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Engineering Trustworthy AI

Artificial intelligence (AI) is one of the most transformative technologies of our time. It has the potential to solve some of the world’s most pressing problems, however, it also poses risks and in recent years as the field has exploded, there have been growing concerns about those risks.

Elon Musk, for example, has warned that AI could be potentially more dangerous than nuclear weapons. With two prominent experts in the field, Dr. Nick Allott and Professor Subramanian Ramamoorthy, this Zoom webinar will explore how we can engineer AI systems so that they are trustworthy.

This event is delivered in partnership with TechWorks connected communities IoT Security Foundation (IoTSF), Automotive Electronic Systems Innovation Network (AESIN) and Technology Network for Embedded Systems (TechNES). It is an open event for members and guests.

Sarb Sembhi

Sarb Sembhi

Co-Chair of the Smart Built Environment Working Group and IoTSF Executive Steering Board Member

Sarb is the  CTO for Virtually Informed, and had several CISO roles. He speaks, writes and contributes to many events and publications. He was shortlisted for the CSO30 2021 Awards, and was shortlisted 5 in the IFSecGlobal 2020 20 Most Influential People in Security. He is a mentor for start-ups and a board advisor, as well as Co-Chair of the Smart Built Environment Group and Executive Steering Board member of the IoTSF.

James Willison

James Willison

Co-Chair of the Smart Built Environment Working Group

In March 2022, James Willison joined IoTSF as Project and Engagement Manager, and is co Chair of the IoTSF Smart Built Environment Working Group. He has campaigned for over twenty years to bring the cyber and physical security realms closer together. He works with Sarb Sembhi on the IFSEC Converged Security Centre and on Smart City Security White papers. He has been an Advisor on Convergence to the Mitie TSM Board,  a senior lecturer in Security Management at Loughborough University and a Digital Security Expert with the European Union. He is also a volunteer leader with ASIS International on Enterprise Security Risk Management.

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