Kimberly Nevala

Kimberly Nevala

Strategic advisor at SAS

Appears in 46 Episodes

The State of Play in AI Ethics with Katrina Ingram

Katrina Ingram addresses AI power dynamics, regulatory floors and ethical ceilings, inevitability narratives, self-limiting predictions, and public AI education.   Kat...

Public Interest, Politics and Privacy with Paulo Carvão

Paulo Carvão discusses AI’s impact on the public interest, emerging regulatory schemes, progress over perfection, and education as the lynchpin for ethical tech.      ...

AI at Work w/ Christina Colclough

Dr. Christina Jayne Colclough reflects on AI Regulations at Work.In this capsule series, prior guests share their insights on current happenings in AI and intuitions a...

Putting Inclusion To Work w/ Giselle Mota

Giselle Mota reflects on Inclusion at Work in the age of AI.In this capsule series, prior guests share their insights on current happenings in AI and intuitions about ...

GAI in the Enterprise w/ Ganes Kesari

Ganes Kesari reflects on generative AI (GAI) in the Enterprise.In this capsule series, prior guests share their insights on current happenings in AI and intuitions abo...

Digital Ethics and Regulation w/ Chris McClean

Chris McClean reflects on Digital Ethics and Regulation in AI today.In this capsule series, prior guests share their insights on current happenings in AI and intuition...

Making Model Decisions w/ Dr. Erica Thompson

Dr. Erica Thompson reflects on Making Model Decisions about and with AI.In this capsule series, prior guests share their insights on current happenings in AI and intui...

Upskilling Human Decision Making w/ Roger Spitz

Roger Spitz reflects on Upskilling Human Decision Making in the age of AI.In this capsule series, prior guests share their insights on current happenings in AI and int...

Systems-Thinking in AI w/ Sheryl Cababa

Sheryl Cababa reflects on Systems Thinking in AI design.In this capsule series, prior guests share their insights on current happenings in AI and intuitions about what...

GAI Detection and Protection w/ Ilke Demir

Ilke Demir reflects on Generative AI (GAI) Detection and Protection.In this capsule series, prior guests share their insights on current happenings in AI and intuition...

LLMs and Beyond w/ Mark Bishop

Professor J Mark Bishop reflects on large language models (LLM) and beyond.In this capsule series, prior guests share their insights on current happenings in AI and in...

Environmental & Social Sustainability w/ Henrik Skaug Saetra

Henrik Skaug Sætra reflects on Environmental and Social Sustainability with AI.In this capsule series, prior guests share their insights on current happenings in AI an...

Diversity and Accessibility in AI w/ Yonah Welker

Yonah Welker reflects on Policymaking, Inclusion and Accessibility in AI today.In this capsule series, prior guests share their insights on current happenings in AI an...

Human-AI Interaction w/ Marisa Tschopp

Marisa Tschopp reflects on Human-AI interactions in AI. In this capsule series, prior guests share their insights on current happenings in AI and intuitions about what...

Regulatory Progress & Pitfalls w/ Patrick Hall

Patrick Hall drops in to provide a current take on risk, reward and regulation in AI today.In this bonus episode, Patrick reflects on the evolving state of play in AI ...

AI Stories at Work with Ganes Kesari

Ganes Kesari confronts AI hype and calls for balance, reskilling, data literacy, decision intelligence and data storytelling to adopt AI productively.                 ...

Keeping Work Human with Dr. Christina Colclough

Dr. Christina Colclough addresses tech determinism, the value of human labor, managerial fuzz, collective will, digital rights, and participatory AI deployment.Christi...

Practical Ethics with Reid Blackman

Reid Blackman confronts whack-a-mole approaches to AI ethics, ethical ‘do goodery,’ squishy values, moral nuance, advocacy vs. activism and overfitting for AI.Reid dis...

Generative AI: Unreal Realities with Ilke Demir

Ilke Demir depicts the state of generative AI, deepfakes for good, the emotional shelf life of synthesized media, and methods to identify AI-generated content.Ilke pro...

Plain Talk About Talking AI with J Mark Bishop

Professor J Mark Bishop reflects on the trickiness of language, how LLMs work, why ChatGPT can’t understand, the nature of AI and emerging theories of mind.Mark explai...

In AI We Trust with Chris McClean

Chris McClean reflects on ethics vs. risk, ethically positive outcomes, the nature of trust, looking beyond ourselves, privacy at work and in the metaverse.Chris outli...

AI for Sustainable Development with Henrik Skaug Sætra

Henrik Skaug Sætra contends humans aren’t mere machines, assesses AI thru a sustainable development lens and weighs the effect of political imbalances and ESG.Henrik e...

The Philosophy of AI with Dr. Mark Coeckelbergh

Dr. Mark Coeckelbergh contemplates the messy reality and political nature of AI, the interplay of technology with society, and the impact of AI on democracy.

Keeping Science in Data Science with Patrick Hall

Patrick Hall challenges data science norms, warns against magical thinking and malleable hypotheses, reflects on human-AI teaming and delivering value with AI.

Synthesizing the Future with Fernando Lucini

Fernando Lucini explains the potential applications, pitfalls, and work still to be done to make synthetic data ubiquitous.

The Future of Human Decision Making with Roger Spitz

Roger Spitz reconciles strategy with philosophy, contemplates the influence of AI systems and the skills required to make decisions in the face of uncertainty.

Risk vs. Rights in AI with Dorothea Baur

Dr. Dorothea Baur addresses ethical myths, unique issues posed by AI, universal rights, stakeholder advocacy and taking responsibility for our tech creations.

In AI We Trust with Marisa Tschopp

Marisa Tschopp contemplates trusting a human versus a machine, the risks in humanizing AI, and how we characterize our relationships with AI-enabled conversational sys...

AI’s World View with Dr. Erica Thompson

Dr Erica Thompson exposes the seductive allure of model land: a place where life is simply predictable and all your assumptions are true.

Designing for Human Experience with Sheryl Cababa

Sheryl Cababa discusses human centric design (HCD), why UX may be too successful and how systems thinking addresses human factors oft overlooked in design thinking.

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