In this institute you will be introduced to artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) and learn about their practical applications in both trade facilitation and trade enforcement. You will examine AI explainability and concerns related to AI and ML deployment. Accessible to learners with or without a technical background, this institute will equip managers or future managers with the knowledge and skills required to be a principled consumer and designer of AI and ML systems. Practical group exercises will support and enhance your learning.
Upon successful completion of this institute you will be able to:
Peter Swartz is co-founder and chief science officer at Altana AI. Altana’s mission is to power a new era of globalization defined by Trusted Networks, which span and connect governments, businesses, and civil society to shape a more resilient, secure, inclusive, and sustainable world. Peter has spoken on global trade, supply chains, and machine learning at the World Trade Organization, the World Customs Organization, the US Court of International Trade, the National Academies of Medicine, and the O’Reilly and Wolfram conferences. He holds a number of patents in machine learning and global trade. Peter completed his undergraduate and graduate education at Yale, MIT, and the Federal Polytechnic of Lausanne (EPFL), with a focus on engineering, statistical methods, and global trade.
This institute is required to complete the following stream: