Season 1 | Episode 5

Legal Frontiers of AI with Patrick Hall

On this episode, we’re joined by Patrick Hall, Co-Founder of BNH.AI.

We will delve into critical aspects of AI, such as model risk management, generating adverse action notices, addressing algorithmic discrimination, ensuring data privacy, fortifying ML security, and implementing advanced model governance and explainability.

About the guest
Patrick Hall is BNH.AI's principal scientist. He advises clients on AI risk and researches AI risk management for NIST's AI Risk Management Framework. He teaches data ethics and machine learning at The George Washington School of Business. Patrick co-founded BNH and led's efforts in responsible AI. He has presented talks at the National Academy of Science, ACM SIG-KDD, and the Joint Statistical Meetings. Patrick's technical work has been featured in Fortune, Wired, and TechCrunch. He is the lead author of “Machine Learning for High-risk Applications.” Patrick holds degrees in math and analytics.