SPEAKER 

Julian Hatwell – PhD student Birmingham City University

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SYNOPSIS
Until recently the main driver for investment in Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been to gain competitive edge. Whereas now it is apparent that these technologies are becoming a necessity within a rapidly automating market.

Simultaneously the negative impacts of customer service disasters (“Computer Says No”) and the potential for regulation compliance failures (e.g. GDPR, FCA) place increasing demands on application designers. There is a moral, ethical and legal imperative to justify and defend the decisions made within such applications, which is increasingly difficult when they are derived from “black box” algorithms.

This webinar will discuss how we can respond to these challenges
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SPEAKER BIOGRAPHY
Julian Hatwell has 15 years’ experience in the “for-profit” education sector focusing on enterprise and management information systems. Following achievement of an MSc (with distinction) in Business Intelligence at Birmingham City University, he is now engaged in full-time PhD study researching “Designing Explanation Systems for Decision Forests”

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THIS EVENT IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY: BCS Data Management specialist group
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eXplainable Artificial Intelligence (XAI) -  Webinar - Data Management specialist group
Date and time
10 October, 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Location

Price
Free