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About the Webinar
As businesses start to scale the use of AI as a transformative power to innovate and be more efficient, they have to manage the risks that come from it. Specifically, when dealing with sensitive customer data and in regulated industries, governance is a mandatory aspect of operations. However, as AI becomes more prevalent, there are new gaps that need to be addressed in governing the lifecycle of data as well as the models trained on that data. At the same time, governance processes should not impede the iterative nature of Data Science experiments that help build and operate AI applications. Join IBM to hear why AI governance is becoming increasingly important in today’s age, from governing for control to governing for efficiency and outcomes.
About the Speaker
North America Business Unit Executive, IBM DataOps and Data Science
Scott Buckles is currently the North America Business Unit Executive for IBM’s DataOps and Data Science solutions. Scott has over 20 years of industry experience as a developer, consultant, and sales executive in numerous technology areas and industries. His focus remains on helping customers achieve their business goals by leveraging technology, process optimization, and people within an organization. Scott’s passion for customers and technology has helped deliver results from the early e-commerce days to today’s burgeoning world of advanced analytics and artificial intelligence. In his current role, Scott is responsible for sales and customer satisfaction in North America, where he leads a team of sales specialists and subject matter experts. Scott and his team have a deep focus on helping customers transform their raw data into business-ready data that drives more revenue, competitively differentiates themselves, reduces costs, and ensures compliance. In addition, Scott helps companies glean insights from all their data, no matter where it resides, and engage with AI to transform their business. Scott lives in Columbus, Ohio, with his family. He spends his spare time coaching his boys, golfing, skiing, and playing hockey.