E65 Alessandra Mileo, Associate Professor at the INSIGHT Centre for Data Analytics at DCU & John Ward, Head of Digital & Emerging Technologies at EY Ireland

Alessandra Mileo of Insight Centre for Data Analytics and EY’s John Ward discuss AI in production, explainable (XAI) and the recent EU proposed regulation of AI

Welcome to episode 65 of the AI Ireland podcast, the show that explores the applications and research of Data Science, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence on the island of Ireland.

Our mission is to increase the use of AI for the benefit of our society, our competitiveness and everyone living in Ireland.

In today’s episode, we are joined by Alessandra Mileo Associate Professor and FSI Funded Investigator at the INSIGHT Centre for Data Analytics at DCU and John Ward Head of Digital & Emerging Technologies at EY Ireland. In today’s show, we will be discussing Artificial Intelligence in production, explainable (XAI) and the recent EU proposed regulation of AI.

Topics include:

  • Alessandra’s Explainable AI research at the INSIGHT Centre for Data Analytics
  • The importance of building trust in AI models
  • What you need to know about the production and maintenance of AI models
  • Thoughts on the recent proposed EU regulation of AI

 

 

Today’s podcast has been supported by Microsoft and we would like to say a big thank you to Alessandra and John for being this week’s guests on the AI Ireland Podcast.

Finally, if you would like to hear more from AI Ireland, please reach out to us to learn more about AI Ireland membership and how to get involved with the 2021 AI Awards by contacting mark@aiawards.ie.

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AI Ireland's mission is to increase the use of AI for the benefit of our society, our competitiveness, and for everyone living in Ireland.

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