AI enables new business models and ways of doing business such as optimized credit analysis, micro-insurance, customer support, document review, monitoring and reporting (RegTech).
Yet, the use of AI also raises concerns regarding fairness, accountability and transparency. For example, are FI board members and senior management confident that AI systems being introduced are not biased? Would they be able to adequately explain how such AI systems work to regulators?
This practical “hands on” and interactive workshop empowers FI board members and senior managers of FIs (whether from business units, Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) or IT functions) to better understand AI as it applies to their companies and industry. Also, and more importantly, it enables them to make better decisions in relation to selection, adoption and governance of such technologies.
The workshop facilitator will be ACMI’s managing director Brian Tang, who is on IIIE’s Global AI Ethics Initiative Policy Committee and who curated the oversubscribed AI in Finance: Make Your First Chatbot programme as part of the Hong Kong Fintech Education Week held with City University Apps Lab and HSBC Applied Innovation’s Juergen Rahmel. Brian has previously contributed a chapter to The FinTech Book on online capital marketplaces (which was featured in Forbes) and is co-chair of Fintech Association of Hong Kong RegTech Committee. The upcoming The RegTech Book features a chapter by Brian on AI governance and is due to be published in early 2018.
Our key approach is for participants to learn by doing, and so they will make their first chatbot during the workshop, which will enable them to understand the potential and issues that arise from use of machine learning to help them think about governance issues in their own institutions.
A workshop will be held in each of the morning and afternoon, specifically developed for board members and senior management of FIs, and strictly limited in number of participants to maximize meaningful exchange and sharing.
Participants should bring their own laptops to learn to make their chatbot, and will receive Certificates of Completion.
January 18, 2018 (Thursday)
Choice of: 9.30am - 12.00pm; or 3.00pm – 5.00pm
Venue: Central or Wanchai
Rates: Regular - $3000AFF Participants - $2000Members/ Supporting organisations - $1800
Supporting Organsization: Fintech Association of Hong Kong
Our last workshop was oversubscribed: to reserve your spot, please send checks addressed to "Asia Capital Markets Institute" at 51/F, Hopewell Centre, 183 Queen's Road East, Wan Chai, Hong Kong