Tips from VP of Impact and Experience, Dr. Jeffrey Bergin 

About Dr. Jeffery Bergin

Dr. Jeff Bergin, Vice President of Learning and Experience at General Assembly, specializes in accelerated technical training for career and workforce readiness, including ethical AI use. Dr. Bergin has a strong background in learner-centered pedagogies and online learning design and is the editor of the recently published book, “Supporting Self-Regulated Learning and Student Success in Online Courses.” Dr. Bergin has also held leadership roles at Universal Technical Institute, Macmillan Learning, and Pearson and has published and presented on various online learning topics.

How Tech Workers Can Practice Responsible AI

As technology continues to disrupt how we approach work, practicing responsible AI is paramount.

Here are 5 key steps from Dr. Jeff to ensure you’re contributing ethically to the AI landscape:

5 Tips to Practice Responsible AI

1. Be Cautious and Compliant

2. Be Part of a Community of Practice

3. Design for Ethics

4. Be Proactive

5. Stay Informed

Building an AI-Ethical Future

In conclusion, practicing responsible AI means striking a balance between innovation and ethical considerations. Be cautious, stay connected, design with ethics in mind, and always prioritize people. Continuous education and staying informed are key to navigating the evolving landscape of responsible AI. Together, we can shape a responsible and ethical AI future.

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