ModelOps is the practice of operationalizing AI and advanced analytics models. As the prevalence of AI solutions has grown rapidly in small and large enterprises alike and will continue to expand in 2022 and beyond, ModelOps is quickly becoming a critical business capability.
AI proliferation is creating significant challenges for enterprise AI practices around preventing model deterioration, enforcing compliance and risk controls, retaining the reproducibility and traceability needed for audits, and measuring ROI and revenue contribution. As a result, businesses investing in AI are at risk of falling before the final hurdle and wasting their investments on AI systems.
So, the question is, how do you optimize your enterprise’s governance and scaling of AI? The answer: ModelOps!
Join your peers, colleagues, industry and thought leaders, as well as experts in business and technology on Thursday, April 28 at 10 am ET (3 pm GMT), for the second annual virtual ModelOps Summit. Together, we will dive deep into ModelOps best practices and trends for the future, exploring the challenges at the forefront of AI and ML operations, governance, and risk.
Claim your place today to benchmark your company’s ModelOps strategy, prepare for the future, network, share learnings, and be inspired.
"Gratitude to each of the contributors and panelist for making this session really valuable and not to forget all the participants with their key questionnaires which gave more perspective in the discussion"
"As this is something not yet fully practiced or widely used in terms of framework in conjunction with Data Ops and Dev Ops, it does provide a clear and concise message on why this is vital for organizations to consider ML OPS/AI OPS into practice."
"The oversight provided clearly covers some of the key areas where models needs to be looked at a holistic level with regards to Risk, Regulatory and Compliance"
"It was helpful to hear perspectives from so many leaders in this field"
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Sign in & Welcome
|10:00 am - 10:45 am (EST)||
|10:45 am - 11:30am (EST)||
Panel Discussion: "State of ModelOps"
ModelOps is a new and evolving area. Corinium in partnership with ModelOp recently completed the second 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: Model Risk Industrialization
The growth in AI adoption is accompanied with a parallel growth in regulations targeted at minimizing the risk inherent in AI. Many financial institutions have risk management processes and teams; however the processes are typically manual and require highly trained model validators, which are in short supply. Because of this, Model Risk teams are unable to keep pace with the growing number of new models, in conjunction with the substantial backlog of existing model validations, re-validations, and annual reviews.
This panel will provide real life experiences about how to solve this growing pain.
|12:15 pm - 1:00 pm (EST)||
Panel Discussion: "Executive Visibility for AI"
Enterprises have invested $10’s of M’s in AI/ML over the past few years with the promise of transformational change. Now, the Board and C-Level directors are holding executives accountable to clearly showcase the return on these investments, answering questions such as:
This panel will discuss how to gain a 360-view of the state and status of all models across the enterprise. How to have a single source of truth across the organization to respond to the above questions.
|1:00 pm - 1:30 pm (EST)||
AI Orchestration: How to productionalize your AI programs, and protect them from multi-million dollar operational and regulatory risks
Models aren’t new; they have been around for decades. But what is new is that new AI/ML models Are being used to make decisions autonomously within 24x7 mission critical processes across a variety of technologies and environments, on prem , cloud, and at the edge,
|1:30 pm - 2:00 pm (EST)||
Meet the Speakers!
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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