AI Playbook: An actionable guide for providers and users of AI
As the prevalence of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is beginning to have a significant impact on our everyday lives, reshaping industries, and transforming societies. Therefore, it is crucial that we are able to navigate the complexities of AI with a commitment to ethical practices and regulatory compliance. This comprehensive playbook empowers you with the knowledge needed to fulfill your obligations and harness the true potential of AI within your organization.
The requirements outlined in this playbook draw upon the following laws and frameworks:
- EU's Draft AI Act
- National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) AI Risk Management Framework (RMF)
- ISO 23894
- OECD Classification of AI Systems
- Singapore's Model AI Framework
- Canada's Draft AI Act
Empowering AI system developers
Part one of the playbook focuses on the specific obligations and responsibilities of AI system providers. As a provider, you are the one who designs and develops the system, a role that is critical in shaping the future of AI technology. By adhering to the guidelines presented in this section, you can pave the way for responsible AI development, deployment, and maintenance.
Ensuring responsible AI adoption
As an organization using AI technology, it is essential to prioritize responsible and ethical use of AI within your operations. By following the guidelines presented in part two of the playbook, you can foster a culture of responsible AI adoption and work toward compliance with relevant regulations.
With this guide in your hands, you possess the knowledge and tools needed to navigate the complexities of AI governance. By establishing an AI Governance Team, embracing the obligations outlined in this playbook, and leveraging relevant laws and frameworks, you can unlock the full potential of AI while upholding ethical standards and regulatory compliance.
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