Unlock The Power of AI In RISK Management

Human Tech meets AI

May 16, 2024 | 12:30-14:30 CET

HYBRID: On-line & In-Place

Join us for a groundbreaking conference exploring artificial intelligence’s revolutionary impact on risk management strategies. 

Gain a competitive edge in the AI era by learning from pioneering experts, researchers, and industry leaders harnessing AI’s potential to create innovative solutions that minimize threats and enhance organizational resilience.


✅ Learn from leading experts in AI-driven risk management

Explore real-world case studies showcasing the application of AI in compliance, business continuity, and navigating turbulent times

✅ Discover the opportunities offered by automation, analytics, and machine learning in strategic risk planning

✅ Engage in interactive discussions and networking sessions with technology experts and innovators

✅ Position yourself and your organization at the cutting edge of the AI revolution in risk management


David Rubens

The Institute of Strategic Risk Management

Dr. Rubens is a true trailblazer in the field, with a PhD in security and risk management and a wealth of experience in consulting with governments and leading organizations worldwide.

As the Executive Director of The Institute of Strategic Risk Management (ISRM) and a Professor at the Ukraine Global Faculty, David Rubens brings a unique blend of academic prowess and real-world expertise. His relentless drive and passion for pushing boundaries have led him to guide cutting-edge programs at prestigious institutions such as the United Nations University and the Berlin School of Economics and Law.


Andrew Tollinton

Will risk management drive AI adoption?

While most enterprises counter inflation and low growth by cutting expenditures, one budget has grown significantly over the last year: AI. However, what this means for society is uncertain.

In the seventeenth century, Thomas Hobbes proposed that the primary purpose of government is to provide its citizens with a secure society. Hobbes’ elevation of security above all else perhaps gives us an insight into where AI adoption will be the greatest. In this thought-provoking presentation, I’ll explore one vision of how AI will impact security and risk management in the next few years, drawing from my experience of introducing AI to risk management functions.

We will explore the question: Is human motivation a guide to AI adoption? By examining the parallels between Hobbes’ philosophy and the driving forces behind AI implementation, we can gain valuable insights into the future of risk management.

Furthermore, we will address the potential risks in AI mediating man, as the increasing reliance on AI systems raises concerns about the consequences of delegating decision-making to machines.

To effectively communicate AI’s value to clients, I will introduce the three promises of AI and how they can revolutionize risk management practices. However, we must also confront the issue of bias in risk management and explore strategies to mitigate its impact.

Urszula Jessen

Venturing into Monte Carlo: Exploring the Risks and Opportunities of Generative AI in Risk Management

This keynote delves into the profound integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in risk management, marking a significant shift from conventional methods to cutting-edge AI-driven techniques. The discussion begins with a review of established risk management practices, such as Monte Carlo simulations, which have long been essential for quantifying risks and uncertainties in various sectors. The conversation then broadens to include other AI-driven methodologies, like predictive analytics, machine learning algorithms for pattern recognition in large datasets, and neural networks that simulate potential outcomes to assist in decision-making processes.
The narrative progresses to the transformative capabilities of generative AI, particularly Large Language Models (LLMs), which are enhancing scenario simulations and decision-making processes in fields such as finance, cybersecurity, and healthcare. The session poses critical questions about these models’ ability to redefine risk assessment and explores the potential shape of future AI-driven risk management solutions. It questions whether the role of risk managers will evolve or diminish as AI technologies become more autonomous in the next five years.
Addressing the challenges of generative AI, the presentation delves into critical issues such as algorithmic bias, data hallucination, and the black boxes of AI decision-making. These concerns are crucial for developing trustworthy and ethical AI systems in risk management.
By the end of this session, attendees will have a nuanced understanding of both the opportunities and challenges presented by AI in risk management. Armed with this knowledge, they will be better prepared to navigate this complex domain. The keynote aims to foster
a balanced perspective on how generative AI can shape risk management strategies while underscoring the importance of caution and ethical considerations in the adoption of such technologies.


John Kilmer


John Kilmer, the visionary founder and Chief Strategy Officer of ValiCor US. With over 15 years of experience in the SaaS industry, John is at the forefront of transforming risk management through the power of artificial intelligence and emotional intelligence technology.

ValiCor US is disrupting traditional risk management approaches by leveraging their proprietary Human Emotion Analysis Technology (HEAT). By combining advanced AI and machine learning algorithms, HEAT accurately identifies and analyzes facial expressions, body language, and human emotions in real-time, providing organizations with unparalleled insights into potential risks and threats.

In today’s complex business landscape, understanding and managing emotional intelligence is crucial for effective risk management. ValiCor US’s cutting-edge technology empowers organizations to make data-driven decisions, enhance risk assessment accuracy, and proactively mitigate potential threats.

The applications of ValiCor US’s AI-powered emotional intelligence technology are far-reaching. From revolutionizing the polygraph market and improving insurance underwriting to enhancing corporate espionage detection and providing diagnostic support for PTSD, the potential impact is immense.

Join us as John shares his expertise on integrating AI and emotional intelligence into risk management strategies. Discover how ValiCor US’s innovative approach can help your organization stay ahead of the curve, identify hidden risks, and make informed decisions in an increasingly complex world.

Mads Pærregaard

Human Risk

As the Founder and CEO of Human Risks, Mads aims to revolutionize the industry by making security risk management smarter and more efficient.

With an impressive background that includes leadership roles at Nokas A/S, the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the Danish Army, Mads brings a wealth of experience and expertise. He has served in high-stakes environments such as Afghanistan and Iraq, honing his skills in risk assessment, resource management, and operations planning.

Through Human Risks, Mads and his team are dedicated to providing organizations with the tools and support they need to navigate the complex landscape of security risks. By leveraging innovative technology and data-driven insights, Human Risks empowers security risk professionals to increase productivity, lower costs, and effectively protect their organizations.

Piotr Borkowski

AI Security Foundation

Expert and Manager with 17 years of experience in widely understood cybersecurity. Involved in social projects such as the AntiFraud Association or the CISO #Poland Foundation. 

Participant and leader of many projects of government (CERT.GOV.PL), consulting (Deloitte) and global rank as Executive Director and Head of Red Team Operations & Cybersecurity Testing in one of the biggest global banks. He has also held the role of Board Advisor and external CISO for many companies and organisations, helping to build an entire security system from scratch. Lecturer on security subjects and speaker at various industry conferences in Poland and around the world.


Andrew Tollinton

SIRV Systems Limited

Andrew Tollinton is the dynamic CEO and co-founder of SIRV (, an award-winning software company that empowers businesses to anticipate, manage, and recover from interruptions with unparalleled efficiency. With a remarkable track record in financial and operational risk management, Andrew has honed his skills at renowned organizations such as Harrods, Shell/Bechtel, and News Corp.

As a sought-after speaker on influence and persuasion, Andrew has captivated audiences at prestigious universities and incubators across South East Asia and the UK. From London Business School and University College London to the BBC and beyond, his insights have inspired and enlightened countless professionals. Andrew’s expertise extends further as he serves as the Behavioural Economist and Entrepreneur in Residence at London College of Fashion Business School, shaping the minds of tomorrow’s leaders.

Driven by a passion for making a difference, Andrew dedicates his time and energy to various volunteer roles. He currently serves as the Chair of AI in Risk Management at the Institute of Strategic Risk Management, where he drives innovation and sets new standards. As a member of the London College of Fashion Enterprise Steering Group, he contributes to shaping the future of the fashion industry. Previously, Andrew held esteemed positions as the President of the London Business School Public Speaking Club and Chair of the Institute of Directors, YDF CLB, leaving an indelible mark on these organizations.

With his unparalleled expertise, infectious enthusiasm, and unwavering commitment to excellence, Andrew Tollinton is a true luminary in the world of risk management and entrepreneurship.

Urszula Jessen

ECE Group Services GmbH & Co. KG

Urszula Jessen, a visionary in the field of process mining and its application to risk management. With almost two decades of experience in IT and data management, Urszula brings a wealth of knowledge and practical expertise to the table.

Urszula’s journey in process mining began with her quest to find a technology that could bridge the gap between process optimization and the actual process flows recorded in IT systems. This pursuit led to groundbreaking collaborations and the implementation of over 50 process mining projects across diverse European industries.

In her current role at ECE Group Services, Urszula is pushing the boundaries of risk management by leveraging process mining techniques. By analyzing and optimizing processes, she helps organizations identify potential risks, bottlenecks, and inefficiencies, enabling them to make data-driven decisions and mitigate risks effectively.

Urszula’s research on integrating AI, particularly generative AI and Large Language Models (LLMs), into process mining adds a new dimension to risk management. By harnessing the power of AI, she aims to uncover hidden patterns, predict potential risks, and provide actionable insights for proactive risk mitigation.


Michał Boni

Navigating the Intersection of AI, Society, and Governance

Michał Boni, a renowned media scholar, political scientist, and cultural studies expert. With a focus on the social impact of new technologies, cybersecurity, digitalization, intellectual property, and data protection, Michał brings a unique perspective to the discussion.

Currently serving as a Senior Researcher Associate at the Martens Centre, a think tank in Brussels, Michał’s expertise is highly sought after. He made history as the first minister for digitalization in Central and Eastern Europe, showcasing his commitment to driving technological advancement and understanding its societal implications.

Michał’s contributions to the field are well-documented, with numerous articles and works to his name, including “Artificial Intelligence and Governance: Going Beyond Ethics” published by the Martens Centre.

At SWPS University, Michał leads courses on the impact of new technologies on the contemporary world, the utilization of digital transformation in creating new business models, and the role of artificial intelligence in new models of health and city management. He also conducts an interdisciplinary seminar on the social consequences of new technologies, covering topics such as platform management and data management.

In his session, Michał will delve into the crucial topic of AI Regulations in the EU. As the European Union grapples with the rapid advancements in artificial intelligence, Michał’s insights will provide a comprehensive overview of the current regulatory landscape and the challenges that lie ahead.

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from a leading expert who seamlessly navigates the intersection of AI, society, and governance. Join us as Michał Boni shares his wealth of knowledge and experience, shedding light on the critical issues that will shape the future of AI in the EU.


  • Quality management professionals
  • C-level executives and decision-makers
  • IT professionals and data scientists
  • Researchers and academics in AI and quality management
  • Entrepreneurs and innovators in the field of AI and quality management

Register now and be part of the conversation shaping the future of risk management in the era of artificial intelligence!

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Alojzy Z. Nowak

His Magnificence Rector of the University of Warsaw

Hans-Jacob Bonnier

Chairman Of The Board @ Swedish-Polish Chamber of Commerce | The Founder of Puls Biznesu and Verslo Zinios

Jerry Ralowski

Executive Vice Chairman Of The Board @ Swedish-Polish Chamber of Commerce


Gabriela Grotkowska

Dean of the Faculty of Economic Sciences University of Warsaw

Lord Toby Harris

F.ISRM, President of the ISRM

Grzegorz Karasiewicz

Dean of the Faculty of Management at University of Warsaw


We automate with:



Central European Economic Journal (The paper has to be related to Central and Eastern Europe.)

Silesian University of Technology Scientific Papers Organization & Management


We live in an era of innovation, technological progress and digitalization. This current innovation drive may lead to unpredictable psychological and social outcomes. Therefore, it is crucial to establish collaborations between engineers, programmers, IT specialists and social scientists during initial phases of any new projects related to development of new technologies or services. Such collaborations may help to avoid mistakes and can support better development of new ideas.

The project is planned as a series of meetings, gathering academics and professionals from the technology sector from Poland and other countries. Each meeting will include two lectures, one delivered by a speaker from Poland and one presented by a guest from another country. The lectures will be followed by panel discussions, where panelists will represent different approaches to innovation and technology.

HumanTech Meetings is a project of SWPS University’s Center for Social and Technological Innovation.

Scientific Committee – HumanTech Meetings:

prof. Michał Kosiński

Stanford University, USA

prof. Aleksandra Przegalińska

Akademia Leona Koźmińskiego, Warszawa, Polska

prof. Piotr Winkielman

University of California, San Diego, USA / Uniwersytet SWPS, Polska

dr hab. Maria Ganzha, prof. PW

Politechnika Warszawska, Polska

prof. Agnieszka Wykowska

Italian Institute of Technology, Genua, Włochy

prof. Włodzisław Duch

Uniwersytet Mikołaja Kopernika w Toruniu, Polska


Ulrika af Klint

Atilla Arda Beşen

Aleksandar Bogdanovic

Michał Boni

Mikołaj Cześnik

Renata Gabryelczyk

Dorota Hernik

Urszula Jessen

Łukasz Karwacki

Tomasz Ludwicki

Konrad Maj

Vanja Matović

Andrzej Moskalik

Danuta Paduch

NAO - CISiT HumanTech

Tymoteusz Pawełczyk

Marek Roszak

PEPPER - CISiT HumanTech

David Rubens

Piotr Sliz

Katarzyna Śledziewska

Andrew Tollinton

Ewa Wietrak

Kacper Wikieł

Radosław Wolniak

Linjie Chou Zanadu

Kosma "Spartan" Zalewski

Piotr Senkus


Jakub Białecki

Lia Błaziak

Jolanta Jakóbowska

Aleksandra Godlewska

Klaudia Hilla

Marcelina Komorowska

Nadia Pelichowska

Bartosz Podgórski

Patryk Pytlarz

Patrycja Róg

Thank you for your exceptional dedication to the “AI – The 2024 Game Changer” conference. Your hard work and team spirit have been crucial in creating a successful, insightful event, showcasing the transformative power of AI. Your efforts not only enriched this event but also set a remarkable example for others. Your contribution is a stepping stone towards shaping the future of AI in various sectors, inspiring others to participate and make a difference. Your enthusiasm and commitment have truly made an impact, encouraging more students to join and contribute to such transformative projects.

Warm regards, 

Piotr Senkus