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Exploring the Future of AI & Big Data

During this year’s AI & Big Data Expo in Amsterdam, we joined up with Audere Communications and the c-suite podcast to talk about AI’s significance now and in the future.

In this first of three episodes, industry leaders share diverse perspectives on navigating the challenges and opportunities presented by AI and big data.

 Knowledge Sharing 

Exploring the Future of AI & Big Data

During this year’s AI & Big Data Expo in Amsterdam, we joined up with Audere Communications and the c-suite podcast to talk about AI’s significance now and in the future.

In this first of three episodes, industry leaders share diverse perspectives on navigating the challenges and opportunities presented by AI and big data.

From unique corporate cultures and innovative approaches to responsible AI governance and international collaborations, these insights offer a comprehensive overview of the evolving landscape in the tech industry.
Photo of Gayle Anders, Netflix, giving an interview to the Exfluency Team
Gayle Anders, Netflix: Navigating Netflix’s Unique Culture

Gayle Anders, Netflix’s business continuity expert, sheds light on the company’s distinctive culture of freedom and responsibility.

He discusses how Netflix’s leadership approach allows employees the freedom to act in the company’s best interest while emphasising the responsibility of owning their decisions.

Anders also delves into the company’s unique approach to feedback and the importance of direct but meaningful communication.

In terms of business continuity, he highlights Netflix’s departure from traditional models, emphasising adaptability to the fast‑paced nature of the industry.

Mahmoud Yassin, Booking.com: Unveiling the Significance of Data Lineage

Mahmoud Yassin explains the concept of data lineage and its critical role in understanding and tracing data within a large organisation.

He emphasises the importance of data lineage in identifying issues within processes and facilitating smooth migrations to the cloud.

Mahmoud discusses the challenges of implementing data lineage within a data-heavy organisation like Booking.com. He suggests a backbone architecture, such as a Data Lake, to support this initiative.

Photo of Mahmoud Yassin, Booking.com, giving an interview to the Exfluency Team
Photo of Mahmoud Yassin, Booking.com, giving an interview to the Exfluency Team
Mahmoud Yassin, Booking.com: Unveiling the Significance of Data Lineage

Mahmoud Yassin explains the concept of data lineage and its critical role in understanding and tracing data within a large organisation.

He emphasises the importance of data lineage in identifying issues within processes and facilitating smooth migrations to the cloud. Mahmoud discusses the challenges of implementing data lineage within a data-heavy organisation like Booking.com and suggests a backbone architecture, such as a Data Lake, to support this initiative.

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Jaromir Dzialo, Exfluency: Embracing Hybrid Intelligence

Jaromir Dzialo explains the concept of hybrid intelligence as a blend of human and artificial intelligence.

He discusses the need for a community-driven approach to validate data, creating a symbiotic relationship between machine and human.

Jaromir explores the potential benefits of tailored AI models and how Exfluency aims to address challenges by engaging with companies to understand and implement AI responsibly.

Sabiha Majumder,
ABN AMRO Bank N.V.: Tackling Bias and Ethics in AI

Sabiha Majumder provides insights from a panel discussion on scaling AI ethically across organisations.

She discusses the challenges of balancing accuracy and explainability in AI models, emphasising the importance of addressing biases stemming from historical data.

Sabiha highlights the role of diverse datasets and diverse data science teams in mitigating bias and stresses the need for careful consideration in developing AI systems.

Photo of Sabiha Majumder, ABN AMRO Bank N.V., giving an interview to the Exfluency Team
Photo of Sabiha Majumder, ABN AMRO Bank N.V., giving an interview to the Exfluency Team
Sabiha Majumder,
ABN AMRO Bank N.V.:
Tackling Bias and Ethics in AI

Sabiha Majumder provides insights from a panel discussion on scaling AI ethically across organisations.

She discusses the challenges of balancing accuracy and explainability in AI models, emphasising the importance of addressing biases stemming from historical data.

Sabiha highlights the role of diverse datasets and diverse data science teams in mitigating bias and stresses the need for careful consideration in developing AI systems.

Photo of Michael Charles Borrelli, AI & Partners, giving an interview to the Exfluency Team
Michael Charles Borrelli, AI & Partners: Navigating the Regulatory Landscape

Michael Charles Borrelli shares perspectives on the EU AI Act and its risk-based approach to regulating AI.

He emphasises the need for companies to align with evolving regulations, considering the scale, nature, and complexity of their operations.

Michael underscores the importance of responsible AI governance and adaptation to the changing landscape of AI regulations.

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Joris Krijger, de Volksbank: Responsible AI in Banking

Joris Krijger discusses the transformative potential of AI in the banking sector. He emphasises the need for responsible AI development aligned with human values to avoid biases in credit scoring and mortgage approval.

Joris elaborates on the importance of ethical AI governance, outlining De Volksbank’s approach to embedding ethics into their AI systems.

Photo of Joris Krijger, de Volksbank, giving an interview to the Exfluency Team
Photo of Joris Krijger, de Volksbank, giving an interview to the Exfluency Team
Joris Krijger, de Volksbank: Responsible AI in Banking

Joris Krijger discusses the transformative potential of AI in the banking sector. He emphasises the need for responsible AI development aligned with human values to avoid biases in credit scoring and mortgage approval.

Joris elaborates on the importance of ethical AI governance, outlining De Volksbank’s approach to embedding ethics into their AI systems.

Photo of Fatima Asad-Said, Abacus Consulting, giving an interview to the Exfluency Team
Fatima Asad-Said,
Abacus Consulting:
Pakistan’s Rise as a Tech Hub

Fatima Asad-Said explores Pakistan’s emergence as a technology hub, attributing its success to a young and talented population.

She highlights the government’s commitment to supporting the tech industry and fostering international collaborations.

Fatima emphasises the importance of technology in overcoming economic challenges and positioning Pakistan as a global player in the tech space.

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