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Policy Hour
Online Webinar

Managing Risks with AI Governance

Thursday, 25 April 2024 | 4 pm BST/ 5 pm CEST/ 11 am EDT
TIME
11:30 ET / 4:30pm BST
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While groundbreaking AI innovation and their widespread adoption are crucial, their ultimate success hinges largely on responsible and safe deployment across various sectors. Understanding the diverse array of risks and incidents within the ecosystem has become paramount. Consequently, organizations must prioritize embedding AI governance and risk management interventions throughout the entire lifecycle of AI systems.

Join us for an insightful webinar delving into the multitude of AI risks and relevant mitigation strategies for organizations.

What to Expect:

  • An extensive overview of AI incidents worldwide.
  • Analysis of the implications of AI incidents, risks, and harms, including regulatory penalties and fines under emerging legislation such as the EU AI Act.
  • Implementation of principles such as the OECD AI principles, AI risk management techniques, standards, and audits to manage and mitigate these risks.
  • Effective and scalable methods for organizations to accomplish this.

Our Speakers

Rashad Abelson (Technology Sector Lead, OECD Centre for Responsible Business Conduct)

Rashad Abelson is the Technology Sector Lead in the OECD Centre for Responsible Business Conduct, where he is part of the larger team working on development and implementation of OECD standards on due diligence. His work focuses on policy advice for governments seeking to integrate OECD standards into domestic legislation and foreign policy, monitoring of government implementation of OECD legal instruments, and research and tools development to support company-level implementation of OECD RBC standards in the development and use of technology.

Siddhant Chatterjee, Policy and Governance Strategist, Holistic AI

Siddhant Chatterjee is a Policy & Governance Strategist with Holistic AI, where he helps integrate policy and regulatory requirements into its proprietary AI Governance products. He is also a member of the OECD's Network of Experts on AI (ONE.AI) as well as a member of the British Standards Institution's (BSI) ART/1 Committee on Artificial Intelligence. A Master's in Technology Policy from UCL, he has worked with TikTok as one of their first policy analysts in South Asia, the Australian Government as an Advisor on AI Ethics and Disinformation, and the Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation (CDEI) on the algorithmic ethics of climate technologies.

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