The conversation will focus on AI and trust. AI’s potential requires strong buy-in from citizens and governments, based on their trust that applications and technologies making use of it are built and used ethically.
The AIinPR panel has campaigned for ethical AI and believes AI holds the potential to deliver enormous benefits to society, organisations and citizens but only if it is used responsibly. At the end of January 2021, The World Economic Forum announces today the launch of the Global AI Action Alliance (GAIA), the latest of global initiatives to support trustworthy AI. Artificial intelligence could contribute over $14 trillion to the global economy by 2035 while dramatically improving the lives of billions, but it will only achieve its potential if it is used responsibly. However, it is becoming widely recognised that many governments and organisations across the world have ethical AI principles or have or are devising ethical codes and standards. While this is welcomed, it has created fragmentation and further effort is required to ensure AI’s positive future.
Speakers include public relations specialists and academics working in the field of AI and trust. We’ll announce more speakers shortly.
Professor of Corporate Communication at the University of Huddersfield and AIinPR Panel member.
Reputation Management Consultant with a high-profile career working with organisations including, the Singapore government, Hong Kong Civil Service Bureau, Barclays, BP, Huawei, Johnson & Johnson, London Business School. Charlie, founded the global AI Incident and Controversy Repository @AiControversy.
Martin Waxman is a digital communication strategist, conducts AI research, and teaches social media.
Dr Alex Sévigny
APR, Associate Professor, McMaster-Syracuse, AI, data and ethics.
Co-founder and CEO at Cognino, an Artificial Intelligence (AI) first organisation. Cognino have innovated a unique explainable AI engine that adapts, learns and explains outcomes from a vast amount of data and creates knowledge. An entrepreneurial technologist at heart, Priti has been building products, incubating high- value complex and disruptive technology innovation with global engineering talents over the past 26 years. Priti has led one of the data and AI research group at Microsoft for more than a decade. Prior to that Priti was CTO at KPMG and has also worked with RBS, Fujitsu and Atomic energy of India as a scientist. Priti holds an Advance AI degree from MIT and a BE in Computer Science & Engineering from Utkal University.
Chair: Kerry Sheehan
Kerry is Chair of the Artificial Intelligence in Public Relations Panel and a senior communication advisor at the UK Government Communication Service.
*Some of the themes of the discussions at this roundtable may form part of a White Paper Kerry Sheehan is putting together
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