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Responsible AI for Leaders
Executive Education Course
OCTOBER 19–20, 2023 | NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY, BOSTON

Artificial intelligence is becoming an integral part of all industries. Unleashing the full potential of AI for businesses and organizations requires navigating responsible AI (RAI) practices effectively and building customer trust, as failing to do so can be extremely costly. This cutting-edge course provides an actionable blueprint for leaders in driving their organizations' RAI strategy and in taking their businesses to the next level in the digital world.

Who should attend:

Executives, team leads, and executive team members in organizations utilizing or planning to integrate AI-driven business models

Product and design leads, innovation team leads, and R & D executives

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Chief ethics officers, chief data officers, and ethics team leads

Leaders and executives in incubators, accelerators, and innovation labs

The course is particularly fitting for those engaging with company strategy and digital transformation, and those organizing digital innovation initiatives within their organizations. 

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You will learn how to: 

Drive Responsible AI

Build

Create

Upskill & Empower

Differentiate

Transform your organization with a comprehensive RAI strategy

An ecosystem and culture to foster responsible innovation

Efficient, practical, and seamless operationalization of ethical decision-making

Employees throughout the organization for better implementation of RAI strategies

Your organization and create customer value

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Learning Goals

  • Prepare C-suite and organization leaders to direct successful responsible AI integration 

  • Provide a clear path forward for working with RAI in practice

  • Equip participants to discuss and evaluate RAI efforts within their organizations by providing a thorough understanding of RAI methodologies, theoretical foundations and practices. 

  • Familiarize participants with ethical and legal frameworks relevant to RAI

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Teaching Methodologies

The course is designed to keep the participants actively engaged and motivated, alternating between varied teaching methodologies, such as expert presentations, group work, case studies, Q & A sessions, and informal networking. There will be many opportunities for asking difficult questions and seeking  answers from experts, steering participants towards concrete and actionable RAI in their organizations. 

We encourage all leadership positions to attend

Want more info before registering? Download our brochure.

To maximize impact, participants from the same team and from the same company are encouraged to attend. If more than 10 people from the same company would like to participate, please inquire about our enterprise offerings. 

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Location

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East Village, Northeastern University, Boston, MA

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