Privacy-Enhancing Technology Summit EU Agenda

Tuesday, 28 Feb, 2023
08:50 - 08:55
08:55 - 09:15
09:15 - 10:00

Privacy- enhancing technologies have been demonstrated as technically effective- but that is not enough. Their implementation requires resource allocation, both in terms of acquiring the technology and subsequently monitoring it.

  • Establishing how PETs can deliver additional business value through unlocking previously inaccessible data
  • Practical first-hand examples successfully identifying relevant use cases, establishing proof of concept and seeing tangible return upon implementation
  • Learning how to quantifiably measure that return over time and assess the need for potential amendments or new areas of application

Author:

Taejoon Park

Managing Director
LG Technology Ventures

Taejoon is Managing Director at LG Technology Ventures, the corporate VC arm of LG Group. Taejoon’s investment interest includes AI, privacy enhancing technologies, data, and deep tech. Prior to joining LG Technology Ventures, Taejoon spent the previous seven years at Applied Ventures, the venture capital arm of Applied Materials, a leading semiconductor equipment company. Taejoon’s investments include Duality Technologies, DataFleets (acquired by LiveRamp), Moloco, DMO Systems (acquired by Applied Materials), and Digital Specialty Chemicals (acquired by Entegris), among others. Taejoon holds an MBA from the Haas School of Business, University of California Berkeley.

Taejoon Park

Managing Director
LG Technology Ventures

Taejoon is Managing Director at LG Technology Ventures, the corporate VC arm of LG Group. Taejoon’s investment interest includes AI, privacy enhancing technologies, data, and deep tech. Prior to joining LG Technology Ventures, Taejoon spent the previous seven years at Applied Ventures, the venture capital arm of Applied Materials, a leading semiconductor equipment company. Taejoon’s investments include Duality Technologies, DataFleets (acquired by LiveRamp), Moloco, DMO Systems (acquired by Applied Materials), and Digital Specialty Chemicals (acquired by Entegris), among others. Taejoon holds an MBA from the Haas School of Business, University of California Berkeley.

Author:

Sofiane Hemici

Head of Strategic Programs
SVP - Banque Raiffeisen

Over the last 16 years, Sofiane combined international entrepreneurial experiences and a diverse career at General Electric with global leadership roles in tech, consulting and operations.

He advised Fintech in South East Asia in the area of mobile payments and consumer lending in scaling operations, improving efficiency and customer experience.

In 2020, He joined Banque Raiffeisen and is currently leading strategic programs: core banking modernization, payments and regulatory compliance.

Sofiane has a passion for strategy + execution, designing digital enabled operating model & value creation and building high performing /complementary teams.

Sofiane Hemici

Head of Strategic Programs
SVP - Banque Raiffeisen

Over the last 16 years, Sofiane combined international entrepreneurial experiences and a diverse career at General Electric with global leadership roles in tech, consulting and operations.

He advised Fintech in South East Asia in the area of mobile payments and consumer lending in scaling operations, improving efficiency and customer experience.

In 2020, He joined Banque Raiffeisen and is currently leading strategic programs: core banking modernization, payments and regulatory compliance.

Sofiane has a passion for strategy + execution, designing digital enabled operating model & value creation and building high performing /complementary teams.

Author:

Robin Smith

Head, Cyber and Information Security
Aston Martin

Robin Smith

Head, Cyber and Information Security
Aston Martin

Author:

Nick New

Founder
Optalysys

Founded Optalysys in 2013 with twenty years experience in Fourier optical processing, having previously spun Cambridge Correlators Ltd. out of the University of Cambridge from technology developed during PhD in Optical Pattern Recognition.

Nick New

Founder
Optalysys

Founded Optalysys in 2013 with twenty years experience in Fourier optical processing, having previously spun Cambridge Correlators Ltd. out of the University of Cambridge from technology developed during PhD in Optical Pattern Recognition.

10:00- 10:25

Data as an Asset - Enhancing Opportunities and Growth by sharing Data while preserving security and privacy in highly regulated markets

Author:

Dr. Walden “Wally” Rhines

President & CEO
Cornami

WALDEN C. RHINES is President & CEO of Cornami. He is also CEO Emeritus of Mentor, a Siemens business, focusing on external communications and customer relations. He was previously CEO of Mentor Graphics for 23 years and Chairman of the Board for 17 years. During his tenure at Mentor, revenue nearly quadrupled and market value of the company increased 10X.

Prior to joining Mentor Graphics, Dr. Rhines was Executive Vice President, Semiconductor Group, responsible for TI’s worldwide semiconductor business. During his 21 years at TI, he was President of the Data Systems Group and held numerous other semiconductor executive management positions.

Dr. Rhines has served on the boards of Cirrus Logic, QORVO, TriQuint Semiconductor, Global Logic and as Chairman of the Electronic Design Automation Consortium (five two-year terms) and is currently a director. He is also a board member of the Semiconductor Research Corporation and First Growth Children & Family Charities. He is a Lifetime Fellow of the IEEE and has served on the Board of Trustees of Lewis and Clark College, the National Advisory Board of the University of Michigan and Industrial Committees advising Stanford University and the University of Florida.

Dr. Rhines holds a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering from the University of Michigan, a Master of Science and PhD in materials science and engineering from Stanford University, a master of Business Administration from Southern Methodist University and Honorary Doctor of Technology degrees from the University of Florida and Nottingham Trent University.

Dr. Walden “Wally” Rhines

President & CEO
Cornami

WALDEN C. RHINES is President & CEO of Cornami. He is also CEO Emeritus of Mentor, a Siemens business, focusing on external communications and customer relations. He was previously CEO of Mentor Graphics for 23 years and Chairman of the Board for 17 years. During his tenure at Mentor, revenue nearly quadrupled and market value of the company increased 10X.

Prior to joining Mentor Graphics, Dr. Rhines was Executive Vice President, Semiconductor Group, responsible for TI’s worldwide semiconductor business. During his 21 years at TI, he was President of the Data Systems Group and held numerous other semiconductor executive management positions.

Dr. Rhines has served on the boards of Cirrus Logic, QORVO, TriQuint Semiconductor, Global Logic and as Chairman of the Electronic Design Automation Consortium (five two-year terms) and is currently a director. He is also a board member of the Semiconductor Research Corporation and First Growth Children & Family Charities. He is a Lifetime Fellow of the IEEE and has served on the Board of Trustees of Lewis and Clark College, the National Advisory Board of the University of Michigan and Industrial Committees advising Stanford University and the University of Florida.

Dr. Rhines holds a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering from the University of Michigan, a Master of Science and PhD in materials science and engineering from Stanford University, a master of Business Administration from Southern Methodist University and Honorary Doctor of Technology degrees from the University of Florida and Nottingham Trent University.

10:25 - 10:55
10:55 - 11:40

Restrictions on data usage and transfer vary significantly across the globe. Notable examples such as GDPR and CCPA garner headlines, but as efforts to regulate privacy proliferate globally organisations must adhere to an ever more fragmented series of rules. Could PETs help solve that challenge?

  • Determining what cross-border PET implementation looks like in practice
  • Understanding the regulatory perspective on PETs as a tool to build compliance for data in transit and use across borders
  • Understanding the necessary considerations to be made when forming both internal cross-border data sharing practices and external data sharing initiatives

Author:

Shashi Gowda

CEO
Devr

Shashi Gowda is CEO and co-founder of Devr and a member of its board of directors.  A seasoned technology leader and entrepreneur, Shashi brings over 20 years of experience in the telecommunications, big data and emerging tech industries.

 

Devr provides tools for enterprises to design and orchestrate data privacy, enabling rich open ecosystems for data monetization with continuous compliance.

 

Shashi champions advances in digital transformation, data privacy and continuous compliance using emerging technologies such as Blockchain and AI.  He is passionate about bringing technologies into highly regulated industries which enable them to innovate with data, in an era of growing privacy concerns, regulatory complexity, and high costs of non-compliance.

 

Before founding Devr, Shashi was CTO of Virtual Control and supported the sale of its AI and ML solutions to Agilent Technologies.  Prior to that, Shashi held various technology design and leadership roles, at both corporates and at early-stage companies, and has worked across Asia, Europe, and the US.

 

Shashi earned his bachelor’s degree in bio-medical engineering from Boston University.

Shashi Gowda

CEO
Devr

Shashi Gowda is CEO and co-founder of Devr and a member of its board of directors.  A seasoned technology leader and entrepreneur, Shashi brings over 20 years of experience in the telecommunications, big data and emerging tech industries.

 

Devr provides tools for enterprises to design and orchestrate data privacy, enabling rich open ecosystems for data monetization with continuous compliance.

 

Shashi champions advances in digital transformation, data privacy and continuous compliance using emerging technologies such as Blockchain and AI.  He is passionate about bringing technologies into highly regulated industries which enable them to innovate with data, in an era of growing privacy concerns, regulatory complexity, and high costs of non-compliance.

 

Before founding Devr, Shashi was CTO of Virtual Control and supported the sale of its AI and ML solutions to Agilent Technologies.  Prior to that, Shashi held various technology design and leadership roles, at both corporates and at early-stage companies, and has worked across Asia, Europe, and the US.

 

Shashi earned his bachelor’s degree in bio-medical engineering from Boston University.

Author:

Odvar Bjerkolt

Principal Lawyer- Data & Digital Transformation
BT

Odvar Bjerkolt

Principal Lawyer- Data & Digital Transformation
BT

Author:

Jared Browne

Group Head of Data Privacy
Fexco

Jared Browne

Group Head of Data Privacy
Fexco

Author:

Sarah Leathwood

Assistant General Counsel, Data Privacy and Cybersecurity
Haleon Health

Sarah Leathwood

Assistant General Counsel, Data Privacy and Cybersecurity
Haleon Health
11:40 - 12:25

With a litany of technologies available, it is not enough to just identify potential use cases- it is vital to then apply the right technology or combination of technologies to the build a solution. This panel will discuss how to achieve the right mix and which challenges will be encountered along the way.

  • Collaborating with data science teams to ensure the technology delivers as promised and is stress tested in a variety of situations
  • Understanding what vendor offerings look like and effectively determining which potential provider is most appropriate
  • Discussing who needs to know what when it comes to the technical capability of PETs vs their business potential.
Moderator

Author:

Ryan Lasmaili

Co-Founder & CEO
Vaultree

Ryan Lasmaili, Co-Founder & CEO (Ryan will be hosting the roundtable most likely)
Ryan has since childhood been fascinated by technology breakthroughs from space travel to EnviroTech, and in the last 12 years he has been involved with technology startups developing solutions to major problems. Ryan’s background is in financial mathematics with a passion for astrophysics and economics, having also worked in corporate environments in roles ranging from project manager to senior analyst, reporting to executives in listed multinationals. Ryan is always looking for ways to improve and apply his out of the box thinking to solving major cybersecurity problems with his biggest undertaking to date solving today’s and tomorrow’s data encryption & protection challenges.

 

Ryan Lasmaili

Co-Founder & CEO
Vaultree

Ryan Lasmaili, Co-Founder & CEO (Ryan will be hosting the roundtable most likely)
Ryan has since childhood been fascinated by technology breakthroughs from space travel to EnviroTech, and in the last 12 years he has been involved with technology startups developing solutions to major problems. Ryan’s background is in financial mathematics with a passion for astrophysics and economics, having also worked in corporate environments in roles ranging from project manager to senior analyst, reporting to executives in listed multinationals. Ryan is always looking for ways to improve and apply his out of the box thinking to solving major cybersecurity problems with his biggest undertaking to date solving today’s and tomorrow’s data encryption & protection challenges.

 

Author:

James Robson

Data Protection Officer
What Works for Children's Social Care

James Robson

Data Protection Officer
What Works for Children's Social Care

Author:

Dr. Siniša Matetić

Head of Technology & Portfolio Development
Swiss Post

Siniša Matetić is Head of Technology & Portfolio Development at Swiss Post and a Dozent/Program Coordinator for the CAS and DAS programs in Cyber Security at ETH Zürich. Siniša’s main focus is on a variety of topics in the field of Digital Trust.

Siniša originally comes from Split, Croatia and holds a Master of Science degree in Information and Communication Technology from the University of Zagreb, and a Master of Science degree in Security and Mobile Computing from Aalto University in Finland and Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU).

Previously, he worked as a management consultant at Kearney focusing on business topics in the related IT fields. After that, he joined ETH Zürich where he obtained a PhD degree on the topic of Information Security with the focus on Trusted Execution Environments, Blockchain technologies, Integrity protection and Distributed systems.

Prior to joining Swiss Post and coming back to ETH to run the continuing education programs in Cyber Security, Siniša worked for SwissSign Group AG focusing on designing secure systems in the space of electronic identities and trust services.

Dr. Siniša Matetić

Head of Technology & Portfolio Development
Swiss Post

Siniša Matetić is Head of Technology & Portfolio Development at Swiss Post and a Dozent/Program Coordinator for the CAS and DAS programs in Cyber Security at ETH Zürich. Siniša’s main focus is on a variety of topics in the field of Digital Trust.

Siniša originally comes from Split, Croatia and holds a Master of Science degree in Information and Communication Technology from the University of Zagreb, and a Master of Science degree in Security and Mobile Computing from Aalto University in Finland and Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU).

Previously, he worked as a management consultant at Kearney focusing on business topics in the related IT fields. After that, he joined ETH Zürich where he obtained a PhD degree on the topic of Information Security with the focus on Trusted Execution Environments, Blockchain technologies, Integrity protection and Distributed systems.

Prior to joining Swiss Post and coming back to ETH to run the continuing education programs in Cyber Security, Siniša worked for SwissSign Group AG focusing on designing secure systems in the space of electronic identities and trust services.

Author:

Nigel Smart

Professor
KU Leuven

Smart received a BSc degree in mathematics from the University of Reading in 1989 and his PhD degree from the University of Kent at Canterbury in 1992. Smart proceeded to work as a research fellow at the University of Kent, the Erasmus University Rotterdam, and Cardiff University until 1995. From 1995 to 1997, he was a lecturer at the University of Kent, and then spent three years at Hewlett-Packard from 1997 to 2000. From 2000 to 2017 he was at the University of Bristol, where he founded the cryptology research group. From 2018 he has been based in the COSIC group at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven.

Smart held a Royal Society Wolfson Merit Award (2008-2013), and two ERC Advanced Grant (2011-2016 and 2016-2021). He was a director of the International Association for Cryptologic Research (2012-2014), and was elected Vice President for the period 2014-2016. In 2016 he was named as a Fellow of the IACR.

Smart carries out research on a wide variety of topics in cryptography. Smart is known for his work in elliptic curve cryptography. He has also worked on pairing-based cryptography contributing a number of algorithms such as the SK-KEM and the Ate-pairing. His work with Gentry and Halevi on performing the first large calculation using Fully Homomorphic Encryption won the IBM Pat Goldberg Best Paper Award for 2012. In the last decade he has worked on making secure multiparty computation practical.

In addition to his three years at HP Laboratories, Smart was a founder of the startup Identum, which was bought by Trend Micro in 2008. In 2013 he formed, with Yehuda Lindell, Unbound Security, a company deploying products based on multi-party computations. He is also the co-founder, along with Kenny Paterson, of the Real World Cryptography conference series.

Nigel Smart

Professor
KU Leuven

Smart received a BSc degree in mathematics from the University of Reading in 1989 and his PhD degree from the University of Kent at Canterbury in 1992. Smart proceeded to work as a research fellow at the University of Kent, the Erasmus University Rotterdam, and Cardiff University until 1995. From 1995 to 1997, he was a lecturer at the University of Kent, and then spent three years at Hewlett-Packard from 1997 to 2000. From 2000 to 2017 he was at the University of Bristol, where he founded the cryptology research group. From 2018 he has been based in the COSIC group at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven.

Smart held a Royal Society Wolfson Merit Award (2008-2013), and two ERC Advanced Grant (2011-2016 and 2016-2021). He was a director of the International Association for Cryptologic Research (2012-2014), and was elected Vice President for the period 2014-2016. In 2016 he was named as a Fellow of the IACR.

Smart carries out research on a wide variety of topics in cryptography. Smart is known for his work in elliptic curve cryptography. He has also worked on pairing-based cryptography contributing a number of algorithms such as the SK-KEM and the Ate-pairing. His work with Gentry and Halevi on performing the first large calculation using Fully Homomorphic Encryption won the IBM Pat Goldberg Best Paper Award for 2012. In the last decade he has worked on making secure multiparty computation practical.

In addition to his three years at HP Laboratories, Smart was a founder of the startup Identum, which was bought by Trend Micro in 2008. In 2013 he formed, with Yehuda Lindell, Unbound Security, a company deploying products based on multi-party computations. He is also the co-founder, along with Kenny Paterson, of the Real World Cryptography conference series.

12:25 - 13:25
13:25 - 13:50
13:50 - 14:35

Understandably, privacy-enhancing technologies are often viewed exclusively as a privacy tool. This panel will discuss whether this is too narrow an assessment that fails to account for the role PETs can play in both the development and maintenance of an agile and innovative data strategy.

  • Bridging the perceived divide between privacy and data teams
  • Assessing whether PETs can be used as a foundational tool for a variety of different purposes
  • PETs as a means to achieve data protection by design and default

Author:

Dr. Walden “Wally” Rhines

President & CEO
Cornami

WALDEN C. RHINES is President & CEO of Cornami. He is also CEO Emeritus of Mentor, a Siemens business, focusing on external communications and customer relations. He was previously CEO of Mentor Graphics for 23 years and Chairman of the Board for 17 years. During his tenure at Mentor, revenue nearly quadrupled and market value of the company increased 10X.

Prior to joining Mentor Graphics, Dr. Rhines was Executive Vice President, Semiconductor Group, responsible for TI’s worldwide semiconductor business. During his 21 years at TI, he was President of the Data Systems Group and held numerous other semiconductor executive management positions.

Dr. Rhines has served on the boards of Cirrus Logic, QORVO, TriQuint Semiconductor, Global Logic and as Chairman of the Electronic Design Automation Consortium (five two-year terms) and is currently a director. He is also a board member of the Semiconductor Research Corporation and First Growth Children & Family Charities. He is a Lifetime Fellow of the IEEE and has served on the Board of Trustees of Lewis and Clark College, the National Advisory Board of the University of Michigan and Industrial Committees advising Stanford University and the University of Florida.

Dr. Rhines holds a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering from the University of Michigan, a Master of Science and PhD in materials science and engineering from Stanford University, a master of Business Administration from Southern Methodist University and Honorary Doctor of Technology degrees from the University of Florida and Nottingham Trent University.

Dr. Walden “Wally” Rhines

President & CEO
Cornami

WALDEN C. RHINES is President & CEO of Cornami. He is also CEO Emeritus of Mentor, a Siemens business, focusing on external communications and customer relations. He was previously CEO of Mentor Graphics for 23 years and Chairman of the Board for 17 years. During his tenure at Mentor, revenue nearly quadrupled and market value of the company increased 10X.

Prior to joining Mentor Graphics, Dr. Rhines was Executive Vice President, Semiconductor Group, responsible for TI’s worldwide semiconductor business. During his 21 years at TI, he was President of the Data Systems Group and held numerous other semiconductor executive management positions.

Dr. Rhines has served on the boards of Cirrus Logic, QORVO, TriQuint Semiconductor, Global Logic and as Chairman of the Electronic Design Automation Consortium (five two-year terms) and is currently a director. He is also a board member of the Semiconductor Research Corporation and First Growth Children & Family Charities. He is a Lifetime Fellow of the IEEE and has served on the Board of Trustees of Lewis and Clark College, the National Advisory Board of the University of Michigan and Industrial Committees advising Stanford University and the University of Florida.

Dr. Rhines holds a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering from the University of Michigan, a Master of Science and PhD in materials science and engineering from Stanford University, a master of Business Administration from Southern Methodist University and Honorary Doctor of Technology degrees from the University of Florida and Nottingham Trent University.

Author:

Marc Marrero

Privacy Manager
Copper.Co

Marc Marrero

Privacy Manager
Copper.Co

Author:

Joanne Biggadike

Head of Data Governance
Hastings Direct

Joanne Biggadike

Head of Data Governance
Hastings Direct
14:35 - 15:00
15:00 - 15:30
15:30 - 15:55
15:55 - 16:20

Author:

Bilal Husein

Data Analyst
Roche

Doing science, selling science.

Go-to expert within Roche Pharmaceuticals when in need for inspiration on data solutions for real problems.

I bring a touch of marketing to the pragmatic field of data science - then put together teams of scientists, analysts & engineers to deliver products.

I believe in making data science self-service on the long run.

Bilal Husein

Data Analyst
Roche

Doing science, selling science.

Go-to expert within Roche Pharmaceuticals when in need for inspiration on data solutions for real problems.

I bring a touch of marketing to the pragmatic field of data science - then put together teams of scientists, analysts & engineers to deliver products.

I believe in making data science self-service on the long run.

16:20 - 16:45
16:45 - 17:20
Wednesday, 1 Mar, 2023
08:50 - 09:00
09:00 - 09:45

One of the key capabilities of PETs provide is the ability to anonymise data, allowing for that data to be shared internally and externally in full compliance without risk of breach. This panel will focus on the subsequent benefits and practical steps for implementation.

  • Retaining data utility and quality after anonymisation
  • The implications of pseudonymised vs anonymised data
  • Building the infrastructure required for internal and external data sharing initiatives

Author:

Joerg Steinhaus

Head of Data Privacy
Gothaer Insurances

Joerg Steinhaus

Head of Data Privacy
Gothaer Insurances

Author:

Elli Papageorgiou

Senior Counsel, Privacy and Data Protection
Mastercard

Elli is a privacy and data protection professional working in the technology and payments industry, with a strong academic background. She has been advising on various privacy topics including biometric authentication, digital identity, data analytics and anonymization. Currently working with Mastercard's Data and Services business unit providing privacy by design advice on innovative data solutions. Admitted to practice law in New York and Athens, Greece.

Elli Papageorgiou

Senior Counsel, Privacy and Data Protection
Mastercard

Elli is a privacy and data protection professional working in the technology and payments industry, with a strong academic background. She has been advising on various privacy topics including biometric authentication, digital identity, data analytics and anonymization. Currently working with Mastercard's Data and Services business unit providing privacy by design advice on innovative data solutions. Admitted to practice law in New York and Athens, Greece.

Author:

Bastiaan Quast

Co-Secretary ITU-WHO Focus Group on AI for Health
ITU

Bastiaan Quast

Co-Secretary ITU-WHO Focus Group on AI for Health
ITU
09:45 - 10:10
10:10 - 10:40
10:40 - 11:25

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning can allow companies to gain greater insights on existing data and explore new ways for that data to then be utilised. PETs can aid this process during development, implementation and monitoring.

  • Synthetic data as a means by which to train AI/ML models- the pros, cons and achieving the best result in practice
  • Utilising AI/ML in conjunction with PETs to help achieve a proactive rather than reactive data stance, giving organisations greater insight to the data they store and how it is used
  • Strengthening the ability of enterprise to comply with various requirements from regulators, customers and internal stakeholders.

Author:

Gero Gunkel

Chief Operating Officer ZCAM
Zurich Insurance Group

Gero Gunkel

Chief Operating Officer ZCAM
Zurich Insurance Group

Author:

Adri Purkayastha

Group Head of AI and Digital Risk Analytics
BNP Paribas

Adri Purkayastha is currently Group Head of AI and Digital Risk Analytics at BNP Paribas S.A. In this role, his span of responsibility includes all Brands and Subsidiaries, across Domestic Markets, International Financial Services and Corporate & Institutional Banking. He focuses on developing, championing, and building an enterprise-wide understanding of AI/ML opportunities and risks, and overseeing end-to-end AI & Analytics governance and operating models. Additionally, he provides strategic and technical counsel on Data strategy and development of AI and Data Science solutions across the entire Group. Earlier in his career at Deloitte, he was the founder and product owner of AI-enabled SaaS solutions and AI & Data Science advisory lead focussed on Financial Services, worked in Forensic Data Analytics at EY and on Marketing Data Science in Pitney Bowes. He comes from a background that includes entrepreneurship, product management, and data science where we founded companies building AI-enabled products for EdTech, and P2P marketplaces.

Adri Purkayastha

Group Head of AI and Digital Risk Analytics
BNP Paribas

Adri Purkayastha is currently Group Head of AI and Digital Risk Analytics at BNP Paribas S.A. In this role, his span of responsibility includes all Brands and Subsidiaries, across Domestic Markets, International Financial Services and Corporate & Institutional Banking. He focuses on developing, championing, and building an enterprise-wide understanding of AI/ML opportunities and risks, and overseeing end-to-end AI & Analytics governance and operating models. Additionally, he provides strategic and technical counsel on Data strategy and development of AI and Data Science solutions across the entire Group. Earlier in his career at Deloitte, he was the founder and product owner of AI-enabled SaaS solutions and AI & Data Science advisory lead focussed on Financial Services, worked in Forensic Data Analytics at EY and on Marketing Data Science in Pitney Bowes. He comes from a background that includes entrepreneurship, product management, and data science where we founded companies building AI-enabled products for EdTech, and P2P marketplaces.

Author:

Emmanuel Olivares

Principal Researcher- AI and Data Science
Fujitsu Research

Emmanuel Olivares

Principal Researcher- AI and Data Science
Fujitsu Research
11:25 - 11:50
11:50 - 12:15
12:15 - 13:00
13:00 - 14:00
13:00 - 13:45

Roundtable 1  -   Diveplane + Cantellus Group

Roundtable 2  -   OECD

Roundtable 3  -   Secretarium

13:45 - 14:00
14:00 - 14:45

Roundtable 1  - Syntheticus

Roundtable 2

Roundtable 3  - Vaultree

14:45 - 15:00
15:00 - 15:45

Roundtable 1 - Anjuna

Roundtable 2 - CDEI + ICO 

Roundtable 3

15:45 - 16:00

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