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2021 ModelOps Summit

April 15, 2021 | 10:00 am (ET)

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ModelOps, the practice of operationalizing AI and ML models, is a rapidly evolving area as enterprises increase their use of AI models for decision-making. The growth in this area has brought new ways of working and new tools that are changing how companies responsibly manage and use AI. New technical, organizational and business challenges continue to surface—such as preventing model deterioration, enforcing compliance and risk controls, retaining the reproducibility and traceability needed for audits, and measuring ROI and revenue contribution.

Join your peers, colleagues, and industry leaders on Thursday, April 15 @ 10:00 am (ET), for the first virtual ModelOps Summit, where we will delve into ModelOps practices and technology trends and the increasing challenges around model operations, governance, and risk.

The 2021 ModelOps Summit will feature a packed half-day of panel discussions and presentations from business and technology experts. You won’t want to miss the opportunity to get inspired, connect with experts and peers! 

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Exclusive Attendees

Join the brightest ModelOps leaders in North America & Europe

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Experts & Insights

Join sessions where the brightest ModelOps minds will share exclusive insights 

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A truly interactive conversation with the best of your peers

Here's what your peers think about our virtual events

  • "An insightful experience. Useful to see and hear how others are dealing with the same business challenges that we have to handle. IBM insight was good and helps to understand the market"

    Andreas Francois Vermeulen, Head of Analytics, Digital Consultancy Services, Sopra-Steria

  • "The variety of backgrounds of the panellists and attendees made for a really interesting discussion. Time flew by and we could've continued for hours"

    Di Mayze, Global Head of Data & AI, WPP

  • "The entire event was excellent. Thank-you for hosting"

    Tracey O'Neill, Head of Analytics & Insights, Morgan McKinley

  • "A well-constructed and content-rich virtual alternative to a real conference"

    Neil Taylor, VP, Data Strategy, Mastercard

  • "Great opportunity to learn about emerging technologies and practical implementation strategies"

    Dave Mason, Chief Data Officer, Thales

  • "A great event to be a part of - thanks for including me!"

    Lisa Allen, Head of Data Analytics, Ordnance Survey

 

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2021 ModelOps Summit
Agenda: Live on Thursday, April 15, 2021

 

9.50 am (EST)

Sign in & Welcome
We ask that you log into the secure meeting platform ahead of the 10:00 am kick-off to ensure you have a secure connection and are ready to go!

 

10:00 am - 10:45 am (EST)

Opening Keynote
Erick Brethenoux, VP Analyst and AI Research Agenda Lead, Gartner

 

10:45 am - 11:30am (EST)

Panel Discussion: "State of ModelOps" 
Moderated by: Catherine King, Director, Business of Data, Corinium
Meenakshi Thanikachalam, Head of Data Strategy & Architecture, Ally Financial
Kathryn Zhao, Global Head of Electronic Trading, Cantor Fitzgerald
Deb Grace, CVP, Operations, Center for Data Science & Artificial Intelligence, New York Life Insurance Co
Jodie Blomberg, Senior Managing Director, Enterprise Data Science, Charles Schwab
Skip McCormick, Data Science Fellow, BNY Mellon
Jean-Luc Chatelain, Global Chief Technology Officer - Applied Intelligence, Accenture
Ursula Cottone, CDAO, Huntington Bank

ModelOps is a new and evolving area. Corinium in partnership with ModelOp recently completed the first State of ModelOps survey. Learn about the results, including the big challenges, trends, and strategic directions. A panel of AI and business leaders will provide insights into the key issues as well as recommendations for AI success.

 

11:30 am - 12:15 pm (EST)

Panel Discussion: AI Governance and Risk
Moderated by: Stu Bailey, Co-Founder and Chief Enterprise AI Architect, ModelOp
Jacob Kosoff, Head of Model Risk Management and Validation, SVP, Regions Bank
Jerry Lavish, Managing Director - Risk Analytics, KPMG

Josh Elliot, Co-founder & VP of Operations, Modzy
Bradley (Brad) Seadler, Director of Model Validation, KeyCorp
Lourenco Miranda, Managing Director, Head of Model Risk Americas, Societe Generale

Risk Management (MRM) teams have new considerations with the adoption of AI and AI models specifically.  The lack of transparency and automated decision-making that are inherent with AI models is creating new risks and forcing new guidelines that must be addressed.  Hear from, and engage with, a panel of financial and banking risk management experts on the latest AI governance and risk issues.

 

12:15 pm - 1:00 pm (EST)

New Insights: Why traditional model monitoring isn't good enough
Moderated by: Dave Trier, VP of Product, ModelOp
Anthony Sepci, Partner - Risk Analytics, KPMG
Brian Clark, Technology Risk Senior Manager, EY
Jacob Kosoff, Head of Model Risk Management and Validation, SVP, Regions Bank
Glenn Fung, Chief Machine Learning Research Scientist, AI & Machine Learning Research & innovation Director, American Family Insurance
John Shaw, AI/ML Executive, Amazon Web Services

Models aren’t new; they have been around for decades.  But what is new is AI models.  Unlike models of the past, AI models operate like a “black box” putting more pressure on business leaders, IT leaders ad Risk Managers to find new methods to ensure risk control, auditable model operations processes and reliable AI decision-making.  Learn how you can achieve this with ModelOps software solutions.

 

1:00 pm - 1:30 pm (EST)

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FAQs

Will I be pitched a product or a service?

In a word, no! That is not the purpose of our Virtual Events. The event may be hosted by global technology specialists, however, they are carefully selected to partner to ensure conversations are industry-leading and that participants are not being subjected to a 2-hour pitch. 

Is it closed-door?

This virtual event is a closed-door event, allowing senior executives to remain open when discussing their business challenges.

What do I need to be able to join a Virtual Event?

You will need to have access to a good internet connection, a webcam and a good quality audio system. We recommend the use of a headset to allow good quality sound and mic. We also recommend that you participate in a quiet environment to allow for limited background noise.

Ahead of the event itself, you will have the chance to demo the platform with our Producer so you can see what it's like and work through and technical questions you may have. 

Who else will be there?

All our events are designed for a senior executive audience so you will be joined by senior peers.

Will we be able to ask questions during the session?

Absolutely! We love it when our participants take the reins and ask their own questions within the event. You are welcome to submit them ahead of time or feel free to raise them during the event!

Can we provide feedback to help drive improvements for future sessions?

YES! We love receiving feedback on all our events and always send out a feedback survey post-event which we invite all participants to complete.

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