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HUAAS Brownbag Lunch – AI Powered Lunch with Charles Crouspeyre and Jenny Chong
August 30, 2019 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm SMTFree
Join Accenture’s Artificial Intelligence Lead and Managing Partner of Knightingale Consulting for lunch.
It will be a small gathering to ask questions about AI and machine learning. How might it impact your industry or society as a whole? Come with curious minds and lots of questions in this intimate setting.
Lunch graciously provided by Accenture. Seats are extremely limited and open to HUAAS members only. No guests please. RSVP by 5pm on 29 August.
#35-00 Raffles City Tower, 250 North Bridge Rd, 179101
About Charles Crouspeyre
Charles has 12 years of experience in the AI field where he has successfully implemented Machine Learning solutions across multiple industries: Homeland Security & Military, Fintech, Advertisement… Charles has been living in South East Asia for the last 7 years where he has created 2 startups (one focused on predictive maintenance for the Oil & Gas industry – in Singapore and Indonesia, one on fraud detection and credit scoring for unbanked populations – in Singapore and the Philippines). Prior to joining Accenture, he was leading the Innovation Centre of a multinational Advertisement company. He now leads the Artificial Intelligence practice for Accenture in ASEAN, helping companies from various industries in their Digital and AI transformation.
About Jenny Chong
Jenny Chong is the Managing Partner of Knightingale Consulting, providing consultancy services on innovative solutions for Big Data, Machine Learning, and eComms Surveillance in the FinTech and RegTech space. She graduated from the London School of Economics with a BSc in Maths and Economics, and MSc in Information Systems Development.
Prior to this, she was with Credit Suisse London for 20 years, working her way up as an Equities graduate trainee to her last role as the global head of electronic communications surveillance. During that time, she worked across Client Relationship Management, Infrastructure Technology, Engineering, Application Development, Program Management, Big Data and AI.
In her last role, she was product owner of Credit Suisse’s strategic eCommunications Surveillance platform. The award-winning platform performs analytics on electronic communications and unstructured data to detect potential malicious and market abuse behaviour. It leverages natural language processing and deep learning to cognitively learn human context; identify patterns to create behavioural models; and detect anomalous signals. This platform has won numerous awards, such as the Financial Times WealthTech Award for “Best Private Bank Globally for Big Data & AI”; and the British Computer Society competition for demonstrating “Progress Towards Machine Intelligence”. She has been invited to present on the platform’s innovative use of AI at global conferences.
Jenny is actively involved in various initiatives to promote STEM in schools, and gender diversity in financial services. She most recently won the 2019 Tech Star award at the “Women in Banking and Finance Annual Awards for Achievement”.