Ethical AI for Good – how can your government achieve it?


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From Colombia to South Korea, France to India, national strategies on AI have been flourishing, highlighting one critical need – to serve humans with the best technology, underpinned with an ethical purpose.

In our 2.5-hour workshop on October 29, Capgemini’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) experts and leaders from the public sector will showcase tangible client success stories that have been delivered in a public sector context and demonstrate how your government can achieve ethical AI. Download our POV that outlines how Capgemini envisions AI’s potential for the Public Sector.

Following the introduction, our workshop will take you on a two-part journey via the Breakout Sessions – supported by moderators and with a Q&A exchange. Find out more.

BREAKOUT SESSION 1 – #AIEthics
BREAKOUT SESSION 2 – #AI4SDGs

Speakers, Panelists and Moderators

  • ANNE-LAURE THIEULLENT
    ANNE-LAURE THIEULLENT
    Vice President, Artificial Intelligence & Analytics Group Offer Leader
    Capgemini Group
    Anne-Laure leads Perform AI, Capgemini’s Artificial Intelligence & Analytics group offer. She works with clients to scale Artificial Intelligence so it infuses everything they do, and they become AI-driven, data-centric and innovative. With 20 years of experience in big data, analytics and AI systems, from design to production roll-out, her passion is to bring companies what they need to transform themselves into intelligent enterprises. Anne-Laure is committed to guiding clients to increase activating their data, while cultivating the values of trust, privacy and fairness. This is the foundation on which technology, business transformation and governance come together, to leverage the positive business outcomes of AI.
  • PIERRE-ADRIEN HANANIA
    PIERRE-ADRIEN HANANIA
    AI for Public Sector, Group Offer Leader
    Capgemini Group
    Pierre-Adrien Hanania leads the AI in Public Sector offer at Capgemini and hence focuses on how the right use of data can help organizations deliver augmented public services to the citizens. Based in Berlin, Pierre-Adrien previously worked for various European think tanks and graduated in European Affairs at Sciences Po Paris.
  • GOLESTAN SALLY RADWAN
    GOLESTAN SALLY RADWAN
    Advisor to the Minister for Artificial Intelligence
    Ministry of Communications and Information Technology of Arabic Republic of Egypt
    Golestan Abbas Kamel Radwan is the Advisor to the Minister for Artificial Intelligence (AI) at the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT). Radwan possesses over 17 years of experience in technology areas, with international experience in AI, cloud computing, engineering management, strategic planning and product management. Prior to her appointment at MCIT, Radwan held several executive positions. She served as Director of AI Products Unit at London-based health tech startup Babylon Health, where she led the AI product portfolio, leading a team of doctors, engineers, and AI scientists and designers to create an intelligent mobile platform for medical diagnosis, predictive health and chronic disease management. Before Babylon, Radwan spent over 10 years in the technology industry in Germany, UK and US, where she held various positions in engineering management, strategic planning and product management. She was the Vice President of Product Strategy at OnApp-UK for cloud management systems, and the Cloud Product Marketing Manager for UK-based Canonical/Ubuntu. She also worked as the UK Marketing Manager at Japanese software company NTT Data, and the Solutions Marketing Manager and Leadership Program participant at Avaya Inc. in the UK and US. She also spent several years as a Software Engineer and Team Leader at Novell Inc in Germany. As an AI expert, Radwan participated as a speaker at several AI conferences in Europe and the US, and served as a consultant to many startups and investors in AI areas, especially health systems. Radwan earned a BSc in Computer Engineering from Cairo University in 2000. She received her MBA from London Business School (LBS), UK, in 2006, and a MSc in Clinical Engineering and Healthcare Technology Management from City University of London, UK, in 2012. She is persuing her PhD thesis in computer engineering, specializing in AI and bioinformatics analysis from the Royal Holloway, University of London, UK.
  • MAIKKI SIPINEN
    MAIKKI SIPINEN
    Policy Officer, Artificial Intelligence
    European Commission
    I am currently busy with: driving and renewing the EU Coordinated Plan on development and use of AI with the Member States, estimating total investment in AI in the EU, technical specifications for high-risk AI applications in the new regulation, AI funding scheme through VCs, accelerating public procurement of AI-based systems in the EU. I work in an unit advacing Technologies and Systems for Digitising Industry at Directorate-General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology. I am here on a secondment from Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment of Finland.
  • ANNA ROY
    ANNA ROY
    Senior Advisor, NITI Aayog
    Government of India
    Ms Anna Roy is from the Indian Economic Service. She has received her education from Shri Ram Collage of Commerce, Delhi University and Delhi School of Economics. She was a lecturer in Delhi University and TERI before joining the IES. In the government she has worked in Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Civil Aviation and NITI Aayog. She has worked in important sectors like Infrastructure reforms, public private partnership, financial sector and banking sector. In NITI Aayog she heads the vertical dealing with data management and frontier technologies. In this role she has led teams which has brought out major reports like the National Strategy on Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain- the India Strategy, Approach Paper on AIRAWAT and a draft discussion paper on AI and Ethics. Ms Roy also heads the Women Entrepreneurship Platform, a NITI flagship that work towards developing the ecosystem.
  • MARKUS SCHMITZ
    MARKUS SCHMITZ
    CIO
    Federal Employment Agency
    Dr. Schmitz studied social sciences and history in Münster, Oxford, Bern and Bonn. After completing his doctorate, he initially worked as a management consultant in the telecommunications and human resources sectors, as well as in the Public Sector. Dr. Schmitz has been employed at the Federal Employment Agency since 2005 and was responsible for several major projects within the so-called Hartz reforms. From 2009 to 2014, he was Managing Director of the Head Office for Product Development of Basic Income Security and at the same time responsible for the Migration Coordination Office and the specialist services of the Federal Agency. From 2015 to October 2016, Dr. Schmitz was Chairman of the Management Board of the Bavarian Regional Office of the Federal Employment Agency. Since November 2016, Dr. Markus Schmitz has been CIO, General Representative, and Managing Director of the Information Technology and Digital Processes department at the headquarters of the Federal Employment Agency. Dr. Schmitz is also an honorary professor at the University of the Federal Employment Agency.
  • DAVID GRUSON
    DAVID GRUSON
    Directeur Programme Sante Jouve / Fondateur ETHIK-IA
    Ethik AI
  • BRANDON PURCELL
    BRANDON PURCELL
    Principal Analyst
    Forrester
    As a principal analyst serving Customer Insights professionals at Forrester Research, my primary goal is to help companies harness the power of data to solve their biggest challenges. As a former practitioner, I am passionate about innovation in the world of Customer Insights and am always searching for new technologies and techniques.
  • UTE KLARMANN-SCHULZ
    UTE KLARMANN-SCHULZ
    Group Leader at Institute for Medical Microbiology, Immunology and Parasitology (IMMIP), University Hospital
    Uniklinik Bonn
  • JEAN-MATTHIEU TILQUIN
    JEAN-MATTHIEU TILQUIN
    Vice President Data Consulting
    BLOOM
  • ANDREAS HENNINGSSON
    ANDREAS HENNINGSSON
    Big Data Architect
    Swedish Social Insurance Administration
  • ALBERT PRITZKAU
    ALBERT PRITZKAU
    Data Scientist for Strategic Communication
    Fraunhofer
  • ROMAIN HELLMANN
    ROMAIN HELLMANN
    Head of the Unscheduled Care Department
    Agence Régionale de Santé
  • GREGOR STROJIN
    GREGOR STROJIN
    Chair of Ad Hoc Committee on AI (CAHAI)
    Council of Europe
  • SUGU THURAISAMY
    SUGU THURAISAMY
    General Manager
    ShagowAskee

Hourly Schedule

14:00 - 14:40
INTRODUCTION – #PublicGoesAI
In the introduction of our virtual plenary, Capgemini’s Perform AI leaders and esteemed speakers from the governmental and public sector arena will provide context for how technology, policy, and values must come together to achieve impactful strategies.
Moderators:
ANNE-LAURE THIEULLENT , PIERRE-ADRIEN HANANIA
Speakers:
GOLESTAN SALLY RADWAN , MAIKKI SIPINEN , ANNA ROY
14:45 - 15:30
BREAKOUT SESSION 1 – #AIEthics
In the first breakout session, participants can join their preferred virtual room for further discussions on the following topics that surround ethical AI: Human agency and oversight, Data Privacy, Accountability & Explainability, Transparency, and Non-discrimination.
Speakers:
MARKUS SCHMITZ , DAVID GRUSON , BRANDON PURCELL , ANDREAS HENNINGSSON
15:45 - 16:30
BREAKOUT SESSION 2 – #AI4SDGs
In the second breakout session, participants can join their preferred virtual room for further discussions on the following topics regarding AI and SDGs: Environment and Mobility, Zero hunger and Food sustainability, Health, AI and Information, Quality education, and Justice.
Speakers:
UTE KLARMANN-SCHULZ , JEAN-MATTHIEU TILQUIN , ALBERT PRITZKAU , ROMAIN HELLMANN , GREGOR STROJIN , SUGU THURAISAMY
ANNE-LAURE THIEULLENT
ANNE-LAURE THIEULLENT
Vice President, Artificial Intelligence & Analytics Group Offer Leader
In partnership with From Colombia to South Korea, France to India, national strategies on AI have been flourishing, highlighting one critical need – to serve humans with the best technology, underpinned with an ethical purpose. In our 2.5-hour workshop on October 29, Capgemini’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) experts and leaders from the public sector will showcase tangible client success stories that have been delivered in a public sector context and demonstrate how your government can achieve ethical AI. Download our POV that outlines how Capgemini envisions AI’s potential for the Public Sector. Following the introduction, our workshop will take you on a two-part journey via the Breakout Sessions - supported by moderators and with a Q&A exchange. Find out more. - BREAKOUT SESSION 1 – #AIEthics - BREAKOUT SESSION 2 – #AI4SDGs
PIERRE-ADRIEN HANANIA
PIERRE-ADRIEN HANANIA
AI for Public Sector, Group Offer Leader
In partnership with From Colombia to South Korea, France to India, national strategies on AI have been flourishing, highlighting one critical need – to serve humans with the best technology, underpinned with an ethical purpose. In our 2.5-hour workshop on October 29, Capgemini’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) experts and leaders from the public sector will showcase tangible client success stories that have been delivered in a public sector context and demonstrate how your government can achieve ethical AI. Download our POV that outlines how Capgemini envisions AI’s potential for the Public Sector. Following the introduction, our workshop will take you on a two-part journey via the Breakout Sessions - supported by moderators and with a Q&A exchange. Find out more. - BREAKOUT SESSION 1 – #AIEthics - BREAKOUT SESSION 2 – #AI4SDGs
GOLESTAN SALLY RADWAN
GOLESTAN SALLY RADWAN
Advisor to the Minister for Artificial Intelligence
In partnership with From Colombia to South Korea, France to India, national strategies on AI have been flourishing, highlighting one critical need – to serve humans with the best technology, underpinned with an ethical purpose. In our 2.5-hour workshop on October 29, Capgemini’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) experts and leaders from the public sector will showcase tangible client success stories that have been delivered in a public sector context and demonstrate how your government can achieve ethical AI. Download our POV that outlines how Capgemini envisions AI’s potential for the Public Sector. Following the introduction, our workshop will take you on a two-part journey via the Breakout Sessions - supported by moderators and with a Q&A exchange. Find out more. - BREAKOUT SESSION 1 – #AIEthics - BREAKOUT SESSION 2 – #AI4SDGs
MAIKKI SIPINEN
MAIKKI SIPINEN
Policy Officer, Artificial Intelligence
In partnership with From Colombia to South Korea, France to India, national strategies on AI have been flourishing, highlighting one critical need – to serve humans with the best technology, underpinned with an ethical purpose. In our 2.5-hour workshop on October 29, Capgemini’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) experts and leaders from the public sector will showcase tangible client success stories that have been delivered in a public sector context and demonstrate how your government can achieve ethical AI. Download our POV that outlines how Capgemini envisions AI’s potential for the Public Sector. Following the introduction, our workshop will take you on a two-part journey via the Breakout Sessions - supported by moderators and with a Q&A exchange. Find out more. - BREAKOUT SESSION 1 – #AIEthics - BREAKOUT SESSION 2 – #AI4SDGs
ANNA ROY
ANNA ROY
Senior Advisor, NITI Aayog
In partnership with From Colombia to South Korea, France to India, national strategies on AI have been flourishing, highlighting one critical need – to serve humans with the best technology, underpinned with an ethical purpose. In our 2.5-hour workshop on October 29, Capgemini’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) experts and leaders from the public sector will showcase tangible client success stories that have been delivered in a public sector context and demonstrate how your government can achieve ethical AI. Download our POV that outlines how Capgemini envisions AI’s potential for the Public Sector. Following the introduction, our workshop will take you on a two-part journey via the Breakout Sessions - supported by moderators and with a Q&A exchange. Find out more. - BREAKOUT SESSION 1 – #AIEthics - BREAKOUT SESSION 2 – #AI4SDGs
MARKUS SCHMITZ
MARKUS SCHMITZ
CIO
In partnership with From Colombia to South Korea, France to India, national strategies on AI have been flourishing, highlighting one critical need – to serve humans with the best technology, underpinned with an ethical purpose. In our 2.5-hour workshop on October 29, Capgemini’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) experts and leaders from the public sector will showcase tangible client success stories that have been delivered in a public sector context and demonstrate how your government can achieve ethical AI. Download our POV that outlines how Capgemini envisions AI’s potential for the Public Sector. Following the introduction, our workshop will take you on a two-part journey via the Breakout Sessions - supported by moderators and with a Q&A exchange. Find out more. - BREAKOUT SESSION 1 – #AIEthics - BREAKOUT SESSION 2 – #AI4SDGs
DAVID GRUSON
DAVID GRUSON
Directeur Programme Sante Jouve / Fondateur ETHIK-IA
In partnership with From Colombia to South Korea, France to India, national strategies on AI have been flourishing, highlighting one critical need – to serve humans with the best technology, underpinned with an ethical purpose. In our 2.5-hour workshop on October 29, Capgemini’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) experts and leaders from the public sector will showcase tangible client success stories that have been delivered in a public sector context and demonstrate how your government can achieve ethical AI. Download our POV that outlines how Capgemini envisions AI’s potential for the Public Sector. Following the introduction, our workshop will take you on a two-part journey via the Breakout Sessions - supported by moderators and with a Q&A exchange. Find out more. - BREAKOUT SESSION 1 – #AIEthics - BREAKOUT SESSION 2 – #AI4SDGs
BRANDON PURCELL
BRANDON PURCELL
Principal Analyst
In partnership with From Colombia to South Korea, France to India, national strategies on AI have been flourishing, highlighting one critical need – to serve humans with the best technology, underpinned with an ethical purpose. In our 2.5-hour workshop on October 29, Capgemini’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) experts and leaders from the public sector will showcase tangible client success stories that have been delivered in a public sector context and demonstrate how your government can achieve ethical AI. Download our POV that outlines how Capgemini envisions AI’s potential for the Public Sector. Following the introduction, our workshop will take you on a two-part journey via the Breakout Sessions - supported by moderators and with a Q&A exchange. Find out more. - BREAKOUT SESSION 1 – #AIEthics - BREAKOUT SESSION 2 – #AI4SDGs
ANDREAS HENNINGSSON
ANDREAS HENNINGSSON
Big Data Architect
In partnership with From Colombia to South Korea, France to India, national strategies on AI have been flourishing, highlighting one critical need – to serve humans with the best technology, underpinned with an ethical purpose. In our 2.5-hour workshop on October 29, Capgemini’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) experts and leaders from the public sector will showcase tangible client success stories that have been delivered in a public sector context and demonstrate how your government can achieve ethical AI. Download our POV that outlines how Capgemini envisions AI’s potential for the Public Sector. Following the introduction, our workshop will take you on a two-part journey via the Breakout Sessions - supported by moderators and with a Q&A exchange. Find out more. - BREAKOUT SESSION 1 – #AIEthics - BREAKOUT SESSION 2 – #AI4SDGs
UTE KLARMANN-SCHULZ
UTE KLARMANN-SCHULZ
Group Leader at Institute for Medical Microbiology, Immunology and Parasitology (IMMIP), University Hospital
In partnership with From Colombia to South Korea, France to India, national strategies on AI have been flourishing, highlighting one critical need – to serve humans with the best technology, underpinned with an ethical purpose. In our 2.5-hour workshop on October 29, Capgemini’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) experts and leaders from the public sector will showcase tangible client success stories that have been delivered in a public sector context and demonstrate how your government can achieve ethical AI. Download our POV that outlines how Capgemini envisions AI’s potential for the Public Sector. Following the introduction, our workshop will take you on a two-part journey via the Breakout Sessions - supported by moderators and with a Q&A exchange. Find out more. - BREAKOUT SESSION 1 – #AIEthics - BREAKOUT SESSION 2 – #AI4SDGs
JEAN-MATTHIEU TILQUIN
JEAN-MATTHIEU TILQUIN
Vice President Data Consulting
In partnership with From Colombia to South Korea, France to India, national strategies on AI have been flourishing, highlighting one critical need – to serve humans with the best technology, underpinned with an ethical purpose. In our 2.5-hour workshop on October 29, Capgemini’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) experts and leaders from the public sector will showcase tangible client success stories that have been delivered in a public sector context and demonstrate how your government can achieve ethical AI. Download our POV that outlines how Capgemini envisions AI’s potential for the Public Sector. Following the introduction, our workshop will take you on a two-part journey via the Breakout Sessions - supported by moderators and with a Q&A exchange. Find out more. - BREAKOUT SESSION 1 – #AIEthics - BREAKOUT SESSION 2 – #AI4SDGs
ALBERT PRITZKAU
ALBERT PRITZKAU
Data Scientist for Strategic Communication
In partnership with From Colombia to South Korea, France to India, national strategies on AI have been flourishing, highlighting one critical need – to serve humans with the best technology, underpinned with an ethical purpose. In our 2.5-hour workshop on October 29, Capgemini’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) experts and leaders from the public sector will showcase tangible client success stories that have been delivered in a public sector context and demonstrate how your government can achieve ethical AI. Download our POV that outlines how Capgemini envisions AI’s potential for the Public Sector. Following the introduction, our workshop will take you on a two-part journey via the Breakout Sessions - supported by moderators and with a Q&A exchange. Find out more. - BREAKOUT SESSION 1 – #AIEthics - BREAKOUT SESSION 2 – #AI4SDGs
ROMAIN HELLMANN
ROMAIN HELLMANN
Head of the Unscheduled Care Department
In partnership with From Colombia to South Korea, France to India, national strategies on AI have been flourishing, highlighting one critical need – to serve humans with the best technology, underpinned with an ethical purpose. In our 2.5-hour workshop on October 29, Capgemini’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) experts and leaders from the public sector will showcase tangible client success stories that have been delivered in a public sector context and demonstrate how your government can achieve ethical AI. Download our POV that outlines how Capgemini envisions AI’s potential for the Public Sector. Following the introduction, our workshop will take you on a two-part journey via the Breakout Sessions - supported by moderators and with a Q&A exchange. Find out more. - BREAKOUT SESSION 1 – #AIEthics - BREAKOUT SESSION 2 – #AI4SDGs
GREGOR STROJIN
GREGOR STROJIN
Chair of Ad Hoc Committee on AI (CAHAI)
In partnership with From Colombia to South Korea, France to India, national strategies on AI have been flourishing, highlighting one critical need – to serve humans with the best technology, underpinned with an ethical purpose. In our 2.5-hour workshop on October 29, Capgemini’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) experts and leaders from the public sector will showcase tangible client success stories that have been delivered in a public sector context and demonstrate how your government can achieve ethical AI. Download our POV that outlines how Capgemini envisions AI’s potential for the Public Sector. Following the introduction, our workshop will take you on a two-part journey via the Breakout Sessions - supported by moderators and with a Q&A exchange. Find out more. - BREAKOUT SESSION 1 – #AIEthics - BREAKOUT SESSION 2 – #AI4SDGs
SUGU THURAISAMY
SUGU THURAISAMY
General Manager
In partnership with From Colombia to South Korea, France to India, national strategies on AI have been flourishing, highlighting one critical need – to serve humans with the best technology, underpinned with an ethical purpose. In our 2.5-hour workshop on October 29, Capgemini’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) experts and leaders from the public sector will showcase tangible client success stories that have been delivered in a public sector context and demonstrate how your government can achieve ethical AI. Download our POV that outlines how Capgemini envisions AI’s potential for the Public Sector. Following the introduction, our workshop will take you on a two-part journey via the Breakout Sessions - supported by moderators and with a Q&A exchange. Find out more. - BREAKOUT SESSION 1 – #AIEthics - BREAKOUT SESSION 2 – #AI4SDGs

Date

29 Oct 2020

Time

CET, Geneva
14:00 - 16:30
Sessions

Topics

Inclusivity,
SDGs,
Transparency

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