Springer’s new journal, AI and Ethics seeks to promote informed debate and discussion of the ethical, regulatory, and policy implications that arise from the development of AI. But how does AI and Ethics fit into the corporate landscape? When implementing AI in business where do Ethics fall? In this webinar, panelists discuss how stakeholders can be more ethical in their decision-making using AI. Topics covered include risk management, regulations, implementation of ethical AI and the barriers of putting it into practice, AI in Fintech and a discussion of how the cost of "getting it wrong" outweighs the challenges of application.
This session was moderated by David Malone, Independent Filmmaker, Science Broadcaster and Author, UK, and panelists included Dr. Amy Shi-Nash of HSBC, UK; Abhishek Gupta, Montreal AI Ethics Institute and Microsoft, Canada; Pavel Abdur-Rahman, IBM Canada; and Professor John MacIntyre, University of Sunderland, UK and Editor-In-Chief of Springer's AI and Ethics journal.
Watch the recorded webinar below, and for a more in depth look, check out this blog post straight from one of our panelists.
Emily Esposito is a Customer Engagement Manager on the Institutional Marketing team, based in New York. She works with both the Academic & Government and the Corporate markets on a range of conferences and events that create connections within the library community and raise awareness.