Credo AI’s Founder and CEO Navrina Singh Appointed to the National Artificial Intelligence Advisory Committee (NAIAC)

Navrina Singh
Founder & CEO
April 14, 2022
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“We must remain steadfast in mitigating the risks associated with (artificial intelligence), while ensuring that all Americans can benefit.”

Those were the words used by U.S. Deputy Secretary of Commerce Don Graves in announcing the appointment of the inaugural 27 members to the National Artificial Intelligence Advisory Committee (NAIAC). And I couldn’t agree more. 

The recent creation of the NAIAC, which will advise President Biden and the National AI Initiative Office on a range of issues related to AI, is an important step in ensuring the U.S. is the worldwide leader in AI … and in its ethical development and adoption to build trust.  

And that is why I am delighted to be one of those 27 AI leaders named to serve on the NAIAC! 

It is an incredible honor, but more importantly a responsibility that I am eager to accept. My career and my company, Credo AI, are centered on ensuring that AI meets its potential to change lives and our world ethically and responsibly. 

That will be part of our charge on the NAIAC and I am excited by the impact our work will have on the future of AI in the U.S.

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