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AI in Action Dublin February 2020

February 5 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Come join us at the 22nd & first AI in Action Dublin Meetup of 2020 which is due to take place on Wednesday 5 February at the Dublin Chamber of Commerce.

This is the best opportunity to meet & network with like-minded individuals in the Data Science and AI community in Ireland, as well as learn from more great speakers on all things AI and Data Science.


1. Laura Alvarez Jubete & Andreea-Roxana Miu, Data Scientists at Accenture The Dock.

Title: Measuring Algorithmic Fairness.

Accenture’s Algorithmic Fairness Tool allows the measurement and correction of potential bias in automated decision-making. Working with structured data and binary classification models the tool is a user-centric solution built to easily integrate with real data, providing real value to the data science teams by allowing them to explore assess and mitigate for potential bias.

In their presentation, Laura and Andreea will give you more detail about this work, and they will focus on some of the key gaps between academia and industry that exist in this emerging area, as well as innovative solutions to overcome them.

2. Jack Fitzsimons, Principal Data Scientist at ElectroRoute.

Title: Creating general solutions to machine learning challenges.

3. Stefano Braghin, Technical Lead at IBM

Title: Next Generation Data Privacy Management


Online Registration will close at 5pm on the day of the meetup.
Please make sure you sign in upon arrival.

If you can no longer make it, please RSVP “No” to allow someone else to join.

If interested in sponsoring our meetups, speaking at the future meetup or have ideas for future topics/speakers, please email [masked]


February 5
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm


Dublin Chamber of Commerce
7 Clare St
Dublin 2, ie
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