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Shaping Responsible AI:
From Princi
ples to Practice
Invitation-Only Workshop

This elite workshop brought together leading experts in Responsible AI to define, discuss, and develop the essential elements of RAI frameworks, 'grand challenges,' and best practices. Stay tuned for recaps and papers!

About the Workshop:

The goal of this workshop was to bridge existing conceptualizations of RAI frameworks and define the essential elements of RAI frameworks, to allow thorough implementation of RAI in businesses and organizations. A common approach to RAI in practice is crucial, if RAI is to provide an efficient, thorough, and safe path for organizations to secure themselves and society against ethical risks in connection with AI.

Workshop Goals

Connect and bridge existing conceptualizations of RAI frameworks

Determine how to integrate RAI into the innovation process through a consistent framework

Define the essential elements of a RAI framework

Advise on the implementation of RAI in businesses and organization

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Meet the Workshop Leaders

Cansu Canca
Workshop Lead

Cansu Canca is the Director of Responsible AI Practice, Research Associate Professor, and Co-chair of the AI Ethics Advisory Board at the Institute of Experiential AI. She also has an affiliation with the Department of Philosophy and Religion and the Ethics Institute in the College of Social Sciences and Humanities. She has a doctorate in philosophy specializing in applied ethics.


Canca is the founder of AI Ethics Lab, one of the first initiatives focusing exclusively on advising practitioners and conducting multidisciplinary research on the ethics of AI. She remains the director of the AI Ethics Lab, where she leads teams of computer scientists, philosophers, legal scholars, and other experts in research, toolkit development, and more. Read more.

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Ricardo Baeza-Yates
Workshop Lead

Ricardo Baeza-Yates is the Director of Research and Co-chair of the AI Ethics Advisory Board at the Institute for Experiential AI. He is also a part-time professor at the Department of Information and Communication Technologies of the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona, Spain, and the Department of Computing Science of Universidad de Chile in Santiago.


Baeza-Yates actively participates in many Responsible AI global initiatives, committees, and advisory boards. These include the Global AI Ethics Consortium, Global Partnership on AI, Inter-American Development Bank’s fAIr LAC Initiative (Latin America and the Caribbean), and ACM’s Technology Policy Subcommittee on AI and Algorithms (USA). Read more.

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Tomo Lazovich
Senior Research Scientist
Institute for Experien
tial AI
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Annika Marie Schoene
Research Assistant
Institute for Expe
riential AI
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Shiran Dudy
Research Scientist
Institute fo
r Experiential AI
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East Village, Northeastern University, Boston, MA

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