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12:00-1:00 pm ET
Can AdTech Close the Sale? Using AI in Marketing and Advertising
Sales are the lifeblood of any business in a capitalist society, and advertisements drive sales. How does AI make advertising more effective? And with AdTech AI systems ingesting massive amounts of personal data, advertisers can delve into consumers’ personal lives. This panel will cover the opportunities and privacy challenges of AdTech AI systems and how advertisers can minimize their risks.
Peter McLaughlin, Partner, Culhane Meadows [Moderator]
Mauricio Paez, Partner, Jones Day
Noga Rosenthal, Chief Privacy Officer and General Counsel, Ampersand
Dominique Shelton Leipzig, Partner and Co-Chair, Ad Tech Privacy & Data Management, Perkins Coie LLP
1:15-2:15 pm ET
You Can’t Make This Stuff Up: AI and Robotics in Manufacturing
AI holds the promise of revolutionizing manufacturing processes by ferreting out manufacturing defects, predicting product and machine failures, predicting system failures, improving and speeding product design processes, modeling product behavior, managing supply chains, and improving operational efficiency and effectiveness. For decades, industrial robots have made the factory floor safer and more efficient. This panel will cover occupational safety and compliance, procurement, risk management, data protection, and governance of AI systems and robots used for manufacturing.
Hogene L. Choi, Partner & Practice Group Co-Chair - Patent Prosecution Baker Botts [Moderator]
Jeffrey Jones, Partner, Jones Day
Manish Mehta, Director of Open Innovation, Stanley Black & Decker
Christopher Lubeck, Senior Director, Head of Patents and Open Source, ServiceNow
2:30-3:30 pm ET
Show Me the Money: Insuring Robots and AI Systems
Accidents, biased outcomes, and data breaches will occur hand-in-hand with the deployment of AI systems and robots. Insurance will play a vital role in managing the risks associated with developing, selling, purchasing, and operating AI systems and robots. This panel will explore the current position of the insurance industry in providing insurance coverage regarding AI and robotics suppliers and operators, the nature of available coverage, the use of captive insurance companies, coverage issues, and tips on obtaining effective coverage and managing the underwriting processes so businesses can obtain the insurance they need.
Laura Foggan, Partner, Crowell & Moring LP [Moderator]
John Buchanan, Senior Counsel, Covington & Burling LLP
Kevin P. Kalinich, Global Collaboration Leader, Intangible Assets, Aon Commercial Risk Solutions