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Responsible AI in practice
AI Sustainability Center

Responsible AI in practice

When: May 23rd, 2019, 08.00-09.30
Breakfast will be served from 07.45
Where: Alma, Nybrogatan 8, Stockholm

AI Sustainability Center invites you to a seminar to learn about Google’s AI principles, along with a panel discussion on challenges and opportunities on implementing such principles.


Opening remarks
Elaine Weidman Grunewald and Anna Felländer, Co-founders, AI Sustainability Center
Jen Gennai, Head of Responsible Innovation, Global Affairs, Google
Panel discussion and Q&A
Marcin de Kaminski, Programme Director, Civil Rights Defenders
Jen Gennai, Head of Responsible Innovation, Global Affairs, Google
Stephanie Huf, Head of Marketing, Division X, Telia Company
Valentino Pacifici, Director of Business Development, Sana Labs
Moderated by Elaine Weidman Grunewald and Anna Felländer


Jen has over a decade of experience at Google in various capacities. After co-writing the AI Principles with a multi-disciplinary group across the company, Jen Gennai founded, and is now the leader of the Responsible Innovation team at Google. The Responsible Innovation team implements Google’s AI Principles and works to ensure that Google’s products have fair and ethical outcomes on Google’s users and the world.


AI is rapidly changing the way we work, live, and play. It has the potential to provide immeasurable benefits, but AI systems increasingly pose ethical risks that are difficult to predict. The regulatory frameworks are lagging, and unintended ethical pitfalls due to AI-based decisions are on the rise. The risk of unfairness in AI systems can have amplified impacts as the AI scales, and as the impact of AI increases across sectors and societies, it is critical to establish and implement principles that are fair and inclusive for all.

  • Date: May 23, 2019
  • Service: Event
  • Hosted by: AI Sustainability Center