One of the key requirements of the EU AI Act is that organizations must assess the risks posed by their AI systems before deploying them. Anekanta®AI can help developer and user organizations to comply with the Act by providing systematic and comprehensive assessments of risk.
Since Anekanta® created the ethical framework for AI implementation in 2020, there have been further developments which warrant consideration. These include reference to the EU AI Act requirements.
Our founder, Pauline Norstrom met with leading security industry editor Mark Rowe of Professional Security Magazine, at her company facility at Sci-Tech Daresbury UK, in Spring 2023 to discuss why now is the right time to be talking about the impact of AI and the opportunities which arise.
Any organisation who develops, provides and uses/deploys software which meets the AI definition criteria, and whose decisions are utilised within the EU will be subject to the EU AI Act.
The burden of responsibility for safe AI development and use, is on the shoulders of business leaders to ensure that they have robust risk, audit, control, ethics, remedial and monitoring processes in place.
Listen to the All Party Parliamentary Group for AI on 23rd January 2023 at the House of Lords. Gain insights into the evidence supporting the state of AI Board Governance in the UK.
We continually contribute to the development of the communities which place the ethical and legal risks associated with high-risk AI at the top of the agenda.
Our customers are seeking clarity, legal certainty and operating guardrails to enable them to make decisions about their use of AI technology. Therefore, our response to the UK Government consultation is mindful of these needs.
The degree of bias is dependent on a huge number of factors which affect a human’s perspective of an issue. Too many to mention here but to focus on just one cognitive bias, confirmation bias is frequently featured in leadership development as the single greatest hindrance to good decision making.
Anekanta Consulting was invited to bring leadership and innovation insights to a lively round table debate at one of the UK's newest and exiting Universities, the University of Cumbria.