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Daniel Liebau & Michael Weinberg Discuss the Ethical Use of Machine Learning in Financial Markets - Myth or Miracle?
Industry experts have divergent views on our topic: Some say that machines will never behave ethically - even human experts fail to do so. Others suggest the only chance for financial markets to become more ethical are intelligent machines.

Our discussion will focus on the ethical use of AI released by financial services regulators can be operationalized to help industry professionals and executive teams alike think about opportunities, risks as well as required actions to strive ethically in our data-driven world.

Presentation will last approximately 45 minutes followed by 15 minutes for Q&A. Session will be recorded, and the recording link will be sent to those who have registered for the webinar.

Oct 2, 2020 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Daniel Liebau
Founding Director @Lightbulb Capital
Daniel (Dan) is the founder of Singapore based Lightbulb Capital. The firm was founded in 2014 in Hong Kong to help realize the potential of innovation and emerging technologies to transform financial services. Today the company focuses on advisory work for fintech and blockchain startups and Innovation education programs for corporates and universities. Dan is appointed affiliate faculty of Singapore Management University. In addition, he is a lecturer at Rotterdam School of Management's Executive Education arm in Erasmus University. Dan is also working towards his PhD within the Finance department of Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, where he researches blockchain and AI, and its effects on financial markets. Previously he graduated with a Master of Science in Innovation from Singapore Management University and holds a Master in Finance from IE business school in Madrid, Spain.
Michael Oliver Weinberg
Managing Director, Head of Hedge Funds and Alternative Alpha @APG | Asset Management US Inc
For 25 years Michael has invested at the security level and as an asset allocator in traditional and alternative asset classes. He is a Managing Director, Head of Hedge Funds and Alternative Alpha, and on the Investment Committee at APG. Previously he was the Chief Investment Officer at MOV37 and Protege Partners. Michael is an Adjunct Professor of Economics and Finance at Columbia Business School teaching Institutional Investing. Michael is a board member of AIMA and on the management advisory council for the Michael Price Student Investment Fund and Special Advisor to The Tokyo University of Science’s Endowment. Michael is a former co-founder of Project Punch Card, and The Artificial Intelligence in Finance Institute. He is a member of The Economic Club of New York. Michael is a published author, having written for The New York Times, Institutional Investor and investment books. He has been interviewed by the Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, CNBC, Bloomberg and Reuter
Bill Kelly
CEO @CAIA Association
William (Bill) J. Kelly is the CEO of the CAIA Association. Bill has been a frequent industry speaker, writer, and commentator on alternative investment topics around the world since taking the leadership role at the CAIA Association in January, 2014. Previously, Bill was the CEO of Boston Partners and one of seven founding partners of the predecessor firm, Boston Partners Asset Management which, prior to a majority interest being sold to Robeco Group in Rotterdam in 2002, was an employee-owned firm. Bill’s career in the institutional asset management space spans over 30 years where he gained extensive managerial experience through successive CFO, COO and CEO roles. In addition to his current role, Bill is a tireless advocate for shareholder protection and investor education and is currently the Chairman and lead independent director for the Boston Partners Trust Company.