data -- on their products, processes, customers, employees to name a few. The data along with AI is being used to drive decision making process throughout an organization - from hiring new employees, scheduling work, to detecting abnormal access to key resources. The pervasiveness of such use is quickly making ethics a front-and-center issue. This talk will focus on five key issues driving responsible AI: privacy, algorithmic biases, unintended algorithmic outcomes, job displacement and singularity.

10:40 - 11:00 20 mins
Lessons from the Industrial Internet of Things: Toward an open digital architecture for communications service providers
  • John Wilmes - Director, IoT Projects, TM Forum
  • IIoT pioneers have encountered and are solving issues that will be faced by CSPs in the IoT era
  • The use of machine learning against hyper-scale data, at multiple levels of operations, will be fundamental
  • Observability as the key to controllability will have important ramifications
  • The “digital twins” and “digital ghosts” of IIoT can also provide valuable models
11:00 - 12:00 60 mins
Morning Networking Coffee Break: LIVE DEMO: WPA2 Wifi Issues
  • Presenter Rob Pope - Co-Founder & Chief Techology Officer, Dogtown Media
12:30 - 12:50 20 mins
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Shout Out: Tales of Building a Conversational AI Bot
  • Presenter Rob Pope - Co-Founder & Chief Techology Officer, Dogtown Media
  • How to build an app for Google assistant, Alexa, etc. What are the basic components of voice driven AI?
  • How to convert from one environment to another (e.g. Google to Amazon)
  • The challenges and funny moments of the 9 attempts to get the software approved by Google
  • The current shortcomings of AI
  • Takeaways
12:50 - 13:10 20 mins
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The Age of Personalized Marketing
  • Johannes Beekman - Managing Partner, IoT Marketing
  • IoT, the Third Wave 
  • The New Marketing Landscape
  • IoT Marketing Opportunities
  • Analytical Marketing, The Future of Personalization
  • Disruptive Marketing for a Disruptive Industry
13:10 - 14:20 70 mins
Networking Lunch
14:20 - 14:50 30 mins
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The Past is the Future: Security + AI
  • Presenter Ted Harrington - Executive Partner, Independent Security Evaluators
  • What to glean from historical failures in adherence to secure design principles
  • How to apply the secure design principles in an A.I. context
  • How to think from an attacker's perspective
  • How to think about threat modeling, trust modeling, and attack progressions
  • What actions can be immediately taken to start addressing security today so the future of A.I. can become realized
15:20 - 16:00 40 mins
Afternoon Networking Coffee Break
16:00 - 17:30 90 mins
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WORKSHOP: Designing Collaborative AI
  • Speaker Ben Reinhardt - Entrepreneur in Residence, Susa Ventures

How do you make wonderful experiences that you can’t control? Any time a person interacts with an intelligent system, there's an element of collaboration. These interaction points continue to expand as AI's capabilities expand, raising many new design issues and requiring new ways of thinking. This workshop is for anybody who understand the basics behind modern AI and wants to be at the forefront of new experiences it enables. Participants will leave with new tools and frameworks for designing with AI as well as an overview of the burning questions in UX for AI.