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Webinar

AI Act in banking

Wed 12 Jun 2024
Online
45 mins
For Data, AI, Risk & Compliance experts

Join us for an educative webinar focused on understanding AI regulation in banking! This session will explain the complexities of the AI Act proposed by the European Commission in 2021 and its impact on financial institutions.

You will find the answer to:
Learn why the AI Act matters for banks and how it identifies high-risk AI systems. Discover which of your AI systems may be at risk and why it's important to know.
Explore practical steps to ensure compliance with the AI Act for your AI systems. We'll discuss using open-source libraries and managing AI systems without protected attributes.
Understand how AI Act compliance fits into your bank's risk management strategy. Discover the roles of compliance and risk management teams in navigating AI regulation effectively.

Industry & Academic Partners

Meet the Speakers

We have provided a combination of speakers who can explain the topic from all angles

Jakub Mareček
Tenured Faculty Member

Jakub received his bachelor and masters degrees from Masaryk University, in Brno, the Czech Republic, and his Ph.D. degree from the University of Nottingham, Nottingham, U.K., in 2006, 2009, and 2012, respectively. He has worked in two start-ups, at ARM Ltd., at the University of Edinburgh, at the University of Toronto, at IBM Research -- Ireland, and at the University of California, Los Angeles. He is currently a faculty member at the Czech Technical University in Prague, the Czech Republic. He coordinates humancompatible.org, a project funded by the European Commission to develop human-compatible AI with guarantees.

Czech Technical University in Prague, Czechia
Maria Psalla
Senior Legal Advisor & GDPR Expert

Maria is an attorney with over two decades of experience, specializing in personal data law and the evolving landscape of AI. She serves as a substitute member of the Hellenic Data Protection Authority Collegial Body and provides legal counsel to the Hellenic Accreditation System. Maria has actively participated in numerous European and national research projects within her field of expertise. Additionally, she has served as a legal advisor to various Greek governmental ministries, including Ministry of Development, Competitiveness and Transport and Communications, and has consulted for the World Bank. Her contributions extend to legislative committees, where she has played a pivotal role in crafting laws and regulations. With a focus on GDPR compliance, particularly within the healthcare sector, Maria holds certification as a Data Protection Officer from the Athens Association Bar. Additionally, she is an Accredited Mediator and Assessor of Quality

Faculty of Law, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Adéla Popovič
Compliance Manager & Moderator

Adela is a seasoned Compliance Manager at Dateio, boasting eight years of invaluable experience in navigating the intricacies of data management and AI utilization for processing within the banking sector. With a deep understanding of the company's transaction data landscape and the challenges faced by financial institutions as data owners, Adela will moderate discussions on the AI Act, ensuring compliance perspectives are comprehensively explored.

Dateio, Czechia

Meet the Agenda

Don't miss this opportunity to gain clarity on AI regulation in banking and learn how to ensure compliance in your institution.

Introduction

The Importance of the AI Act for Financial Institutions and overview of High-Risk AI Systems in Banking

Exceptions

Detail insights on open-source, Material-influence, Prudential-purposes and fraud detection exeptions

Compliance Strategies

AI compliance needs, using open-source libraries, handling compliance without protected attributes, and more step by step.

Q&A Session

Sharing best practices and finding answers to your questions

AI Act at a glance

The EU AI Act represents a significant milestone in the regulation of artificial intelligence within the European Union. By setting clear rules and standards, it aims to promote the responsible development and deployment of AI technologies while safeguarding fundamental rights and values.

On his webinar, we will explore the EU AI Act in more detail. You will learn why theAI Act matters for banks, how it defines high-risk AI systems or how AI Act compliance fits into your bank’s risk management strategy.

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