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10 Feb 2020
  • Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre
1-2pm

Monday Lunch Live with Chantal Suder and David Evans - leading edge insights from KPMG

The history and evolution of data ethics: When bots go bad - staying in control of Artificial Intelligence

Improved clinical data presents tremendous opportunities for patient outcomes and systems improvements. In our first Monday Lunch Live for 2020 we explore the opportunities - and pitfalls, in processes being automated with Artificial Intelligence. Understand the thinking and frameworks required to get the right mix of checks and balances, while harnessing the benefits of this exciting technology.

Hear from data analytic experts Chantal Suder and David Evans from KPMG who highlight some benefits of AI while signposting some common concerns; from social media backlash, biased algorithms and confidence in vendor software. The need to stay in control of technology has never been greater, but it’s not the first-time new technology has affected the way we make decisions.

Ms Chantal Suder
Manager, Data Engineering, KPMG

Chantal Suder is a data engineer in the Data and Analytics team at KPMG. Her primary focus lies in developing cloud solutions, reporting, and data visualisation to enable clients to better leverage their data.

https://au.linkedin.com/in/chantalsuder

David Evans
Director, KPMG

David combines advanced mathematics and technology to uncover insights and deliver solutions that help clients grow their businesses. He has deep domain knowledge of the mathematics and algorithms behind Machine Learning and AI, backed by practical hands-on experience building and applying them in industry. Prior to KPMG, David spent 17 years in industry working across corporate strategy, investment analysis, software development and telecommunications engineering.

https://au.linkedin.com/in/davidevanslink

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