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Podcast episode: What should AI ethics review boards look like?

What should AI ethics review boards look like? I brainstormed this question on the Let's Get Phygital podcast, with Mark Maxey, Alexander Melton , and Amanda Esposito.


At the end, we envisioned the ethics review board as an independent organization which oversees multiple AI-developing companies:


➤ The board supports the companies in building internal channels for voicing and responding to ethical concerns


➤ The board can receive reports about ethical concerns regarding the companies it oversees from employees, consumers, activists, and any other stakeholder


➤ The board has the power to reward and penalize the companies it oversees, e.g., in the form of positive and negative PR


➤ The board has the power to protect those who report ethical concerns


➤ The board provides resources to help stakeholders understand AI ethics issues


The main ingredient for a board like this to exist is a few companies that are interested in participating!


On Spotify:

https://open.spotify.com/episode/3zRcozHfUqR066g7GsQrI0?si=2j9CrJzdROyU_0zbS_RllA&nd=1


On Apple:

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/dr-ravit-dotan-the-future-of-ethics-accountability-in-ai/id1576601759?i=1000552026497

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