Earlier in the year, Dr. Cindy Gordon and Mala Upadhyay released a new book called the AI Dilemma. It discussed the impacts of AI on different industries, ranging from: financial services, government, healthcare, media and technology, manufacturing, retail, to name just a few.
As we review the AI ethics landscape, there have been many developments, some reinforcing that we do not have sufficient guardrails in place yet, while other developments on ethical AI policy fronts giving us increased confidence that the right approaches on AI risks are seriously being considered.
This blog, by Dr. Cindy Gordon, reviews aspects of AI Ethics from A Perfect Storm lens and highlights lessons learned from AI failures.
Click here to read part 2 of this blog, where Dr. Cindy Gordon discusses the positive AI developments from recent progressive policy and legislations advancing Ethical AI practices.
About Dr. Cindy Gordon:
Dr. Cindy Gordon is the CEO of SalesChoice, a Cognitive Sciences AI-based sales analytics platform and Data Sciences company. Prior she has held senior leadership roles at Accenture, Xerox and Citicorp. Internationally, she is recognized for her innovation thought leadership with over 14 books in the market. Cindy is also a Board Director /Advisor with: Corent Technology, TouchTV, Kula and CoursePeer. She is also a recipient of the Governor’s General Award for Innovation. Her community track record is extensive, highlights include: CATA (Current National Media Spokesperson for Women in STEM), Invest CrowdFund (ICC) Canada (Former National Chair), Former National Chair at Women in Technology (CATA: CANWIT), Co-Chair, iCanada (Smart Cities), Former Director, Nightwood Theatre, Former Director, St. Lawrence Theatre, Former President, Xerox Canada Women in Technology, etc.
For more information, please contact:
Malay Upadhyay, Chief Customer Experience Officer, SalesChoice Inc.
Or please visit https://www.saleschoice.com/ where you can find more resources on AI.
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