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What Leaders Need to Know About Implementing AI Responsibly

Key Takeaways:
  • Learn what makes AI responsible or irresponsible.
  • Learn best practices around people, processes and tools for implementing AI responsibly in your organization.
  • Learn about common pitfalls for responsible AI and how to avoid them.
Thursday March 7, 11AM ET
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AI holds great promise for improving productivity, automating tasks, and improving customer experiences. Done wrong however, it can lead to bias and discrimination, privacy and security violations, regulatory compliance problems, and erosion of trust with your customers.

Implementing AI responsibly is critical to success. In this webinar, Richie interviews two world-renowned thought leaders on responsible AI. You'll learn about principles of responsible AI, the consequences of irresponsible AI, as well as best practices for implementing responsible AI throughout your organization.

Presenter Bio

Richard Benjamins Headshot
Richard BenjaminsChief Responsible AI Officer, and Head of AI for Society & Environment at Telefónica, Co-founder and Vice President at OdiseIA

Richard is responsible for Telefónica's responsible use of AI, and the use of AI for society and the environment. He also founded the Spanish observatory for ethical and social impacts of AI (OdiseIA). He is serving as co-chair of UNESCO’s Business Council for its Ethical AI Recommendation. Richard was previously Group Chief Data Officer at AXA, and was in the DataIQ 100 list of the most influential people in data-driven business in 2018. He is the author of "A Data-Driven Company".

Eske Montoya Martinez van Egerschot Headshot
Eske Montoya Martinez van EgerschotChief AI Governance and Ethics at DigiDiplomacy, Associate Partner at Meines Holla & Partners

Eske is a data scientist, lawyer, and former Member of the Dutch Parliament. At DigiDiplomacy, she advises executives on AI risks and the ethical use of AI. Eske is also an associate partner at Meines Holla & Partners, where she works on public affairs related to AI. She has previously been the Ambassador for the Dutch Coalition on Sustainable Digitalization, External Affairs Director at Danone, Director Communications Corporate and Public Affairs at Hill+Knowlton Strategies (a WPP company), and a M&A specialist for KPMG.

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