Steven Ghoussain

Lead Data Scientist Careem
Steve is the team lead for platform integrity where they use AI for fraud detection and prevention. Prior to joining Careem, he worked on a range of AI-driven solutions for e-commerce, as well as applied research in Natural Language Processing.

Conference Day One: Tuesday, 24 November 2020

Wednesday, June 17th, 2020

2:30 PM

  • Preventing retail and bank fraud using fraud detection innovations.
  • Helping payment-processing companies detect and manage fraud using predictive analytics
  • Natural language processing – are we there yet?

3:30 PM AI MATURITY PANEL DISCUSSION: HOW FAR ALONG IS YOUR ORGANISATION IN ADOPTING AND IMPLEMENTING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE?

According to Forbes, when it comes to AI adoption, Middle Eastern companies are on pace with their global counterparts. Majority of companies in the Middle East are in the “Piloting” or “Released” stage. More than half (62%) of Middle Eastern executives believe AI is emerging rapidly in their industry. Almost the same number (60%) agreed that their company has identified AI as a key enabler of future success, in-line with their global colleagues. Executives in the Middle East look to AI as just one part of their digital transformation, and slightly more than half see themselves as being only at the start of executing on that plan.

This session will discuss on the different stages of the AI maturity curve, based on the below stages:
  • ADVANCED: AI is actively contributing to many processes in the company and is enabling quite advanced tasks
  • RELEASED: AI is put to active use in one or a few processes in the company, but still quite selectively, and/or not enabling very advanced tasks
  • PILOTING: AI is put to active use, but still only in early stage pilots
  • PLANNED: AI is being planned, but not yet put to active use, not even in early stage pilots
  • NONE: Not yet thinking about AI
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