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Responsible AI dashboard | Building trustworthy AI systems with Responsible AI tools

13 March, 2024 | 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM

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Topic: AI

Language: English

Responsible AI is a critical part of machine learning. With the recent breakthroughs in AI, there is increasing societal scrutiny for AI to be regulated. However, organizations and AI developers need practical tools to enable them to safe-guard, debug, mitigate and deliver AI solutions that are less harmful. This workshop provides hands-on learning to the AI communities on how they can use Responsible AI tools identity and mitigate issues that can negatively affect individual or society. Participants will learn using LLMs and traditional ML models to gain a competitive advantage with this workshop.

How do you think that a Start-up will be benefited from this session?
This will help startups in reducing the risks from their AI services when engaging with investors, b2b customers deals, or end-users to win their trust. Investors and customers want to avoid regulatory AI compliance violations when evaluating AI systems from startups.

The session will focus on -
The lessons from this workshop series will focus on debugging traditional ML models to expose blind spots that model performance metrics miss such as biases, interpretability, and pinpointing groups where a model is producing wrong results.

What will the attendees or a Start-up learn from session?
Participants will learn how to debug and mitigate a ML model issue using error analysis, data analysis, model explainability, model performance and fairness assessment.

Read More - https://aka.ms/Responsible-AIPrinciples

Speaker Bio: Ruth Yakubu
Ruth Yakubu is a Principal Cloud Advocate at Microsoft. Ruth specializes in Java, Advanced Analytics, Data Platforms and Artificial Intelligence (AI). In addition, she's been a tech speaker at several conferences like Microsoft Ignite, O'reilly velocity, Devoxx UK, Grace Hopper Dublin, TechSummit, Websummit and numerous other developer conferences. Prior to Microsoft, She has also worked for great companies like UNISYS, ACCENTURE and DIRECTV over the years where she gained a lot of experience with software architectural design and programming. She’s awarded Dzone.com’s Most Valued Blogger.

Social Handle of the speaker
X-@ruthieyakubu
LinkedIn- https://www.linkedin.com/in/ruthyakubu

Session hosted by- Vinayak Hegde
Vinayak Hegde currently works as CTO-in-residence at Microsoft for Startups helping startups to scale their tech stacks, teams and products. With over 20 years of experience, Vinayak has built multiple products across different domains such as IoT, large scale networks and large-scale data systems in a variety of individual contributor and senior technical leadership roles. Previously he has worked with Akamai, Inmobi, and Zoomcar.

Social Handle
LinkedIn- https://www.linkedin.com/in/vinayakh/

Pre-requisites:
Basic understanding of Python

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