AI Ethics Board Live: The risks and rewards to businesses, how can you get it right?
Artificial Intelligence is not just a buzzword. It’s a game-changer with the potential to revolutionise industries big and small, and enable new innovation and discoveries across every sector.
In September, we held our annual Pure//Accelerate user conference in Austin, Texas. We heard so many great examples of AI already in play; some with game-changing results. For example, our customer Element AI talked about how it has been working with Amnesty International to identify and study harassment against women on Twitter. We’re proud to be enabling our customers to truly use AI and data for the greater good.
We already know that AI has the potential to remove bottlenecks, so business and organisations can make a real change with data. At Pure, we’re excited about the possibilities this has. We’ve doubled down on our commitment to making this happen, by developing the tools and technology businesses need to create a modern data experience.
But this isn’t just about the technology. With any technological leap there comes demands and requirements for a new set of operating norms. The power and potential pervasiveness of AI makes this even more critical. We all have a responsibility to help ensure it is adopted ethically and with accountability. We’re just as committed to ensuring this as we are to designing the technology to facilitate it.
It is a complex, emerging issue and one that no-one has a definitive answer to yet. As business and technology leaders, experts and academics we all need to be committed to having an ongoing, open discussion about how we can achieve responsible AI. This is precisely why we’re sponsoring AI Ethics Board Live: The risks and rewards to businesses, how can you get it right?, at this year’s DTX.
This panel aims to bring together a diverse group of influencers to talk about why ethics in AI is important, current initiatives, successes and areas for improvement. We’ll also explore the challenges faced by many AI Ethics Boards and the critical success factors for the future. This is an issue that requires insight, and cross-industry collaboration. For these reasons we’re part of an expert panel to highlight the issues that matter, provoke debate and raise the questions that we should all be asking as AI continues to dominate.
Our field CTO, Patrick Smith, will be joined by a stellar line up, including Zoe Kleinman, technology reporter BBC, Garry Kasperov, the legendary chess master, political and human rights activist, Galina Alperovich, Senior Machine Learning Researcher at Avast, and Nic Oliver, Founder of People.io. Want to hear more from our expert line-up of speakers? We’ll be in the AI & Data Analytics X Keynote Theatre on Thursday 10th October, 11:00 am - 11:45 am, find out more here.
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