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Matt Grasser shares expertise on productising machine learning during the 3rd EU Supervisory Digital Finance Academy Advanced Training Week 

Cambridge SupTech Labs Co-Head, Matt Grasser, delivered a lecture during the highly anticipated 3rd EU Supervisory Digital Finance Academy Advanced Training Week. The session Matt led focused on agile suptech application design and prototyping, product lifecycle management, and lean procurement mechanisms as it relates to the responsible deployment of artificial intelligence and machine learning in the supervisory space. 

The event, hosted at the prestigious Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies at the European University Institute, engaged participants through its focus on the fundamental principles of artificial intelligence and machine learning. The discussions further delved into the practical implementation of these revolutionary technologies through suptech solutions. Matt Grassers thought-provoking presentation drew upon the pioneering work conducted throughout his career as both a data scientist and an innovation leader, highlighting successes and lessons drawn from the Cambridge SupTech Lab. His emphasis on the Labs exceptional achievements in advancing machine learning from a conceptual model to a fully operational product within public sector agencies garnered significant interest and engagement from both participants and fellow lecturers. This recognition further underscores the real value produced through the Labs unwavering commitment to excellence and continuous innovation. 

 The event successfully brought together a diverse cohort of luminaries and esteemed experts in the field of data science as applied in the context of financial supervision. Participants included professionals from European Supervisory Authorities (ESAs), National Competent Authorities (NCAs), and subject matter specialists from across the European Union. The convergence of brilliant minds fostered dynamic discussions and provided an ideal platform for the exchange of innovative ideas and insights.This comprehensive exploration aimed to strengthen the interconnections among supervisors, data scientists, technologists, policymakers, and other stakeholders. As the event concluded, participants departed with a profound sense of inspiration and eager anticipation, embracing future collaborations and advancements in the ever-evolving landscape of financial supervision. 

        

 

 

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Cambridge SupTech Lab

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Jose Miguel Mestanza Hirakata

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Juliet Ongwae

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Kalliopi Letsiou

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Matt Grasser

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Matt Grasser and Kalliopi Letsiou

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Simone di Castri

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