Alphabet has published a set of principles to promote the responsible use of AI, followed by white papers, case studies, fairness indicators, and ethical dashboards and tool suites for enterprises and developers that use its technologies for building their own AI systems.
EOS continues to engage with the company on its human rights impacts and gaining oversight from the board.
Case studies are shown to demonstrate engagement, EOS does not make any investment recommendations and the information is not an offer to buy or sell securities.
Dr Christine Chow
Lead: Asia & Emerging Markets. Sector lead: Technology
Dr Christine Chow is head of engagement in Asia and global emerging markets. She has 24 years’ experience working in the investment management industry, research and consulting. Christine's PhD thesis on shareholder engagement for responsible investment was short-listed for a UN award in Sweden for industry relevance and academic excellence. Christine is an elected member of the Court of governors at the London School of Economics (LSE) and a member of the School’s Investment Sub-Committee. She is a member of the Data Governance Task Force of the UK All Party Parliamentary Group on Artificial Intelligence and a board member of the International Corporate Governance Network (ICGN). In September 2019, she was named as one of Brummell Magazine’s Inspirational Women in the City of London. The list celebrates 30 female who are leaders in their respective fields, as chosen by an independent panel of industry professionals across the financial sector. Christine is a graduate of LSE and the University of Melbourne. She completed an executive education course on financial engineering at Stanford University.
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