SIIA Tech Summit
April 28, 2020
575 Seventh Street NW, Washington, DC
The Event is Postponed.
Due to the unprecedented and dynamic situation regarding the global outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19), we have made the decision to postpone our inaugural Tech Summit on Artificial Intelligence (AI). The health and safety of all of our guests is our top priority. We will continue to work with municipal, state, and federal government officials and coordinating with our local partners on the ground to monitor the situation and hope to announce a new date soon.
In the meantime we are exploring exciting opportunities to deliver some of the content in an interactive virtual environment. As plans are made we will update this website and communicate with all our guests and partners.
Artificial Intelligence – Going behind the curtain to learn what AI can do for your business.
SIIA − Accelerating Innovation in Technology, Data and Media − is pleased to announce our first SIIA Tech Summit: Artificial Intelligence – Going Behind the Curtain to Learn What AI Can Do for Your Business. The best of SIIA membership − FISD, Connectiv, ETIN, SIPA and SSD divisions − will join together in providing a thought-leading journey down the yellow brick road of AI.
Just as Dorothy and her companions went in search of the Wizard of Oz for a solution to their problems, businesses today are looking to Artificial Intelligence to provide innovative answers to their most significant challenges. But is AI and machine learning really all it’s made out to be? And what impact will regulation have on the development and application of this technology? Are there downsides to be wary of?
Come with us as we consider the real opportunities and challenges of AI, and discuss how to prepare your business for life in the Emerald City!
- revenue generation;
- AI skills dissemination;
- classroom AI practices;
- bias mitigation strategies;
- explainability approaches;
- publisher content creation;
- privacy/cyber risk management;
- diversity, equity, and inclusion;
- “alternative data” in the financial sector;
- implications of U.S.-China “decoupling.”
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