Artificial Intelligence (AI) is one of the most influential technologies that will disrupt organisations and redefine competition. While significant breakthroughs are making headlines, some organisations struggle to realise the potential of AI and scale AI projects successfully. Organisations are challenged by legal and technological uncertainties and a general lack of trust in AI.
Consensus of international AI standardisation and upcoming regulation is that testing of the finished AI System is not sufficient. Organisations must augment their processes to measure, assess and reliably quantify quality metrics, such as robustness, accuracy, and controllability throughout the entire life cycle.
Whether you are a provider or user of AI, as a stakeholder you will have formal responsibilities to meet AI quality requirements. In this sharing session we will introduce you to key concepts of AI quality and required updates to quality management processes to handle AI:
- Sources of AI risks and challenges for quality assurance
- Approach of regulators and standardization bodies to tackle AI
- Roles and responsibilities for providers and users of AI technology and data
- Overview of qualitative and quantitative AI Quality requirements
Join us for an insightful sharing session and panel discussion with notable industry leaders on how to approach AI responsibly.
3.30 pm Registration
4.00 pm Welcome Remarks & Housekeeping by EuroCham
4.05 pm Opening Remarks by Dr Antonio Feraco, Chair of EuroCham Digital Economy Committee
4.10 pm Speaker Presentations
– Dr Andreas Hauser, CEO Digital Service, TÜV SÜD Asia Pacific
4.30 pm Moderated Panel Discussion and Q&A by Mr Janesh Janardhanan (YCP Solidiance)
– Dr Andreas Hauser, CEO Digital Service, TÜV SÜD Asia Pacific
– Ms Virginia Chan – Head of Digitalisation, ASEAN, Siemens Healthineers
5.00 pm Closing Remarks by Dr Antonio Feraco, Chair of EuroCham Digital Economy Committee
5.05 pm Networking and Refreshments
5.30 pm End of Event
Speaker and Panellist
Dr Andreas Hauser
CEO, Digital Service
TÜV SÜD Asia Pacific
Throughout his whole career, Dr Andeas Hauser has been dedicated to the development of new products and services and the establishment of new business areas. Following roles as Scientist at the University of Heidelberg, Research Engineer and Program Manager at Siemens, he established new businesses in water and sustainable sanitation at TÜV SÜD. He then initiated and built up Digital Service, a key unit in TÜV SÜD´s digitalisation strategy. As the CEO Digital Service, he is driving innovation in the fields of Industry 4.0, Smart Inspection, Autonomous Driving and Artificial Intelligence.
He holds Engineering Degrees in Shipbuilding and Computer Engineering, and a PhD in Applied Mathematics.
Flagship projects comprise the development of ISO 30500 and ISO 31800 for sustainable sanitation, the Smart Industry Readiness Index for industrial transformation, the Green Compass for sustainable transformation, and the ArtificialIntelligence quality framework.
Ms Virginia Chan
Head of Digitalization, ASEAN
Virginia Chan is the Head of Digitalization, ASEAN at Siemens Healthineers, and Chair of the Digital Health Chapter of Asia Regulatory Professional Association. Virginia’s career spans over a 20-year journey in the high technology and healthcare industries across regional and global leadership capacities.
As Head of Digitalization in Siemens Healthineers, Virginia spearheads digital transformation and partnership with private and public healthcare institutions across ASEAN, with a smart hospital eco-system, nationwide healthcare information exchange, utilizing telehealth, remote monitoring, AI, IoT, and blockchain to support clinical decision support, to achieve predictive, preventive and precision medicine, improve quality and access of healthcare.
Prior to Siemens Healthineers, Virginia was the Head of Digital Transformation in Life Sciences Industries, APAC at Siemens Digital Industries Software, leading industry 4.0 for biopharma and medical devices industries. As the expert of International Medical Devices School and co-founder of the China division, she spearheaded Digital Health Alliance and supported the “future medical city” project with the government, regulators, medical devices companies, research institutions and investors to transform the quality and access of healthcare.
Mr Janesh Janardhanan
Janesh manages large projects for Fortune 500 in various sectors such as logistics, aerospace, defense, security, environment & building technologies.
His expertise lies mostly in market entry, growth strategy, industry and competitive benchmarking, and commercial problems diagnostics. He has advised public sector & private sector clients on growth strategies & roadmaps. He has advised clients from Japan, S. Korea, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, India, UAE, Saudi Arabia, UK and USA.
Prior to YCP Solidiance, Janesh led the Supply Chain & Logistics as well as the Aerospace, Defense & Security practices of Frost & Sullivan.
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