We work with senior leaders spearheading AI ethics or Responsible AI efforts at their organizations. Our job is to provide them with the clearest and most practical guidance our expertise allows. We point out red flags, ensure a solid foundation is built, and provide guidance throughout implementation.
Sometimes we do the heavy lifting of drafting an AI ethical risk program (details below). Then we work with our clients to ensure a custom fit. In other instances, our clients do the heavy lifting and we advise as outside subject matter experts.
If you might need our help, let’s have a conversation to see if we’re a fit. Reach out to email@example.com.
Creating AI Ethical Risk Programs
Most of our clients want help with the following.
AI’s ethical and reputational risks are news to a lot of people. Our seminars bring everyone up to speed, from the data scientist to the risk manager to the chief data and analytics officer. Everyone leaves with an understanding of the issues their organization faces and the steps they can take towards identifying and mitigating those risks.
What they are. What flouting them looks like. How, in broad strokes, they’ll live up to those values.
The function of a good AI ethics statement is three-fold: i) it plays a role in building organizational awareness and creating buy-in to taking AI ethics seriously, ii) it communicates to external stakeholders that you take AI ethics seriously, and iii) it lays the groundwork for creating actionable policies and procedures.
If lack of model oversight is a problem, we might recommend creating an ethics committee and help you think through the criteria for membership of that committee and what powers it ought to have. We’ll recommend updates to existing policies and, in some cases, the creation of new policies. In general, an AI ethical risk framework is a blueprint or map for what your AI ethical risk program looks like.
Ingrid’s and Matthew’s expertise and experience round out a team of AI ethical risk mitigation experts: Reid is the ethicist, Ingrid is the risk and innovation expert, and Matthew is the cybersecurity expert.
Ingrid is a deep-tech, healthcare and life sciences executive, who is highly dedicated to digital and ethics advocacy. She is a well known futurist, globalist, digital strategist, passionate educator and entrepreneurship ecosystem builder, known as a global thought leader for Blockchain, AI, Quantum Technology, Digital Twins, Smart Cities. She serves on the Board of numerous organizations and held several leadership roles in the corporate, academic and not for profit arenas throughout her career. She is the recipient of several awards and serves as an Expert Advisor to the EU Blockchain Observatory Forum, a Forbes Business Council member, and an Advisor to the UN Legal and Economic Empowerment Network. She continues to enjoy teaching Ethical Leadership, Innovation and Digital Transformation at the WBAF Business School-Division of Entrepreneurship, and the University of Miami Business School, the Executive MBA Program.
Matthew is a Cybersecurity Strategist and benefits from 30 diverse years in the fields of cyber, physical, and information security. Mr. Rosenquist is the former Cybersecurity Strategist for Intel Corp., the CISO for Eclipz.io, a member of multiple advisory boards, and consults on best-practices and emerging risks to academia, businesses, and governments across the globe.
Mr. Rosenquist specializes in security strategy, measuring value, developing best-practices for cost-effective capabilities, and establishing organizations that deliver optimal levels of cybersecurity, privacy, ethics, and safety. As a cybersecurity strategist, he identifies evolving risks and opportunities to help organizations balance threats, costs, and usability factors to achieve an ideal level of security.
Matthew is very active in the industry as an influencer. He is an experienced keynote speaker, collaborates with industry partners to tackle pressing problems, often presents at conferences, and has published acclaimed articles, white papers, methodologies, and best practices on a wide range of cybersecurity topics. His focus is to enable an organization’s ability to achieve success by helping leadership identify a path forward in managing long-term security, privacy, safety risks.