Philosophical questions about corporate purpose and transformation joined ESG, diversity and AI as the thought-provoking themes of 2021.
Researchers say that the use of artificial intelligence on boards “is possible with minor reconsiderations to the current legislation”.
From the Post Office scandal to chatbots creating their own language, AI is in danger of becoming ungovernable without human intervention.
A leader who is highly effective in one organisation may face quite different demands in another—especially in the post-Covid era.
Researchers suggest treating artificial intelligence and machine learning as a corporate responsibility issue could help mitigate its risks.
The asset manager has filed a shareholder resolution calling for Alphabet, Google’s parent company, to review its whistleblowing policies.
Research suggests large companies need two layers of AI governance if they are not only to supervise its use but also exploit its advantages.
Survey reveals more than two-thirds of companies plan to implement AI technologies in the next 12 months.
While a number of directors’ tasks could be “augmented”—or entirely substituted—by the use of AI, questions remain over liability.
To address challenges such as Covid-19, a responsible innovation process is required. Here’s how corporate governance can help.