Maybe you’re part of discussions on AI ethics for your organization. Or maybe you’re working to conceptualize your own guardrails and boundaries. Consider these 5 tips to drafting a living policy for responsible AI use:
- Define key terms. Not everyone is coming to the table with the same experience and lexicon. This terminology will need to be updated frequently as the landscape evolves.
- List your dos and don’ts. For example, “don’t input proprietary information in generative AI tools” and “do keep comprehensive records of data sources, inputs, and outputs.”
- Communicate approval on the use of tools. Consider assembling a “green list” of AI solutions that your team can explore, as well as a “red list” of tools with explicit reasons to avoid. Have a process in place for employees to submit a request to use new tools for clear purposes.
- Articulate clear ethical guidelines. Include a statement of moral positioning on the subject of generative AI in your organization, like “Don’t use output to create misleading, fraudulent, biased, or harmful content.”
- Specify governance and oversight. Make it explicitly clear who is responsible for reviewing AI usage and responding to legal inquiries.
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