Being a responsible business is fast becoming a key imperative to win the future. On the Responsible Business Podcast, we explore how organisations can move more ethically and responsibly into the future by speaking to world-leading thought leaders and practitioners about the many hard questions all business leaders need to learn how to answer.
AI Ethics Beyond Compliance
In this episode of The Responsible Business Podcast, Anna Felländer, founder of Anch.AI, shares insights on how to identify, measure, and govern the ethical and societal risks of AI.
As AI is becoming democratized, it is crucial for you to understand how to embrace it ethically to mitigate risks and foster trust.
Ethical Machines: How to Design AI for Not Bad
In this episode, Reid Blackman, Ph.D., author of Ethical Machines, shares how to design AI for not bad by following a no-nonsense approach.
Tony's Chocolonely: On a Mission to Make Chocolate 100% Slave Free
In this episode, we explore how a small challenger brand, Tony's Chocolonely, through innovation tries to solve the biggest ethical challenge of the chocolate industry - slavery in the supply chain - and sets new standards for all.
Launching a Business without Unintended Consequences with Nathaniel Calhoun
Nathaniel Calhoun is a board member and strategic advisor. He advises corporates, startups and governments on artificial intelligence, blockchain and alternative currencies. He also consults on a variety of startup programs and for groups designing new approaches to accelerators and incubators.
Neural Sovereignty and Neural Rights in the 21st Century with Dr. Divya Chander
Dr. Divya Chander is an Neuroscientist and anesthesiologist and Co-Author of the newly released book, Ethics@Work: Dilemmas Of The Near Future And How Your Organization Can Solve Them.
Ethical Design: The Competitive Edge of the 21st Century? with Christian Bason
Christian is CEO of Danish Design Center and Co-Author of the newly released book, Ethics@Work: Dilemmas Of The Near Future And How Your Organization Can Solve Them.