Webinar
February 5, 2021

Practical Implementation of Ethics and Privacy in Data Pipelines

Practical Implementation of Ethics and Privacy in Data Pipelines

Missed our live session? No worries…you can now access the on-demand recording and watch at your pace.

Agenda

If sensitive data can't be shared, how do we train machine learning? How can you do modern data architectures while placing Ethics and Privacy at the core of your data pipelines? Innovation is impossible without data - and Synthesized has found a new way to share data in a compliant manner. The Synthesized DataOps platform enables data-driven regulated organizations to automate data provisioning for research and development staying compliant with data privacy using AI-curated simulated data streams.

Watch on demand to learn how you can:

  • Safely share data and collaborate to experiment and innovate
  • Generate high volumes of completely new data points above and beyond the original data across a multitude of scenario
  • Identify and remediate biases in data and reduce the reputational risk
  • How Synthesized delivers data privacy by design

Presenters

Nicolai Baldin, Founder and CEO

Nicolai's led our growth from a simple idea 
to a service used by tech companies in the UK, Europe and the US. Nicolai’s responsible for the direction and product strategy of Synthesized. He holds a PhD in Machine Learning from the University of Cambridge.

Rob Taylor, Machine Learning Engineer

Rob has recently completed his PhD in High Energy Physics at Imperial College London, where he worked on developing AI algorithms to search for dark matter in the universe. As part of his PhD, he developed an object-oriented Python framework to process noisy sensor data and implemented signal processing algorithms for downstream analysis. He also created a generative adversarial network architecture in PyTorch to speed up complex simulations and reduce computing requirements.

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