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Recorded webcast: Artificial intelligence — Governance issues facing assurance providers and boards

Details

Online access until Saturday 28 March 2020

Recorded webinar

CPD Hours

0.75

Cost (Inc GST)

$0.00 Member
$0.00 Subscriber
$0.00 Non-member


You will receive an email with a link to this recorded webcast once you register. If you do not receive this email, contact us on 1800 251 849.


Artificial intelligence presents opportunities, risks and governance issues for all organisations. As reported in Governance Directions, you need to consider:

  • your AI plan — just as organisations considered their internet plan 20 years ago
  • the future of work — how to keep your employees skilled and ready to take up new challenges presented by AI
  • opportunities to improve productivity
  • the risks — reputational and ethical.

Is your head in a spin? Register for our free webinar to better grasp the governance issues associated with AI.

Key insights

  • Understand current and future issues facing senior managers and directors
  • Be equipped with up-to-date perspectives on managing risk in the AI world

Who should watch?

  • Directors and audit committee members
  • Internal and external auditors
  • Senior managers
  • Executives
  • Risk managers

Speakers

Chair: Andrew Main

Andrew has 38 years’ experience as a financial journalist in Australia, with Fairfax Media and The Australian where he was business editor. He published two books — one on the collapse of HIH Insurance in 2003 followed by a biography of stockbroker Rene Rivkin in 2005. He was a joint winner in 2004 of the highest prize in Australian journalism, the Gold Walkley Award, for a series of articles on Mr Rivkin’s Swiss bank accounts. He is now a freelance writer, trainer, speaker, commentator and MC.

Charlie Puddicombe, Director, Ernst & Young

Charlie is an executive in the Financial Services Risk Group at EY. His diverse industry background includes financial services, energy and manufacturing. He brings practical commercial experience of internal audit, strategic risk management and compliance areas for clients. His insights and challenge to clients support them in delivering outstanding business results through digital technology, data analytics and cybersecurity.

Rob Hanson, Futurist, CSIRO

Rob is a Senior Researcher and Futurist at CSIRO’s Digital Innovation Business Unit Data61. Rob works on emerging technologies with a view to optimising the opportunities and risks they present. Rob is a CRMA, CISA, CISM and CGEIT, with advanced degrees in technology and strategic foresight.  Rob is a PhD candidate in the perception of emerging risk.

Dr Philippa Ryan, Senior Lecturer & Barrister

At UTS Law, Philippa coordinates and teaches commercial equity, technology law policy and ethics and disruptive technologies and the law. She also teaches in the UTS Master of Data Science and Innovation. Her PhD formulated a new classification for the liability of third parties to a breach of trust. She is currently researching the regulation and status of cryptocurrencies and trust protocols enabled by blockchain technology.

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