Inside The AI Summit New York: Day 2
With a curated conference program and a host of immersive workshops, the two-day event provides ample opportunity to strengthen your AI strategy in the commercial heartland of applied AI, but if you couldn't be there in person, we streamed the headline stage here and reported on some of the key takeaways.
Emerging technologies landscape and future trends: What your organization needs to know
From personalized data to the ethics of AI, panelists from the London Stock Exchange Group and RESRG discussed AI in business trends.
Ashley Casovan, executive director of the Responsible AI Institute, was the winner of the Solution Provider award. In her role, Ashley has been leading the organization in establishing the first independent certified framework aligned to standards and regulations.
Amit Arora, vice president of product management at Swiss Re took home the Solutions Implementer award. A product management evangelist with 22 years in AI and automation-led proven monetization, Arora’s work has spanned product creation in sectors including telecoms, insurance and life sciences.
Deloitte managing director Mike Morris, alongside Abdul Rahman, associate vice president at the Ai Center of Excellence spoke at this year’s AI Summit New York:
“Detections of attacks are reactive in nature and there’s a lot of false positives,” he said. “Attackers are increasing their knowledge, they’re using operating systems better than before and hiding in plain sight, using security products to maneuver in an environment. But this is where there are a lot of opportunities to leverage AI to reduce this false positive rate and help with threat detection.”