It’s very gratifying to help prepare the next generation of AI leaders to address multidisciplinary AI challenges.
I recently called for a global AI learning campaign in a piece I published with the OECD.
To reduce potential liability and other risks, AI users should establish proactive AI governance and compliance programs to manage their AI deployments.
Furthermore, in our increasingly regulated and litigious AI world, responsible AI practices should reduce litigation risks and potential reputational harms caused by poorly designed AI.
Additionally, even if not addressed in the investment agreements, investors can introduce portfolio companies to potential responsible AI hires or consultants and encourage and support their engagement in the ever-expanding responsible AI ecosystem.
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