CEO Matthew Carroll to Join Expert Panel That Will Share Best Practices for AI Explainability and Removing Bias in Machine Learning Models
Immuta, the leading provider of enterprise data management solutions for artificial intelligence (AI), announced that its CEO, Matthew Carroll, will participate on a panel discussion about emerging AI trends at the AI World Conference & Expo, taking place December 3-5 in Boston. The panel, which includes executives from Neurala, PARC and DarwinAI, will focus on AI explainability, transparency and performance, and its impact on highly-regulated industries such as healthcare, finance, legal vertical markets and beyond.
.@ImmutaData CEO Matt Carroll will speak on a panel about emerging #AI trends at the @AIWorldExpo at 2:30pm ET on Dec. 5 in Boston #aiworld
Named a September 2018 Gartner Cool Vendor in Data Science and Machine Learning, and recognized by CNBC as one of the most promising up-and-coming companies with the potential to transform industries, Immuta enables algorithm-driven enterprises to quickly operationalize data for increased access and control to drive their machine learning and advanced analytics programs. This frees up data science teams to work with all of an organization’s data without being hamstrung by complex security regulations or information governance policies.
Immuta Activities at the AI World Conference & Expo
Who: Matthew Carroll, CEO, Immuta
Jeff Orr, Conference Content Director, AI World (Moderator)
Heather Ames Versace, PhD, COO and Co-Founder, Neurala
Raj Minhas, PhD, VP and Director of the Interactions and Analytics Lab
Sheldon Fernandez, CEO, DarwinAI
What: Matthew Carroll, Immuta’s CEO, will participate on a panel titled “Emerging AI Trends: Removing Bias and Explainable AI (XAI)”
Enterprises and end users need a way to explain why AI makes certain predictions. Whether declining a loan or mortgage application, settling an insurance claim or recommending a personalized medical plan to maintain optimal health, industry watchdogs and regulators are reluctant to embrace intelligent systems without some explanation of how the data input generated the machine output. Some technology providers have claimed that they are already delivering explainable AI systems, but these are few and far between.
In this panel session, the audience will:
- Learn what explainable AI means and discover what businesses and industry regulators want to know about predictions
- Understand the trade-off between AI transparency and performance, along with the implications for intellectual property
- Discover how to deliver truly explainable AI systems
- Uncover the demand for explainable AI in finance, healthcare and legal vertical markets
When: Wednesday, December 5, 2018 at 2:30pm ET
Where: Seaport World Trade Center, Boston