Artificial Intelligence is increasingly being used in every part of our bank and insurance companies, from actuarial analysis, intelligent marketing, fraud analytics to process automation. While it is helping organization in decision-making and bringing positive impact to the society, how do you guarantee that AI is used in a responsible and ethical way? What is considered ethical and responsible? How do you evaluate it on a personal, organization and cultural point-of- view?
We will start with an overview of ethical and responsible AI and give concrete examples of issues that are currently facing the insurance industry today. By diving into different areas that need to be addressed, we will help you examine if you and your organization use AI in a responsible and ethical today? How will you use it for the good of your customers, without detrimental or subversive impacts on them or the markets in which you operate? And how will you use the data AI relies upon both ethically and in alignment with industry regulations? Do you already have the right governance frameworks, storage and security in place?
After the discussions, the participants will have the chance to play the SAS AI Game where different issues are contextualized and examined through role-plays. This will allow the participants to have fictional but first-hand experience and discussion of the dilemmas that often exist in real-world situations.
Format: This is a one-day seminar that gives you both the theoretical overview of ethical and responsible AI as well as fictional role-plays in the SAS AI Game that contextualizes ethical issues.
Who should attend
Decision makers, managers, and analysts who wants to explore what responsible and ethical AI means to them and their organizations
There are no prerequisites for this course, only an interest in AI.