AI Explained: Managing the Risks of Generative AI

January 18, 2024
10AM PT / 1PM ET
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Generative AI has become widely popular with organizations finding ways to drive innovation and business growth. The adoption of generative AI, however, remains low due to ethical implications and unintended consequences that negatively impact the organization and its consumers. Kathy Baxter, Principal Architect of Responsible AI & Tech at Salesforce, will discuss ethical AI practices organizations can follow to minimize potential harms and maximize the social benefits of AI. 

Watch this AI Explained to learn:

  • Ethical AI practices and roadmap for building the infrastructure for ethical AI development
  • Tactical tips to safely integrate generative AI into applications
  • Human-in-the-loop practices for continued oversight, testing, and improvement of AI applications

AI Explained is our AMA series featuring experts on the most pressing issues facing AI and ML teams.

Featured Speakers
Kathy Baxter
Principal Architect of Responsible AI & Tech
Kathy develops research-informed best practice to educate Salesforce employees, customers, and the industry on the development of responsible AI. She is a member of Singapore’s Advisory Council on the Ethical Use of AI and Data, Visiting AI Fellow at NIST, and on the Board of EqualAI. Prior to Salesforce, she worked at Google, eBay, and Oracle in User Experience Research. She received her MS in Engineering Psychology and BS in Applied Psychology from the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Joshua Rubin
Principal AI Scientist
Fiddler AI
Joshua has been a Fiddler for four years. During this time he developed a modular framework to extend explainability to complex model form-factors, such as those with multi-modal inputs. He previously applied deep learning to instrument calibration and signal processing problems in the biotech tools space after outgrowing a career as an experimental nuclear physicist.