This two-hour course introduces the key risks in building, procuring and operating AI systems in an organisation, and outlines strategies for managing those risks.
The course covers real-world examples faced by business and government, and helps participants understand enough about the technical risks to identify them in their own organisations, and ask key questions of staff. Designed for board members, senior executives and ethics committees, it can also be customised. There’s a one-hour version, but it has fewer examples critical to understanding the risks of this new arena.
Participants will not only come to understand the strategic, market and legal risks, but also be more prepared for the responsibilities boards and executives have for determining trade-offs between ethical and other objectives, and for creating a culture of rigour and accountability around the design, procurement, use and monitoring of AI decision-making systems in their organisation.
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