Responsible AI Institute Welcomes New Governing Board Members and Advisors

New board members include Miriam Vogel, CEO of Equal AI and Former White House Official and Associate Deputy Attorney General.

Responsible AI Institute, a non-profit dedicated to promoting responsible and ethical adoption of artificial intelligence, today announced their new lineup of governing and expert advisors joining the team to advance trusted AI. The new advisors bring years of experience from their time in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors.

"We are honored to have these exceptional business and technology leaders join our Advisory Board," says RAI Institute Executive Director, Ashley Casovan. "They bring a wealth of knowledge and experience in operationalizing transformational technologies and will help further strengthen our efforts to establish RAI as a world-leading AI Certification authority."

RAI's advisors include members of both the private and public sectors, spanning specialties from data technologies, to healthcare, insurance and labor.

The new RAI Board Members Include:

Miriam Vogel, Executive Board

President & CEO, EqualAI. Adjunct Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Center. Associate Deputy Attorney General, Department of Justice. Senior Policy Advisor, White House.

Mark Rolston, Advisory Board

Founder and Chief Creative Officer, argodesign

Suraj Madnani, Advisory Board

Product and Technology Executive, American Express

Cathy Cobey, Advisory Board

Global Trusted AI Advisory Leader, Ernst and Young LLP

Seth Dobrin, Advisory Board

Global Chief AI Officer, IBM

Alex Benay, Advisory Board

Global Lead, Government Azure Strategy, Microsoft

Kasia Chimilinsk, Expert

Co-Founder, Data Nutrition Project

Tim Vincent, Expert

IBM Fellow, VP and CTO IBM Analytic Group

Julia Stoyanovich, Expert

Director at the Center for Responsible AI at NYU

"I am delighted to join RAI's Advisory Board and am truly impressed with their work so far and their active community of experts," says Suraj Madnani, Chief Product Owner, American Express. "There are many conversations underway about the importance of responsible AI but very few practical strategies and tools, such as the Responsible AI Certification, to accelerate adoption from AI systems that are both innovative and human-centric in design and construction."

"AI is at a crossroads. People right now don't trust how AI is being created and applied," says Mark Rolston, Chief Creative Officer, argodesign. "In the years ahead with RAI, argo will strive to help make AI more transparent, more usable, and vastly less scary to everyday humans."

About Responsible AI Institute

Responsible AI Institute (RAI) is a 501c3 nonprofit focused on community-driven development of tangible governance tools that accelerate the design, development and use of Responsible AI.

RAI (pronounced as "ray") brings extensive experience in regulatory policies, data governance, and the development of trustworthy AI systems for industry and governments. RAI tools have been among the first to demonstrate how to turn responsible AI principles into action and expand opportunities with AI while minimizing harm in local and global communities.

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