Ai Everything is launching an all-new online platform to keep the artificial intelligence community connected and engaged.
Ai Everything.virtual, the new series of webinars to support the technology industry, will provide unparalleled insight on the ways that artificial intelligence can advance economies across the world.
The first Ai Everything.virtual webinar will take place on Thursday 14th May at 10am UAE time (8am Central European Time, 11.30am India), and will discuss how AI could affect personal privacy in order to protect the public against COVID-19.
The discussion will feature insight from a range of world-renowned experts including
Abigail Wen, Senior Director of Emerging AI Tech, Office of the CTO, Artificial Intelligence Platforms Group, Intel; Dr Hatem Bugshan CEO, Big Innovation Centre, Saudi Arabia; George Huang, President of International Business Group, SenseTime. The discussion will be moderated by Nate Yohannes, Principal, AI Engineering, Microsoft.
Research shows that consumers harbour mixed feelings around artificial intelligence and how it affects their privacy. While 67 percent admit “nervousness” over sharing their data, they still believe the benefits outweigh the risks; 76 percent call sharing personal information with companies a “necessary evil” and 59 percent trust businesses more than they do governments with their data.
Attendees of Ai Everything.virtual’s launch webinar will learn how China, South Korea, the USA, Canada and others are using AI for data analytics in the fight against Covid-19, whether governments be trusted to use available data insights exclusively for their intended purpose alone, and whether there will be a re-evaluation of privacy legislation to assist potentially life-changing pilot AI solutions.
“The conventional wisdom is that privacy and AI are fundamentally at odds – that progress in one must come at the expense of the other,” said Abigail Wen, Senior Director of Emerging AI Tech, Office of the CTO, Artificial Intelligence Platforms Group, Intel.
“Data helps AI companies around the world train algorithms to manage public safety. Data like this, especially at this time, is crucial,” said George Huang, President of International Business Group, SenseTime.
“AI will reduce the spread of COVID-19. We need a quick response from policy makers to find solutions,” said Dr Hatem Bugshan, CEO, Big Innovation Centre, Saudi Arabia.
To tune into the live discussion on Thursday 14th May at 10am (UAE time) and to submit a question to the panelists, register here.