The bulletin features the latest news, events and initiatives linking to AI governance. We post weekly highlights to showcase the range of activities around AIGA’s core themes: explainability, transparency, system design and commercialization of responsible AI.
- Forbes reports on Algorithmia’s survey 2021 Enterprise Trends in Machine Learning. According to the survey, 76% of enterprises prioritize AI and machine learning (ML) over other IT initiatives in 2021, and 50% of enterprises plan to spend more on AI and ML this year. Governance and auditing are clearly seen as important: 56% of all enterprises rank governance, security and auditability issues as their highest-priority concerns today.
Read more: https://www.forbes.com/sites/louiscolumbus/2021/01/17/76-of-enterprises-prioritize-ai–machine-learning-in-2021-it-budgets/
- Launch event for the “Institute for Ethics in AI” at Oxford University coming up on Tuesday 16th February 2021 at 5-6 pm. The event can be watched on YouTube. Introduced by the Vice-Chancellor, Louise Richardson, Chaired by John Tasioulas. Speakers Joshua Cohen (Apple University), Professor Alondra Nelson (Institute for Advanced Study), and Professor Sir Nigel Shadbolt (Computer Science, Oxford).
Read more: https://www.torch.ox.ac.uk/event/launch-of-the-institute-for-ethics-in-ai