COVID 19 has accelerated the extraordinary opportunities AI brings to people, organizations, and society. While at the same time, this digital acceleration has also amplified the ethical and societal risks that can emerge in the use of AI (such as privacy intrusion, discrimination, and social exclusion). Regulators are enacting new legislation and the consequences for organizations who breach AI requirements are costly. Anna Felländer will explain how organizations can use Sustainable AI to address and avoid these costly legal, financial, and reputational risks.
- Now, more than ever, organizations must prioritize Sustainable AI in order to release the real power of their AI solutions and create new sustainable business models in the data-driven AI era.
- New EU legislation on the use of artificial intelligence introduces costly legal and financial consequences — organizations must be prepared to meet the requirements of upcoming regulation.
- Trustworthy and responsible AI can be achieved by implementing transparency, explainability, accountability, and governance.