Session Outline

COVID 19 has accelerated the extraordinary opportunities AI brings to people, organizations, and society. While at the same time, this digital acceleration has also amplified the ethical and societal risks that can emerge in the use of AI (such as privacy intrusion, discrimination, and social exclusion). Regulators are enacting new legislation and the consequences for organizations who breach AI requirements are costly. Anna Felländer will explain how organizations can use Sustainable AI to address and avoid these costly legal, financial, and reputational risks.

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Speaker Bio

Anna Felländer – Founder | AI Sustainability Center

Anna Felländer is the founder of the AI Sustainability Center. She is one of Sweden’s leading experts on the effects of digitalization on organizations, society, and the economy, and has published a number of reports on the subject, including topics such as e-commerce, FinTech, the sharing economy, and the role of AI in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. Most recently, Anna was the Chief Economist and Digital Economist at Swedbank. Prior to that, she worked within the Swedish government for ten years, both at the ministry of Finance and the Prime Minister’s office.  She has been a Senior Advisor to the Minister of Digitalization, Affiliated Faculty at the Royal Institute of Technology, as well as a Board member at AI startups. Anna holds a Master’s degree in Macroeconomics from Stockholm School of Economics.

October 14 @ 12:00
12:00 — 12:20 (20′)

Day 1 | M1 | Applied Innovation & AI Transformation Stage

Anna Felländer – Founder | AI Sustainability Center