29.03.2024

Teaser image to Our JRG Leader Benjamin Lange at the Radio Stockdale Podcast

Our JRG Leader Benjamin Lange at the Radio Stockdale Podcast

Responsible AI

Our Junior Research Group Leader, Benjamin Lange, was a guest on the Radio Stockdale Podcast hosted by Michael Sears. There, he discusses the fundamentals of Responsible AI governance, as well as its potential implementation. He advocates not only for compliance with certain rules but also for proactive and visible ethical leadership.

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