Book: AI Enabled Business: A Smart Decision Kit
Available on Amazon. Written with Himanshu Vashishtha and Prof.Dirk N. Wagner.
As the use of AI becomes more and more ubiquitous in companies around the world, managers charged with taking key decisions require resources to enable them to evaluate new projects effectively. The business case for AI projects is not necessarily clear cut and part of the reason for this is the lack of understanding on key decision criteria. AI touches on many ethical concepts - data privacy, validity and more importantly, its potential misuse. AI is often being used to replace human decision-making and there is often no real understanding of the implications of this. This book provides a detailed primer for practitioners without a deep technological background. It guides the reader through the basic issues and offers advice on ‘how to take decisions’. There is a dearth of such books currently available and this book aspires to fill a growing niche.
IEEE SA Policy Paper: The Benefits of a Multidisciplinary Lens for Artificial Intelligence Systems Ethics
Written with Marisa Zalabak, John C. Havens and HAGIT MESSER with contributions of global experts including; @ann hill dunn, Isabel Pedersen, Larry Bridgesmith J.D., DataPrivacy CMO Kohei Kurihara, Masheika Allgood, Jeff Felice, @jessica Whitaker, Abel Pena-Fernandez, David Ryan Polgar, Edson Prestes, Rosalyn W. Berne, PhD, Sinead Bovell, Rafael A. Calvo.
IEEE SA Policy paper: Strong Sustainability By Design: Metrics/Indicators
This was a joint effort, with - John C. Havens, Maike Luiken 🍁(for your inspiring leadership), The Metrics & Indicators Team - Deborah Hagar @laurafriedrich Sunny Narayanan @ronaldhasenberger Prof. Eleni Mangina @Johanneskimberger Monique Jeanne Morrow (she/her) @sadasshankar @jamesbarbour @chandramaulichaughuri Flavio Soares Correa da SilvaRobertFish @Ruthlewis @ChandraRadhakrishnan Remembering: Brian Friedrich. Happy to be part of this inspiring team!
This was a project that took a few years, because I was travelling, we moved institutions and we needed to find time.
Thanks to the amazing co-authors: Laura Domschat and Hamid Saeed.
Interviewed by Geneva Centre for Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue. Some of the points discussed:
What does it mean when we say we have a right to a healthy environment? (0.08 minutes)
How can it be achieved? (1.13 minutes)
How do you view the role of media? (3.38 minutes)
How can we teach our children about their environmental rights? (4.19 minutes)