Rajiv Avacharmal

Rajiv Avacharmal

Corporate Vice President | New York Life Insurance

    Rajiv is a senior professional in the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML), boasting over 12 years of progressive experience in model validation, governance, and risk management of quantitative models. His career has been marked by significant contributions to the development, validation, and ethical governance of AI/ML models within the financial sector, particularly focusing on ensuring these models comply with stringent regulatory standards and contribute positively to business and management practices. Rajiv's expertise spans across creating sophisticated AI model risk frameworks and leading governance efforts for AI and generative AI (Gen AI) models, ensuring their compliance, operational integrity, and alignment with business objectives.

    All Sessions by Rajiv Avacharmal

    Day 3 04/25/2024
    1:40 pm - 2:10 pm

    Navigating the Landscape of Responsible AI: Principles, Practices, and Real-World Applications

    <span class="etn-schedule-location"> <span class="firstfocus">ML Safety & Security</span> </span>

    As Artificial Intelligence (AI) becomes increasingly integrated into our daily lives and business, it is imperative that we develop and deploy AI systems responsibly. The rapid advancement of AI technologies presents both immense opportunities and significant challenges, particularly in ensuring that AI systems are ethical, transparent, and accountable. This session will delve into the critical aspects of Responsible AI into the principles, practices, and real-world applications of this essential field. We will begin by exploring the fundamental principles of Responsible AI, including fairness, transparency, accountability, and privacy. These principles serve as the foundation for developing AI systems that are unbiased, explainable, and aligned with societal values. We will discuss the ethical considerations that must be taken into account throughout the AI lifecycle, from data collection and model training to deployment and monitoring. The session will then focus on the practical strategies and tools for implementing Responsible AI. We will cover techniques for mitigating bias in AI models, such as diverse and inclusive datasets, algorithmic fairness metrics, and continuous testing and monitoring. Attendees will learn about the importance of transparency and explainability in AI, and how to incorporate these principles into the design and development of AI systems. We will also address the critical role of governance and regulation in ensuring Responsible AI. This includes discussing the current landscape of AI regulations and guidelines, such as the EU Ethics Guidelines for Trustworthy AI and the IEEE Ethically Aligned Design framework. We will explore how organizations can establish robust governance frameworks that ensure AI systems meet ethical standards and comply with legal requirements.

    Day 3 04/25/2024
    1:40 pm - 2:10 pm

    Navigating the Landscape of Responsible AI: Principles, Practices, and Real-World Applications

    <span class="etn-schedule-location"> <span class="firstfocus">ML Safety & Security</span> </span>

    As Artificial Intelligence (AI) becomes increasingly integrated into our daily lives and business, it is imperative that we develop and deploy AI systems responsibly. The rapid advancement of AI technologies presents both immense opportunities and significant challenges, particularly in ensuring that AI systems are ethical, transparent, and accountable. This session will delve into the critical aspects of Responsible AI into the principles, practices, and real-world applications of this essential field. We will begin by exploring the fundamental principles of Responsible AI, including fairness, transparency, accountability, and privacy. These principles serve as the foundation for developing AI systems that are unbiased, explainable, and aligned with societal values. We will discuss the ethical considerations that must be taken into account throughout the AI lifecycle, from data collection and model training to deployment and monitoring. The session will then focus on the practical strategies and tools for implementing Responsible AI. We will cover techniques for mitigating bias in AI models, such as diverse and inclusive datasets, algorithmic fairness metrics, and continuous testing and monitoring. Attendees will learn about the importance of transparency and explainability in AI, and how to incorporate these principles into the design and development of AI systems. We will also address the critical role of governance and regulation in ensuring Responsible AI. This includes discussing the current landscape of AI regulations and guidelines, such as the EU Ethics Guidelines for Trustworthy AI and the IEEE Ethically Aligned Design framework. We will explore how organizations can establish robust governance frameworks that ensure AI systems meet ethical standards and comply with legal requirements.

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