With borders so sharply front of mind as we envisage reconnection, combined with the wave of strong emotion surrounding monitoring, is it time for AI and Digital Identity to take a step up?
It is clear that our current systems and processes require some new capabilities, smart technology, innovation and enablement. AI and Digital Identity can play key roles in taking border protection to the next level, whether they be borders around our home networks, banking, business or our physical borders. Join our domain experts to discuss the opportunities and challenges faced when we want to apply technology to help build safer futures.
Together, we will be exploring the threats highlighted by COVID-19; from the physical threats based at our country borders, through to the digital scams and cyber attacks that have faced us on our digital frontiers and our homes. We will explore some of the tools, techniques and AI/Data Science methods that could pave a way to more proactive and dynamic defense, while balancing privacy and consent.
Joining us will be panelists from the Joint Border Analytics Team (Customs, MPI and Immigration), Visa, EY Law and Microsoft.
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