‘In this era of profound digital transformation, it’s important to remember that business, as well as government, has a role to play in creating shared prosperity — not just prosperity”

— Erik Brynjolfsson, professor and senior fellow, Stanford Institute for Human-Centered AI; director, Stanford Digital Economy Lab; and co-founder and co-chairman, Workhelix

Guest Speakers

Ethan Molic

Title: Associate Professor

Company: Wharton School

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Dr. Bach

Title: A.I researcher and cognitive scientist

Company: Academic

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Dr. Romy Lorenz

Title: cognitive neuroscientist

Company: Max Planck Institute

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Guest #4

Topic 1: UNDERSTANDING A.I •   Topic 2: IDENTIFYING RISKS •   Topic 3: LEARN BEST PRACTICE •   Topic 4 DECISION- MAKING

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Empowering Leaders to Leverage AI Safely and Ethically

Course Description: This 12-hour training course is designed to equip business leaders with the knowledge and tools necessary to make ethical decisions when implementing and using artificial intelligence (AI) in work settings. Participants will explore the ethical considerations inherent in AI technologies, learn about best practices for ethical AI implementation, develop strategies for navigating complex ethical dilemmas, and understand the legal developments concerning AI nationally, internationally, and globally.

Course Objectives:

  1. Understand the ethical implications of AI technologies in business leadership.
  2. Identify potential biases and risks associated with AI implementation.
  3. Learn best practices for ensuring fairness, transparency, and accountability in AI systems.
  4. Explore frameworks for ethical decision-making in AI use for leaders

Empowering Leaders to Leverage AI Safely and Ethically

Session 1

THE POWER AND PROMISE OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

Course description: Learn the key skills necessary for leading an organization in an AI world ~ Introduction to artificial intelligence and humane technology. Understand the purpose of ethical AI Leadership and strategy. And why we aren’t talking about the law…just yet..

Session 2

OUR BRAINS AND AI

Course description: Understand how your brain works when engaging with AI ~ Build awareness of how we become addicted to the constant dopamine drip associated with AI

Session 3

AI ETHICAL LENS

Course description: Shift from awareness to action ~Shifting your mindset from understanding AI to understanding the power of AI to further our society and to hinder it. National and international call for AI Ethics Discover what ethical AI decision making could look like at your organization..

Session 4

SUPPORT ETHICAL DECISION MAKING BOTH IN & OUT OF THE ORGANIZATION

Course description: Support Business leaders making hard choices in ethics when faced with increased attention from consumers Creating Guide Rails..

Session 5

LET’S DISCUSS HOW THE LAW COULD WORK

Course description: Why the Law Matters Understanding the US Law and How Other Countries are Tackling AI Challenges

Session 6

CREATING SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS MODEL THROUGH THE USE OF GUIDE RAILS

Course description: Design an all-encompassing sustainability model for ensuring AI works for humans and keeps our humanity Ensure humans don’t work for AI What is an AI Ethicist Make Ethical Decision Making a part of your organization’s decision making strategy

As we take steps into the future, it’s essential to embrace the potential of artificial intelligence. Learning more about AI can not only help us understand its capabilities and applications but also prepare us for the evolving job market and technological advancements. By familiarizing ourselves with AI, we can make informed decisions about its integration into various industries and our daily lives, ultimately shaping a future where AI serves as a tool for progress and innovation.