Accenture gets Arnab Chakraborty as first Chief Responsible AI Officer

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Accenture gets Arnab Chakraborty as first Chief Responsible AI Officer
With more than two decades of expertise, Arnab holds 10 patents in machine learning solutions for business challenges.

Accenture has announced the appointment of Arnab Chakraborty, a longstanding leader in Accenture’s data & AI practice, as its first chief responsible AI officer, effective immediately.

The company has announced the recent appointment as it continues to expand its capability to assess, design, implement, scale, and responsibly monitor AI systems to help its clients across industries drive value and growth.

With more than two decades of expertise, Arnab holds 10 patents in machine learning solutions for business challenges.

He has been involved in shaping the WEF AI Governance Alliance and as a member of the US Senate AI Insight Forum where he advises on the practical considerations of balancing AI innovation while mitigating risks.

“Clients are eager to embrace the potential of generative AI, and we are ready to help them build responsible AI into every use. We do this for ourselves, and we can use that example to help our clients find success faster,” said Julie Sweet, chair and CEO, Accenture.

“Our focus is to enable our clients to innovate AI safely and be ready to seize the opportunities that AI will bring in the decades ahead”, Julie Sweet added.

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With the appointment of its first chief responsible AI officer, Accenture is taking steps to expand its responsible AI capabilities, solutions, platforms, ecosystem partnerships and thought leadership including:

  • Expanding advisory and technology services to help companies establish policies, principles and standards and implement them through risk assessments and testing frameworks, powered by technology, assets and platforms, as well as ongoing monitoring and compliance, including navigate evolving regulatory landscapes, such as the EU AI Act.
  • Introducing managed services that monitor AI solutions, systems and controls to help companies comply with fast-changing regulations.
  • Investing in capabilities in gen AI testing, ongoing compliance, regulation management and security, and scaling these with its ecosystem partners.
  • Focusing on education and empowerment through responsible AI academies for Accenture people and for clients, including their boards of directors and top leadership.

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