In this video, learn about alternative commercial risks of being irresponsible with AI. It can be hard sometimes to know the right or wrong way to use AI but highlighting some of the projects that have caused damage is a step to identifying what to avoid.
- [Narrator] Risks. … The importance of responsible AI should be thought … of across the entire development cycle. … But sometimes it takes just … one event to completely highlight … how important it is to think responsibly. … Usually these risk events trigger a number … of reviews and questions raised … about how the process was created from the start. … This is why it's useful to have a policy … and procedure in place to understand exactly what was done … across the span of the project. … It's important to think … of the initial purpose of the project … and have that defined as part of the guiding principles … of why the resources and time were dedicated … to developing this solution in the first place. … This can be useful when presenting back to stakeholders. … The technical definition of what needs to be analyzed … in order to build the project will be critical … in order to understand … from the data exactly what is being investigated. … It's easier to have these definitions on hand …
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