AI

UNDERSTANDING DIGITAL DATA FLOWS: FUNDAMENTALS OF AI GOVERNANCE

$250-$350 May 20 @ 1:00pm - 3:00pm (EDT)

Overview

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ABOUT THIS EVENT

The Fundamentals of AI Governance session will cover topics including:

– The basics of artificial intelligence and machine learning;

– Evaluating, using and incorporating AI; and

– Understanding bias and fairness in artificial intelligence and machine learning models.

FPF Corporate Members receive a discounted registration rate for this session. FPF invites and welcomes the support of companies committed to advancing privacy practices. Please see FPF’s statement of Supporter Levels and Benefits. To learn more about supporting our organization and becoming a member, please contact [email protected]

Speakers

Brenda Leong

Senior Counsel & Director of AI & Ethics, Future of Privacy Forum

Brenda Leong, CIPP/US, is Senior Counsel and Director of Artificial Intelligence and Ethics at the Future of Privacy Forum. She oversees development of privacy analysis of AI and Machine Learning technologies, manages the FPF portfolio on biometrics and digital identity, particularly facial recognition, along with the ethics challenges of these emerging systems. She works on industry standards and collaboration on privacy and responsible data management, by partnering with stakeholders and advocates to reach practical solutions for consumer and commercial data uses. Prior to working at FPF, Brenda served in the U.S. Air Force, including policy and legislative affairs work from the Pentagon and the U.S. Department of State. She is a 2014 graduate of George Mason University School of Law.

Dr. Sara Jordan

Senior Counsel for AI & Ethics, Future of Privacy Forum

Dr. Sara R. Jordan is Senior Counsel, Artificial Intelligence and Ethics at the Future of Privacy Forum. Her profile includes privacy implications of data sharing, data and AI review boards, privacy analysis of AI and Machine Learning (AI/ML) technologies, and analysis of the ethics challenges of AI/ ML. Sara is an active member of the IEEE Global Initiative on Ethics for Autonomous and Intelligent Systems. Prior to working at FPF, Sara was faculty in the Center for Public Administration and Policy at Virginia Tech (2014-2020) and in the Department of Politics and Public Administration at the University of Hong Kong (2007- 2013). She is a graduate of Texas A&M University and University of South Florida.