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AI ethics: An emerging imperative for the board and C-suite

Published on: Sep 04, 2019

At the same time consumers, patients, and citizens are increasingly questioning how their data is being used by organizations, boards and C-suites are asking how the ethics surrounding artificial intelligence (AI) could affect their organization. Could AI ethics also have broader implications for society as a whole? We'll discuss:

  • Four dimensions of AI ethics—technology, risk management, societal impact, and people.
  • Roles and expectations of executive leadership associated with AI ethics.
  • Practical considerations for building AI ethics constructs and proactively addressing data risk.

Participants will learn about AI ethics as a boardroom topic and how leadership can proactively mobilize to respond.

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