Artificial intelligence must be ‘governable’ and ‘used for good’, says a declaration from 28 countries represented at the AI Safety Summit.
Shareholders with a controlling interest influence not only financial matters but can also wield great power over policy and politics.
Innovative digital tools can help boards to deliver against strategic objectives, but it is the quality of the data that counts.
Knowing how to ask great questions is perhaps the most underappreciated skill of great data-driven leaders.
Knowledge and skills in the boardroom must evolve with the risks and opportunities presented by technology—as well as its associated data—if companies are to remain competitive.
Possession of and access to data has become central to modern business. Nigel Parr of law firm Ashurst says it has become so important that it is now a key issue for competition watchdogs.
Reforms to corporate governance could require greater board evaluation, but this needn’t be a headache. Technology in the shape of an external evaluation tool can help give businesses an edge, especially in the collection and anonymisation of data.
Blake Stephenson, principal product manager – Board & Leadership Solutions, Nasdaq Corporate Solutions, explores why culture is key for boardrooms to keep pace with technological change and mitigate risk.