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Special thanks to guest contributors Bradford Newman, Pamela Church and George Avraam.

New Baker McKenzie Survey of 500 US-Based C-Level Executives Reveals AI Blind Spots

Regulatory and enforcement agencies in the US are taking a closer look at artificial intelligence (AI) and its potential for bias and other harms, but a new Baker McKenzie study has found that many in the C-suite are overconfident in assessing AI threats. Meanwhile, critical blind spots exist in HR and hiring tools oversight.

Our AI and corporate oversight survey report features insights from 500 US-based C-level executives who self-identified as part of the decision-making team responsible for their organization’s adoption, use and management of AI-enabled tools.

Click here to download a copy of our survey results to examine the critical blind spots that exist, key challenges with these gaps and how to address them.

You can also view our press release on the findings here.