The TEDx Talk of Josephine Yam, Skills4Good AI CEO & Co-Founder
A highly-accomplished Privacy and AI lawyer, AI ethicist, and CEO & Co-Founder of Skills4Good AI, Josephine Victoria Yam delves deep into the intricacies of the ethical and legal dilemmas posed by AI. She challenges us to question the adequacy of existing ethical frameworks in addressing AI’s harmful impacts and closing the algorithmic accountability gap in her TEDx talk, “How To Right Algorithmic Wrongs.”
Yam is not just a thought leader in her field but also a fervent advocate for equity, diversity, and inclusion in AI. Her accolades include being honored as a Top 100 Brilliant Women in AI Ethics, Top 21 Asian Entrepreneurs Shaking Up Canada, Responsible AI Institute’s Leader in Responsible AI, RBC Top 25 Canadian Immigrant, and Most Influential Filipina Woman in the World. Armed with executive leadership education from Stanford University, advanced legal education from Harvard Law School and the University of Toronto, a Master’s Degree in Philosophy (AI Ethics) from the University of Guelph, and a Master’s Degree in Law from the University of Calgary, Yam brings a wealth of knowledge and perspective to the conversation on the interplay between AI law and AI ethics.
Watch Josephine Yam’s enlightening TEDx talk now and join the movement toward a more just, equitable, and human-centered AI world.