IoD Evening Briefing: AI - Powering Change in Our Time
The world is changing. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is one of the key technologies that is helping to reshape how we work and live. It has the power to improve how we work, and even enable scenarios and new markets we couldn't previously contemplate.
However, alongside the many examples of AI powering successful digital transformations, problematic scenarios have emerged from AI applications, delivering biased decisions or discriminating against minorities. Such outcomes do not just break ethical norms, but can have considerable negative impacts on an organisation's employee relations, customer satisfaction and share price.
Clare Dillon will share some stories of AI-powered digital transformations and some practical tips on how organisations can take advantage of these powerful new tools, while avoiding potential ethical pitfalls.
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Registration will take place from 17:00 with the briefing beginning at 17:15 sharp, followed by Q&A and refreshments.
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|Clare Dillon, Technology Evangelist, Clare Dillon Consulting|
|Free of Charge. IoD Members only|
|The Grafton Suite, The Westbury Hotel, Grafton Street, Dublin 2|
|IoD Breakfast and Evening Briefings series is kindly sponsored by Mazars|
Clare Dillon is a Technology Evangelist and runs her own company called Clare Dillon Consulting. Clare has over 20 years' experience in the tech industry, where she helps organisations maximise opportunities presented by the latest trends in technology. Passionate about how technology is changing and shaping the world, in which we live and work in, Clare regularly speaks on topics related to AI, digital transformation and organisational change.
Before setting up her own consultancy business, she was a member of the Microsoft Ireland Leadership Team for over eight years, heading up the Developer Evangelism organisation. Clare has served on the boards of the National Digital Research Centre, the Irish Internet Association, and industry guidance boards for the Irish Centre for Cloud Computing & Commerce and the Technology Ireland Innovation Forum.
Mazars is an international partnership specialising in audit, tax, consulting and financial advisory services.
In Ireland, we employ over 450 people in Dublin, Limerick and Galway and work with large corporate companies and Public Interest Entities and small to mid-sized indigenous businesses to assist clients at every stage in their development.
We operate in 89 countries, including Ireland and overall, we draw on the expertise of 40,000 professionals - 24,000 in the Mazars integrated partnership and 16,000 via the Mazars North America Alliance.
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