Human-centric AI

20 Jun 2024 | 12:00 – 13:15 | Zoom webinar

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With the exponential growth of artificial intelligence tools, many organisations have already identified, discussed and produced mandatory and voluntary guidance on ethical issues such as managing data, diversity and inclusion. But what’s next? How do we approach mitigating risks whilst taking advantage of opportunities in a way that is sustainable? And, in this year of global elections, how do we keep on top of ethical risks around intellectual property, confidentiality and misinformation to ensure that humans and employees – as opposed to technology and productivity - are at the centre of AI developments.

Join Maria Axente, Head of AI Public Policy and Ethics at PwC and Rachael Saunders, Deputy Director of the IBE, to discuss the opportunities, risks and ethical way forward for AI.


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