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Founder and CEO of BABL AI to kick-off inaugural D.C. conference on AI

Founder and CEO of BABL AI to kick-off inaugural D.C. conference on AI

The Founder and CEO of BABL AI will be speaking at the inaugural National Conference on AI Law, Ethics and Compliance this fall. Founder Shea Brown will be speaking at a pre-conference workshop at 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 30 in the DC Bar Association at 901 4th St. NW, Washington D.C. The workshop is called “Level Setting” – The Fundamentals of AI, Algorithmic Decision-Making, Testing and How They All Work: The Essentials of ChatGPT, Bard and More Tools for Non-IT Professionals.

Several topics will be covered during the in-person only workshop, which is the first event of the inaugural conference. Brown will talk with attendees about the lengths and limits of AI-tools, as well as their associated risks and rewards. Brown will demystify and clarify several topics, including bias, responsible use, safety, deep learning and other key concepts. Attendees will also understand what is and isn’t AI and algorithmic decision-making vs. machine learning and data analytics. 

The workshop’s goal is to make sure attendees will gain a valuable blueprint towards laying the groundwork for their work after the conference and understand the responsible use of AI tools. Attendees will take away key regulations and compliance frameworks with respect to AI. Through the knowledge provided by Brown, attendees will be able to address privacy issues involved with AI, including the protection of sensitive data and client information. More information about Brown’s workshop, as well as tickets, can be found here.

The conference will last through Wednesday, Nov. 1 in D.C. Representatives from several facets of the U.S. government, as well as industries and companies, will be giving speeches and running workshops throughout the four-day conference. There will also be several breaks throughout the day so that attendees can network. For more information about the inaugural conference, click here. 

If you’re unable to attend, but have questions about how AI laws and AI Audits could affect your company, reach out to BABL AI and one of their Audit Experts can help.