AI is playing a growing role in our communities, from health and education, right through to community consultation. But what principles should AI adhere to when it is used to support citizens? And what should citizens expect in return for their information? Hear from our panellists as they discuss these issues as well as trust, ethics and privacy when creating AI for citizens.
This Techweek TV session is aimed at government and community leaders to give them things to consider before embarking on their AI journey.
You can drop into this event at any time.
This event does not require registration.
Tuesday 28 Jul
4:30pm - 5:00pm
Anchali Anandanayagam is a partner at Hudson Gavin Martin, a corporate and commercial law firm that specialises in technology, media and intellectual property. From dark fibre procurement to emerging technologies, in the last 15 years Anchali has advised public and private customers and suppliers alike on tech, media and telecommunications products and services. Anchali is a member of the AI Forum working group on AI awareness, advises on tech adoption and innovation, and works with local and international content producers and suppliers to the media sector. Anchali is an advocate of purpose driven organisations and sits on the boards of Women in Film and Television NZ and the Asylum Seekers Support Trust, and chairs the board of Thankyou Payroll Limited, a software-as-a-service company with a triple bottom line.
Steve joined IBM in January 2020 and is based in Wellington, He brings to IBM
extensive experience in technology, finance, consulting, operations and
executive leadership gained throughout Asia Pacific.
As the Managing Partner for Global Business Services, Steve works with leading companies in New Zealand to take advantage of exponential technologies, powered by data to create a next-generation business model IBM calls the Cognitive Enterprise.
Steve worked at PwC for eight years, most recently as Director, Consulting, and Managing Director, International Development. At PwC, his focus was organisational transformations and major people and technology change initiatives, as well as mentoring CEOs and Executive teams to structure and grow their businesses.
Matt Ensor is focussed on introducing Artificial Intelligence into the ways that organisations communicate. He leads the development of a range of market-leading AI tools for public consultation and engagement. Matt’s qualifications are a mix of civil engineering and social science, and he has worked in field of consulting for more than 20 years. In addition to his work in AI, he is a global expert in the growth of micromobility, particularly e-bikes and e-scooters, and is the lead researcher for a Government project to forecast the likely mode-shift from cars and public transport to micromobility.