The regulatory environment for managing the ethical use of data and AI is maturing. Organizations are under increasing pressure to adopt standards and best practices to comply. This includes the discovery and adoption of new ways of working, such as processes, tools and techniques for technical implementation and building successful compliance strategies. In this workshop we will look at emerging trends in data and AI ethics and some of the challenges organizations are facing with adoption. We will host break out rooms where we will discuss key issues and explore mitigation strategies in smaller groups
Glenda Crisp is the Head of Data & Analytics for Thomson Reuters, having been appointed to the position on 3 May 2021. She is responsible for defining and driving the enterprise data and analytics strategy focused on delivering high-impact commercial outcomes.
Glenda is a seasoned data and technology leader with over 30 years of experience. Prior to joining Thomson Reuters, Glenda was the Executive Enterprise Data & Architecture at National Australia Bank responsible for building cloud native data lake and advanced analytics platforms as well as operationalizing a Data Ethics function. She worked closely with business leaders to identify, prioritize and build analytics squads driving fifty use cases delivering $100 million in value over the course of a fiscal year. Glenda also previously held increasingly senior roles over her 17-year tenure at TD Bank Group including SVP & Chief Data Officer and SVP & CIO Corporate Technology. She is known for backing her people and working collaboratively with business partners to achieve strong results.
Glenda holds an MBA from Dalhousie University and a B. Comm from University of Alberta. She is based in Toronto, Ontario.
Aileen Schultz is an award-winning innovator with a comprehensive career supporting the adoption of emerging technologies, such as blockchain and newer applications of AI. She has built research and communities to support the advancement of governance models for the ethical use of these technologies, bringing dozens of organizations together in support of this agenda, across government, academia, technology, and the legal sector, in over twenty-five countries spanning six continents. She is Director, Data and Model Ethics and Policy at Thomson Reuters.
Carter Cousineau is the Vice President, Data and Model Governance at Thomson Reuters. She was formerly the Managing Director of the Center for Advancing Responsible and Ethical Artificial Intelligence at the University of Guelph.
She is known for her relationship management expertise and is a public speaker in the areas of innovation, leadership and strategic development of technologies. Some of her most recent talks include:
Leading in AI through Human and Machine Interactions at the AI for the Public Sector Conference, moderating a panel on Transparency in AI Decision Making at CPA's Ethics Summit, a facilitator for the University of Guelph's Wellness@Work on the Social Dilemma Documentary and a speaker for the Natural Resources Canada and MaRS Beta AI event.
Her research interests include: emerging technologies, AI, human to computer interactions and data strategies. Her most recent research work focuses on trustable AI. Carter has worked with a number of international technology start-ups, as well as provided managerial experience to not-for-profits, SMEs and Fortune500 companies in enterprise markets.
She also provides advisory work within her community, some of her prior involvement includes: Data Quality, Smart Cities at the City of Guelph, international conference for Sustainable Entrepreneurship, Information Communications Technology Association of Manitoba(ICTAM)'s Women in Technology Committee, and an organizer of the Global Forum on Digitization which was led for the first time in 2017.
Carter is engaged in completing a Doctorate of Computational Sciences(PhD) from the University of Guelph. She holds a Masters in Technology, Entrepreneurship and Innovation from the Booth School of Engineering and Technology Practice, an Honors Bachelor Degree, a minor in Geography, as well as a Leadership and Management Business Certificate from McMaster University.
9:00 Opening Remarks
9:15 - 11:15 Presentation
11:15 - 11:30 Open Q&A
DAMA April Meeting
Hosted by DAMA Minnesota
Wednesday, Apr 20, 2022 8:30 am | 3 hours | (UTC-05:00) Central Time (US & Canada)
Meeting number: 2553 439 7468
Join by video system
You can also dial 220.127.116.11 and enter your meeting number.
Join by phone
+1-408-418-9388 United States Toll
Access code: 255 343 97468