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Trustworthy AI: What it is and who should make it happen
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AI is no doubt a powerful tool for learning and innovation, but there are serious ethical implications with its use. Going forward, industry self-regulation will be critical until formal regulations are developed.
Trustworthy AI: Powerful technology requires powerful ethical guardrails
Artificial intelligence (AI)—especially when it’s cloud-enabled—can be a force multiplier and powerful tool for innovation. However, there’s a crucial need to think about the ethical issues and implications of ubiquitous AI. In this episode, David Linthicum talks with Deloitte’s Beena Ammanath about the reasons to establish ethical guardrails around the use of AI, as well as who should be responsible for developing and maintaining those guardrails—now and in the future.
Trustworthy AI is really focused on looking at all the different dimensions of AI ethics and how to operationalize it in the real world within the context of the business or any organization that is developing it.
Beena Ammanath is Executive Director of the Global Deloitte AI Institute and leads Trustworthy AI & Ethical Tech at Deloitte. She is the author of the new book “Trustworthy AI,” which helps businesses navigate trust and ethics in AI.
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