What’s the number one thing you want peers to have top of mind when making decisions around the future of generative AI and similar technologies?

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Director of Data, Self-employed
How to deal with 'commercial sensitivity' of data, confirming accuracy of results (e.g. hallucinations) and people not deciding to abdicate responsibility and their own thinking. 
CMO in Services (non-Government), 2 - 10 employees
Responsible use of these technologies with improvement in the competitive moat for the company, benefiting all the stakeholders (not just investors).
VP, Data and Opex, 10,001+ employees
Clear accountability of outcomes. No matter the technology and it’s strengths or weakness, a buyer/user wants a
solution to their problems that they can trust. Hence designing the solution to deliver reliable outcomes is key.
Data Science & AI Expert in Miscellaneous, Self-employed
Any new technology should be accompanied with the right education (instructions) as a parts of provider responsibilities
Director of Data and AI in Banking, 10,001+ employees
Whether the usage is internal or customer facing. 

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