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Online – Artificial Intelligence and Analytics Symposium

June 24 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm


Jeff Yabuki9:00 am – Keynote Address

Optimizing Value at the Intersection of Data and Advanced Technology

Jeff Yabuki, Chairman, Motive Partners and former Chairman & CEO of Fiserv

Leaders are faced with a rapidly changing business world with decision complexity increasing alongside one of the most dynamic macro-environments seen in many decades. The rise of computing power and innovation has created equal parts opportunity and challenge for all types of institutions including business, government education and non-profit. Those who can grasp the power of rapid, high-quality decisions will have a significant edge over their peers. Join us for a discussion on some of the practical applications of AI, automation and the ways in which to harness that power to advance the mission of your organizations.

9:50 am: Academic Panel

Algorithmic Decision Making

Dr. Antino Kim, Indiana University
Dr. Scott Schanke, Lubar School of Business, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Dr. Mochen Yang, University of Minnesota
Dr. Mark Srite, Lubar School of Business, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (moderator)

10:40 am – 10:50 am: Break

De Liu10:50 am – Keynote Address

AI, Gamification, and Future of Work

Dr. De Liu, Xian Dong Eric Jing Professor of Information and Decision Sciences, Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota

Advances in machine learning and big data have accelerated to the extent that AI can pose as human beings realistically (e.g., Chatbots) and augment our reality on the fly (e.g., Augmented-Reality glasses). These advances open a host of reality-bending applications but also raise new concerns about algorithmic exploitations. In this talk, Dr. Liu will highlight that our thinking around AI can be informed by research on games and gamification, which has provided insights into what makes an artificial system — namely games and gamified activities — attractive and what dangers it may pose to human beings’ welfares. Drawing on existing research on gamification, AI, and augmented reality, he will explore how AI can help make work (and other “serious” activities such as learning and exercise) become more engaging and productive and discuss challenges in designing responsible AI.

11:50 am: Industry Panel

AI & Analytics in Practice

Steven Lueck, Senior VP of Data Management, Associated Bank
Guy Russ, VP of Innovation and Data, Church Mutual Insurance Company
Brett Young-Moxon, VP of Product at Image Mover
Dr. Scott Schanke, Lubar School of Business, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (moderator)




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June 24
9:00 am - 1:00 pm