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Emily Campbell-Ratcliffe

Head of AI Assurance
Responsible Technology Adoption Unit

Emily Campbell-Ratcliffe is Head of AI Assurance at the Responsible Technology Adoption Unit (RTA), an expert directorate in the Department for Science, Innovation and Technology (DSIT) that works on enabling responsible innovation in AI and data driven technologies. 

Emily leads DSIT’s efforts to support the growth of an ethical, trustworthy, and effective AI assurance ecosystem in the UK, in order to drive the uptake of safe and ethical AI. She is also part of the OECD.AI network of experts, contributing to their Expert Groups on AI Risk & Accountability and Compute & Climate. 

Previously, she was a lead for the RTA’s AI monitoring function, looking at emerging transformative technologies, and has published work on the responsible publication of AI research, and how to manage its risks.



Managing the Emerging AI Risk Landscape in the Enterprise

3:25 pm
4:00 pm
Session Summary
Amid a heightened focus from regulators, there are many unknown risks emerging in the fast moving AI landscape. Enterprise organisations are under increasing pressure to manage the demand of business users to democratise access to AI systems and solutions. However, this requires a balanced approach to deliver at speed, without compromising compliance and governance requirements. Hear from our esteemed panel to understand what are the cornerstones of establishing a well governed AI risk management culture that balances governance and innovation in equal measure.

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