IF (Identity First) 2022, united the world’s leading experts to analyze and discuss the crucial role accountability and digital trust play in building a better and more equitable future – for everyone.
This event offered keynote appearances from Timnit Gebru and James Comey, as well as lively panel featuring speakers from Standard Chartered, City Group, Mastercard and Ping An.
The economic value of digital trust with Zia Hayat
We talk about the value of digital trust – but what does that really mean?
Watch Callsign co-founder and CEO Zia Hayat’s opening keynote, where he unveiled the startling results in a report commissioned by Callsign – that a one percentage point increase in digital trust can equate to a $596 rise in GDP, per capita. Read more about our Digital Trust Index here.
Establishing trust and accountability across banking and payments with Standard Chartered, City Group, Mastercard and Ping An
What does the future of digital trust look like? And what roles will banks and financial institutions play?
In our banking and industry panel, Lord Jim O’Neill explored just those questions, along with Judy Hsu, CEO Consumer, Private and Business Banking, Standard Chartered; Stuart Riley, Global Head ICG Technology and ICG Digital Institutional Clients Group, Citi; Carlos Menendez, President, Global Commercialization Office, Mastercard; and Jonathan Larsen, Chief Innovation Officer, Ping An Group.
Exploring the social and structural problems within AI technologies with Dr. Timnit Gebru
As AI shifts from the realm of science fiction to an everyday reality, how can we ensure that it’s ethical?
That’s just one of the questions that groundbreaking computer scientist Dr. Timnit Gebru asked in her academia keynote that considers how we ensure that digital trust is built into artificial intelligence.