If real life was a superhero movie, we’d have all the ingredients needed for a hero’s rescue. So many “AI” algorithms are being applied to EU education, employment, and public safety systems that you might wonder if the TV series “Black Mirror” is fiction or a blueprint for nefarious actors. Luckily, there are codes to keep dystopia at bay, whether from the fictional Justice League or from real-life courts of justice. This talk discusses both, and is aimed at software engineers, architects, designers, testers and product/project managers who want to slow the Automation of Everything, but don’t know how.
Dodging AI Dystopia: you can't save the world alone
About the keynoter
Dr. Nakeema Stefflbauer is a digital product executive with expertise in early-stage ideation, test, and development. Her digital transformation iexperience s paired with a focus on algorithmic explainability, equity, and fairness. Dr. Stefflbauer is the founder and CEO of FrauenLoop in Berlin and, both privately and as part of the Atomico angel programme, she advises and invests in startups building innovative, sustainable tech solutions.
Dr. Stefflbauer holds MA and PhD degrees from Harvard University, a BA from Brown University, and an executive MBA from the disruptive Quantic School of Business and Technology. Her accomplishments includes delivery of software in the context of eLearning, enterprise resource planning (ERP), eCommerce, fintech and insurtech in the United States, Canada, and Germany.