#DTX2021: AI Ethics in Practice: How to Turn AI Principles Into Practical Governance and Compliance?

#DTX2021: AI Ethics in Practice: How to Turn AI Principles Into Practical Governance and Compliance?

Where are we at with human interaction with AI? What impact in terms of ethics does this have at the moment? These were the focal topics of investigation during a panel discussion at the Digital Transformation EXPO Europe 2021.

Moderating the 'AI Ethics in Practice: How to Turn AI Principles Into Practical Governance and Compliance?' panel  was Sherin Mathew, CEO and founder of Innovation Exchange, who opened the panel by discussing AI through the lens of regulation, particularly how AI regulation can become governmental policy. 

Tim Clement-Jones, co-chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group of Artificial Intelligence, emphasized that accepting the need to put AI regulation into policy is "one the most important points to this question." "We are at a crossroads," he said. With the EU and the US already making inroads, the UK must ensure that it doesn't fall behind. The EU approach "appears to be the best model," he claimed. 

Minesh Tanna, global AI lead of law-firm, Simmons & Simmons and chair of Society for Computers and Law (SCL) AI Group concurred with Clement-Jones, praising the EU draft on AI regulation as "very

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