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S1 E24

AI and its ethics in the real world with Christina Larkin

with Christina Larkin

23 Jun 2021 11:00 am

Every technology brings us two things - a promise of prosperity and consequences. Many of those consequences are the result of choices made by developers, and the ecosystem around them.

Having strong and effective governance for all such developments is crucial as the pace of development and changes increases. This week I am talking with Christina Larkin about the same.

We talk about:

  • Views on powerful applications being biased
  • What do you suggest when you detect the bias?
  • What role does governance play in AI development and projects?
  • How does strong governance look like?
  • How much can government policy impact?
  • What happens when cross-border solutions are deployed?
  • Red-tape challenges and antidotes.
  • Startups versus big companies - challenges of regulation and governance.
  • Responsible AI in space.
  • How can customers/clients assess their vendor/supplier for their governance?
  • Ethical certification for AI.

Christina is an Associate Partner at EY and leads Digital Trust Assurance services in Oceania. Since joining in 2011, Christina has provided several assurance engagements for organizations across the EMEIA and Asia-Pacific regions.

In her role, she works with clients to examine the risks and opportunities technologies present to provide trust in data integrity and digital solutions. Christina utilizes leading technology innovations to provide assurance services and help enable trust in a digital world. She is currently one of the professionals sitting on the IEEE’s Ethical Certification Program for AI and Autonomous Systems Accountability.

The views expressed in this podcast are the views of the speaker, not Ernst & Young. This podcast provides general information, does not constitute advice, and should not be relied on as such. Professional advice should be sought prior to any action being taken in reliance on any of the information. Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards Legislation.

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