Artificial Governance & Guardrails – Where we have been, Where we are going, and How to get there?

When:  Nov 25, 2021 from 12:30 to 13:30 (ET)
Associated with  Melbourne Chapter
Topic: Artificial Governance & Guardrails – Where we have been, Where we are going, and How to get there?
Interactive Panel presented using the fireside chat format with Reshma Devi and Dr Kobi Leins (GAICD).
This interactive panel will explore what AI is, what it is not, how it has been built out of a particular context, and where it is going. Current guardrails and conversations about limiting AI and the toolbox of possibilities being considered to govern it will be discussed.
This presentation will appeal to anyone use works in areas that use AI, anyone who wants to understand AI better, or anyone who owns a phone. People should walk away with more confidence in understanding what AI is (and what it is not) as well as the confidence to ask questions about what AI can and cannot do, and how to ask questions more successfully.

Dr Kobi Leins (GAICD)
Dr Kobi Leins (GAICD) Honorary Senior Fellow of King’s College, London; Non-Resident Fellow of the United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research; Advisory Board Member of the Carnegie AI and Equality Initiative; Member of Standards Australia as a technical expert on the International Standards Organisation’s work on AI Standards; and co-founder of Responsible Innovation and the Life Sciences with IEEE. In collaboration with a community of legal and technical experts and practitioners, recently initiated an online partially crowd-sourced resource for lawyers in Australia pertaining to technology and cyber law, available on Austlii. I have previously managed programs and teams in administrative law & justice, humanitarian law, human rights law, and disarmament with the UN and the International Committee of the Red Cross.

Reshma Devi
Reshma is an experienced Data, Security and Technology Risk specialist.  She has a Masters in Information Technology and loves anything that involves Data. With over 20 years’ experience in Banking and Financial sector in Australia and New Zealand, Reshma is very passionate about Data Security and emerging data challenges. Reshma is the Diversity Director for ISACA Melbourne. She is also the Ambassador for ISACA’s SheLeadsTech and previous Coordinator for SheLeadsTech Melbourne. Reshma is the Women in Leadership Program Lead at Australian Women in Security Network (AWSN) and the AWSN Chapter Lead for Melbourne.
Reshma was the finalist in Women in Security Awards in 2020 for People’s Choice Award in IT Security, and was also nominated for Best Student Security Leader, AWSN Award for 2020, Australia’s most outstanding Women in Protective Security/Resilience and The One to Watch. In 2021, she has been nominated for the Best Volunteer for Women in Security Awards. Reshma supports women transitioning between careers and is passionate about helping students with mentoring and guiding careers in Technology and STEM. Her passion has led her into assisting women in leadership roles and working on many women led initiatives.

Date:  Thursday, 25 November 2021 
Time:  12:30pm to 01:30pm
CPE Hours:  1 Hour (ISACA Members only)
Cost:  This webinar is FREE for all.

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