Artificial Intelligence (AI) is transforming the way we live, work and communicate – for better or worse. Despite Stanley Kubrick’s best efforts in 2001: A Space Odyssey, the risks of AI are only now entering mainstream consciousness.
Below is a selection of white papers, frameworks, commentary and other resources exploring AI and machine learning from a risk management, reputation management and communications perspective.
AI perception studies
- YouGov: UK AI tracking and polling (ongoing)
- Ada Lovelace Institute: UK Public Attitudes towards Facial Recognition (2019)
- Cap Gemini: Why addressing ethical questions in AI will benefit organisations (2019)
- Deltapoll: AI and UK public standards (2019)
- Pega: AI and Empathy Study (2019)
- Edelman AI Survey (2019, pdf)
- Ipsos MORI: AI, Automation & Corporate Reputation (2019)
- University of Oxford, Center for the Governance of AI: AI – American Attitudes & Trends (2019)
- Pew: Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Humans (2018)
- Bristows/Censuswide: AI – Public Perception, Attitude and Trust (2018)
- EIU/Microsoft: Intelligent Economies (2018)
AI governance and ethics
- AI Global: Responsible AI Design Assistant
- AlgorithmWatch: AI Ethics Guidelines Global Inventory
- EU AI HLEG: Ethics Guidelines for Trustworthy AI
- Alan Turing Institute: Understanding AI Ethics and Safety (pdf)
- Open Roboethics Institute: AI Ethics Assessment Toolkit
- WEF: AI Toolkit for Boards of Directors
AI, risk management and auditing
- Deloitte: AI & Risk Management (pdf)
- KPMG: AI Risk & Controls Matrix (pdf)
- McKinsey: Confronting the Risks of AI
- UK ICO: AI Auditing Framework draft guidance
AI impact assessment
AI and incident/crisis management
AI and PR/communications
Last updated August 25, 2020
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