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Predicts 2019: Digital Ethics, Policy and Governance Are Key to Success With Artificial Intelligence

Published: 07 December 2018

ID: G00372865

Analyst(s): Andrew Frank , Bart Willemsen, Jim Hare, Bern Elliot, Saniye Alaybeyi, Manjunath Bhat


Issues related to lack of governance and unintended consequences will inhibit the success of AI investments and slow down adoption. Data and analytics leaders, including CDOs, must make ethics and governance part of AI initiatives and build a culture of responsible use, trust and transparency.

Table Of Contents


  • What You Need to Know
  • Strategic Planning Assumptions
  • A Look Back

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