Toju Duke

Responsible AI at Google

AI is fundamental, groundbreaking technology with an adoption rate of 64% year over year. Along with its innovative and transformational abilities comes the challenges it faces with regards to ethics and responsibility. If AI/ML systems are developed without responsible and ethical frameworks, they have the propensity to deploy harm amongst individuals within society. It is the responsibility of every organisation developing AI models, to have a Responsible framework they adhere to which is accountable, fair, transparent and safe. In this talk, you’d learn how Google approaches Responsible AI, best practices for AI frameworks and relevant case studies.

Toju is a Responsible AI Program Manager at Google, with over 15 years experience spanning across Advertising, Retail, Not-For Profits and Tech. She designs Responsible AI programs focused on the development and implementation of Responsible AI frameworks amongst Google’s product areas, with a focus on Foundation Models, Natural Language Processing, and Generative Language Models. With a proven track record on business success and project management, she is a Manager for Women in AI Ireland, Tech start-ups Mentor, and a Business Advisor. Toju is a public speaker and advocates for transparent and bias free AI aimed at reducing systemic injustices and furthering equality. She is also the founder of VIBE, a women's community focused on personal and professional development using the underlying principles of emotional intelligence.

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