12pm – Ethical and Moral Leadership in a World of AI

Abstract

As artificial intelligence (AI) advances, ethical and moral leadership become paramount in ensuring responsible AI development and deployment. This presentation underscores the vital role of leadership in shaping ethical and moral frameworks to safeguard the flourishing and freedom of humanity in the face of AI. Drawing from AI, marketing, sales, and ethics, it emphasizes the need for proactive engagement, comprehensive understanding, and collaboration among diverse stakeholders. By fostering cultures of responsibility and transparency, ethical leaders can steer AI towards a future that prioritizes human well-being and guards against potential disasters. This research serves as a call to action for leaders to embrace their ethical and moral responsibilities and champion responsible advancement and control of AI.

Presenter

Dr. Lee Allison, Ph.D.

Assoc. Professor in the College of Engineering, Dept. of Engineering Technology and Industrial Distribution – Texas A&M University

Dr. Allison is an Associate Professor in the College of Engineering in the Department of Engineering Technology and Industrial Distribution. Her research interests include sales, learning pedagogy, personal branding, ethics and artificial intelligence, particularly focused at the nexus of these activities and their influence on industrial distribution and supply chain. This is an emergent area of vital concern to The Department of Engineering and Industrial Distribution and offers an opportunity to contribute to industry partners and their success as well as the field more broadly. Her interests in these areas emerged from her career working in distribution. This professional experience informs and fuels her passion for teaching and advising students, and her weekly podcast AI in Supply.

Breakfast, Lunch, Parking and Exhibitor Booths are all Complimentary


  • Lunch - Ethics Main Balroom
     April 17, 2024
     12:00 pm - 1:00 pm