Are you building AI that your customers will trust?

Data and AI Virtual Forum sessions now available on-demand

By | 1 minute read | July 20, 2020

In the current business climate, digital transformation is imperative. Across every industry, organizations are building and scaling AI to create new ways of doing business. But businesses face some common challenges in their journey to AI, including talent scarcity, data complexity, and a lack of trust in AI systems.

To help you meet these challenges head on, IBM presents a three-part online event series: the Data and AI Virtual Forums. The next event happens Wednesday, July 29 at 9:00am ET, and focuses on building trust in your data and AI outcomes.

Join sessions featuring insights from industry leaders at KPMG LLC, Standard Bank of South Africa, iKure, the State of Idaho, Highmark Health, and many more. Register now at no cost to experience more than 25 virtual sessions focused on trust in AI.

A few agenda highlights include:

  • Keynote: “Trust: Hard to build, easy to break,” a discussion about why trust is a priority with Ritika Gunnar, Vice President, IBM Data and AI and David Cox, Director, MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab
  • Roundtable Discussion: “Breaking open the ‘black box’ of AI,” featuring Ritu Jyoti, Program Vice President, Artificial Intelligence Research, and Global AI Research Lead, IDC
  • Client story: “Ensuring a trusted and explainable regional risk-pulse index in a post-pandemic world,” a conversation with Dr. Klaus Paul, AI Hub and Emerging Technologies Capabilities Lead, R²Data Labs, Rolls Royce

There’s much more to explore – check out the full agenda for details on topics and speakers.

We hope you’ll join industry leaders, AI experts, business partners, clients and IBM executives for an interactive and engaging virtual event on building trust in AI outcomes. Reserve your seat now – register today.

For the latest on upcoming virtual events, both global and regional, visit the Data and AI Virtual Forum website.