Trustworthy AI: How to ensure trust and ethics in AI. Featuring Beena Ammanath, Executive Director of the Global Deloitte AI Institute
- March 23rd 2022
A pragmatic and direct approach to ethics and trust in artificial intelligence (AI) — who would not want that? This is how Beena Ammanath describes her new book "Trustworthy AI.”
Ammanath is the executive director of the Global Deloitte AI Institute and is well-qualified to write a book on trustworthy AI. She has had stints at GE, HPE and Bank of America in roles such as vice president of data science and innovation, and CTO of artificial intelligence as well as lead of data and analytics.
Ammanath said part of her motivation to write the book was her desire to help organizations start off with ethics and trust in AI on the right foot and another part was her frustration with existing approaches to AI Ethics.
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