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Our blog is all about exploring the exciting world of AI and ethics. We cover a wide range of topics, including responsible AI development, AI ethics, and legal and compliance aspects of AI.

In this post, we break down the AI development process, from the initial planning phases to data collection, model training and testing, deployment, and monitoring
The Stanford Center for Responsible Quantum Technology aims to connect the quantum community to explore how to balance maximizing the benefits and mitigating the risks of a new class of applied quantum technologies
Given the complexity of AI projects, it's important to have a strategic approach when embarking on your first AI project to ensure that you're set up for success
The United Nations General Assembly adopted a resolution advocating for trustworthy AI systems, offering a good basis for continued international policy on AI governance
Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) is a crucial lens that informs the technology we build, the way we build it, and whom to consider in the process. When we discuss responsible AI, then, we can see the crucial role of HCI in the development and adoption of AI.
While pre-built models can work for many use cases, private RAG and LLM systems guarantee data protection and ownership, making them relevant for organizations seeking to implement AI in a secure way.
The Daiki process enables you to use and customize language models responsibly, enhancing the safety, truthfulness, and helpfulness of LLMs.
ISO 42001 is a certifiable framework for an AI Management System (AIMS) that aims to support organizations in the responsible development, delivery, or use of AI systems.
A tale of delicate balances, trade-offs, and the need for pragmatic solutions in regulatory eco-systems
U.S. President Biden's Recent Executive Order on the Safe, Secure, and Trustworthy Development and Use of AI Broadens NIST's Role and Global Influence
Countries outside the Western hemisphere might be great AI-guardrail makers that protect and empower individuals to safeguard societies and our planet.
As the global landscape of AI governance continues to evolve, one thing becomes abundantly clear: responsible AI practices are non-negotiable.
By counteracting present challenges, we can pave the way for tackling future existential threats.
Responsible AI demands a dynamic and thoughtful approach, guided by moral reasoning and continuous ethical discourse. Is it reachable?
United Nations calls for rules for AI and ensuring that AI serves the common good.

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