Session: Not all that glitters is gold: what does it mean to use AI responsibly?
AI and other disruptive technologies are nowadays broadly used, and they will be embedded everywhere even more in the future. Organisations are increasingly adopting AI solutions benefitting from cost optimisation and new opportunities for business growth.
But … not all that glitters is gold! In fact, recent news unveiled the risks to which organisations expose themselves when they are not carefully overseeing and monitoring the development and use of AI solutions.
What are the ethical risks of AI? How can AI risks be measured and mitigated? What are the key elements of a responsible adoption of AI?
During this session we will try to explore these topics and share some small lessons learnt to be kept in mind when dealing with AI.
- What is responsible AI
- AI Risks
- Ethical AI basic concepts
- Food for thought when working with AI
In my work at PwC Italy I help Government organisations and Financial Institutions to grasp the opportunities of disruptive technologies while mitigating the corresponding risks. I lead the Responsible AI work in Italy in coordination with PwC Global team, contributing to research, business development and thought leadership.