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Ray Walshe

Asst Professor and Director of European Observatory for ICT Standards (EUOS)
Dublin City University
Participates in 1 Session

Ray is Senior Researcher in the ADAPT Research Centre in Dublin City University (DCU), IRELAND. He began his career in industry as a software engineer, software consultant and project manager with LM Ericsson, Software and Systems Engineering Limited and Siemens. Joining the School of Computing DCU in 1995 he delivers AI, IoT and Data Governancemodules on Undergraduate, Masters, and PhD Programme and is current (2021) Chair of the Graduate Diploma in Web Technologies. Ray is also Chair of Big Data Value AssociationStandards Task Force, Chair of Network Development @ Gender Responsive Standards at the United NationsEconomic Committee for Europe, Chair of the External AdvisoryBoard of, Chair of the Foresight Committee for EUOS, a Research Partner in and Co-Lead on ELITE-S Fellowship Programmefor Emerging Technologies Standardization ( Ray has been a Digital Leader with World Economic Forumsince 2016 and was appointed to the IEEE European Public Policy Committeeon ICT in 2019 as the AI WG Lead for IEEE EPPC. Ray was also appointed in 2020 to the OECD Network of Experts (ONE AI), Member of Dublin City University Governing Authority (2023), Member BDVA Board of Directors, Vice Presidnet of European Academy for Standardisation


JTC1 SC42 Lead Editor 20547-3 Big Data Reference Architecture, Editor 20547-1, 20547-2, 20547-5

National Standards Authority of Ireland - Member of ISO/IEC JTC 1 Mirror (ICTSCC)

JTC1 SC41 IoT and Digital Twin (National Mirror Chair, Head of Delegation))

JTC1 AG15 Standards and Regulation (SC42 Liaison)

JTC1 SC42 Liaison to European Commissions

JTC1 SC40 WG1 IT Governance (Convernor)

Sessions in which Ray Walshe participates

Wednesday 1 September, 2021

Time Zone: (GMT+01:00) Brussels
4:30 PM
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM | 1 hour

Between smart machines, at the low end, and artificial systems with own legal or even ethical status, at the high end - that is where Artificial Intelligence is being placed in the public discourse.There is much of uncertainty about chances and constraints, opportunities and limitation - but common sense of the large potential of industrial AI.To get the most out of it, good balance of high expectations and subtle concerns is worthwhile. This comes down to the trustworthiness...