New York Times quotes RAI Institute’s Executive Director Ashley Casovan

RAI Institute Executive Director Ashley Casovan was featured in the New York Times article “Group Backed by Top Companies Moves to Combat A.I. Bias in Hiring.” Her comments highlighted the importance of businesses taking a focused approach toward responsible AI development and the need for independent assessments.

Ashley speaks from her experience leading RAI Institute, advising the OECD, World Economic Forum, and other leading AI initiatives, and leading the development of Canada’s Directive on Automated Decision-Making Systems, a pioneering policy instrument that set the standard for acceptable government use of AI systems.

We are excited to see Ashley’s expertise featured on this important subject as a recognized technology policy expert and leader in the AI space. Check out the article here.

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