Building the Responsible AI Pipeline


In this talk, David Ryan Polgar, pioneering tech ethicist and founder of All Tech Is Human, will discuss the critical need for Responsible AI and how organizations can find, hire, and retain the next generation of responsible technologists and changemakers. He will unpack the responsible innovation pipeline problem and equip teams with ways they can line up industry needs, individual expectations, and educational paths in order to ensure Responsible AI is truly sustainable, rather than a fleeting trend.

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David Ryan Polgar is a pioneering tech ethicist who paved the way for the hotly-debated issues around regulating speech on social media, AI ethics, unintended consequences, digital wellbeing, and what it means to be human in the digital age. He has appeared on CBS This MorningTODAY show, BBC World NewsFast CompanySiriusXMAssociated PressLA TimesUSA Today, and many others.

An international speaker with rare insight into building a better future with technology, David has been on stage at Harvard Business SchoolPrinceton UniversityThe School of the New York TimesTechChill (Latvia), The Next Web (Netherlands), FutureNow (Slovakia), and the Future Health Summit (Ireland).

David is the founder of All Tech Is Human, an organization aimed at accelerating tech consideration, increasing methods of participation and onboarding people into the Responsible Tech ecosystem. In September, the organization is releasing its Guide to Responsible Tech: How to Get Involved & Build a Better Tech Future which is aimed at inspiring the next generation of responsible technologists and changemakers.

David is a frequent consultant and tech commentator, advocating for greater collaboration between industry and civil society, more interdisciplinary approaches to solving thorny tech/society issues, and better aligning technology with our individual and societal interests. In March, David became a founding member of TikTok’s Content Advisory Council (US), providing expertise around the delicate and difficult challenges facing social media platforms to expand expression while limiting harm. He is also an advisory board member for the Technology and Adolescent Mental Wellness (TAM) program and co-host of the podcast Funny as Tech, a show about our messy relationship with technology.


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