Responsible AI Institute Welcomes KPMG as Our Newest Member!

The Responsible AI Institute welcomes KPMG in the US to its growing community of industry leading members. For over 150 years, KPMG has played a leading role in harnessing the power of new technologies and providing assurance and direction in adapting to transformational change. For over a decade, KPMG has been innovating with AI to help clients prepare, accelerate, and achieve value. The firm’s newly created AI and Digital Innovation Group last year was a natural next step in their AI journey and how they serve clients.

Guided by a commitment to ethics and integrity, KPMG recognizes responsible AI as critical to accelerating the value of technology with confidence. KPMG Trusted AI is the firm’s strategic approach and framework to designing, building, deploying, and using AI solutions in a responsible manner. This approach is guided by three key principles: values-driven, human-centric, and trustworthy. By joining the Responsible AI Institute, KPMG continues its important work championing responsible AI to deliver on the promise of technology for clients and communities.

“KPMG has long held Trust at the core of our agenda,” said Steve Chase, KPMG Vice Chair of AI and Digital Innovation. “When it comes to AI, we embrace a trusted-by-design mantra, meaning we embed trust at every stage of the AI lifecycle. We’re excited to partner with the Responsible AI Institute to chart the course for what it means to be Trusted in this moment of disruption.” 

“We are delighted to have KPMG join the Responsible AI Institute,” said Alyssa Lefaivre Škopac, Head of Global Partnerships and Growth. “KPMG is a globally respected professional services leader known for grounding their work in facts, integrity and quality. They recognize that responsible development and use of AI is key to unlocking its potential for good. KPMG’s steadfast commitment to responsible AI assurance supports our own mission to accelerate responsible practices that allow AI to benefit society at large.”

With influential members like KPMG, the Responsible AI Institute continues to drive the understanding, policies and practices necessary to steer AI toward serving public benefit.

About the Responsible AI Institute

Founded in 2016, Responsible AI Institute (RAI Institute) is a global and member-driven non-profit dedicated to enabling successful responsible AI efforts in organizations. We occupy a unique position convening critical conversations across industry, government, academia and civil society, guiding AI’s responsible development.

We empower practitioners to integrate oversight with assessments aligned to standards like NIST, exclusive RAISE Benchmarks bolstering integrity of AI products, services, and systems, and an authoritative certification program.

Our diverse, inclusive and collaborative community is dedicated to steering the exponential power of AI towards a future that benefits all. Members include leading companies such as Amazon Web Services, Boston Consulting Group, ATB Financial and many others dedicated to bringing responsible AI to all industry sectors.

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