In this Acceleration Economy Digital CIO Summit moment, excerpted from the fireside chat on “Co-Creation in the Modern World,” Microsoft WW Sustainability Industry Advocate Matthew Sekol explains to Equinix SVP, Global Platform Alliances, Lisa Miller, and Acceleration Economy practitioner-analyst Tony Uphoff how ESG considerations help organizations assess risk before and during the implementation of artificial intelligence (AI) technology.
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00:05 — AI intersects in a unique way with sustainability and ESG (environmental, social, and governance) initiatives, particularly with qualitative datasets. While devices generate information, many crucial details come from stories across the value chain that AI can analyze for insights.
00:34 — However, an AI implementation’s risks must be considered upfront with an ESG lens on technology. A small-scale bias in a dataset can quickly grow out of proportion once AI enters a new market.
00:47 — It’s essential to have a diverse talent pool to responsibly develop AI solutions. Companies can find resources for responsible AI implementation by searching for “Microsoft and responsible AI” on Bing.
01:09 — Microsoft has published a standard approach, impact assessment, and training to help developers and businesses understand how to avoid creating huge problems out of AI opportunities.
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