“Boinodiris also brought some interesting observations from a survey by IBM on perceptions of responsible AI:
– It found that shared prosperity and impact on jobs are identified by executives as the least important ethical considerations related to AI.
– The second observation was that more than 60% of CHROs believe that they have no minimum obligation to offer to retrain or invest in AI skills.
– The third insight was that over half the executives point CTO and CIO as primarily accountable for AI ethics in organisations. These results are highly concerning and tells us that most people do not take creating responsible AI or AI ethics as seriously as they should.”