ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND GOVERNANCE
Published on April 16th
I spent ten months in 2017 writing this book to address common myths and calls for cross-sector, collaborative leadership for the responsible design and embedding A.I. in the daily work of businesses and oversight by boards. My coauthor Andrea Bonime-Blanc is focusing on the risk management and compliance communities. You can order the book here.
Max Tegmark’s “Life 3.0” and Social Governance around AI
How Boards and Management Can Ramp Up Artificial Intelligence
By Tony Chapelle October 23, 2017
As more details continue to emerge about artificial intelligence and how machines that work and react like humans can generate profit and market advantage for companies, all board directors are facing a familiar challenge: understanding the risks and rewards of another new technology. Tech and governance experts say that boards can take slow but deliberate steps toward AI literacy such as creating an outside advisory group to help brainstorm on technical and governance issues connected to AI and its implementation.
+ Resources on Artificial Intelligence
Pages to downloadDrones-Tech
Practice Artificial Intelligence
Risks and Ethics of Artificial Intelligence
+ Resources on Cybersecurity
Pages to downloadOversight Handbook
+ Resources on Governance
Pages to downloadSalzburg Seminar