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Artificial Intelligence with AI Australia


Artificial Intelligence is here to stay and brings great promise. According to PwC’s AI research study, if used wisely, AI can contribute up to $15.7 trillion to the economy by 2030. This will be a game changer and will generate benefits across all sectors.

However, there are rising concerns related to AI ethics. Time and again, the assumption that “ethical people will develop ethical technology” has proven to be incorrect and now is the time to have discussions among highly qualified AI Experts from big companies like Big 4s and DBS about safeguards that need to be in place in order to align our AI with values of our organization.

Currently, the greatest challenge for AI leaders from big businesses is to strike a balance between protecting their enterprise IP vs providing transparency to the public. In order to remain trustworthy, the leaders need to define, beyond developing guidelines and recommendations, tangible actions to address ethical issues around fairness, privacy and accountability.

Let’s consider the COVID-19 situation as a wake up and use technology in a responsible way. Join the panel discussion for unlocking more on this topic together with some ethical AI strategies that big businesses (namely PwC, Deloitte and EY) are using.


Ansgar Koene
, Global AI Ethics and Regulatory Leader

Ansgar has a multi-disciplinary research background, having worked and published on topics ranging from Policy and Governance of Algorithmic Systems (AI), data-privacy, AI Ethics. He is currently the AI Ethics leader at EY.
Location: London 

Jordan Issaakidis, Vice President International Tax, Business, and Digital Lead at DBS Bank, 

Jordan Issaakidis is a Vice President at DBS Bank Ltd - the largest financial institution in South East Asia. He is a driving force behind operationalisation of Responsible Data Use and AI Governance Frameworks – and regular speaker on the ethics of data use and artificial intelligence in product design. He is passionate about the intersection between ethics, law and technology, governance, user experience, and organisational transformation. 

Location: Singapore 

Ivana Bartoletti, Technical Director at Deloitte 

Ivana is the Technical Director of Deloitte and co-founder of Women Leading in AI Network. Ivana was awarded ‘Woman of the Year’ (2019) in the Cyber Security Awards in recognition of her growing reputation as an advocate of equality, privacy and ethics at the heart of tech and AI.
Location: London 

Richard Kelly, Managing Emerging Technology Responsible AI Leader at PwC

Richard is the Managing Emerging Technology Responsible AI leader at PwC. With a key focus on technology ethics and governance he brings with him over 15 years of experience developing and implementing small to large ICT projects across a variety of industries.
Location: Brisbane

Agita Pasaribu, Founder at BULLYID

Agita Pasaribu is currently the Founder of; a future AI app that combines psychology & law principles to proactively identify cyberbullying with an AI-analysis. Additionally, Agita has been advocating for progressive youth-related policies at various diplomatic and international forums to promote the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Location: UK 

David Coleman, Consultant and Principal at Lawyers and Legal Services Pty Ltd

Angela Kim, Head of Analytics and AI at Teacher's Health and Women in AI Education Ambassador for Australia, APAC Lead

Angela is an AI Professional specialised in Ethics, Bias, Diversity & Inclusion in AI and recipient of Top 10 Analytics Leaders 2020 From Institute of Analytics Professional Australia and also sits on the Founding Editorial Board of Springer's new & timely AI and Ethics Journal.

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