Best Practice AI Is First UK AI Firm to Join the World Economic Forum’s Global AI Council and Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Best Practice AI Ltd, the leading boutique AI management consultancy and publisher of the world’s leading AI use case library, announced that Simon Greenman, Co-Founder and Partner, has accepted the invitation to join the World Economic Forum’s Global AI Council. Best Practice AI also announced that it has become the first UK AI company to join the World Economic Forum Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution’s AI programme. This invitation followed the firm’s contribution to the WEF’s Empowering AI Leadership Board Toolkit project.
“The speed and scale of technological change in the Fourth Industrial Revolution is creating challenges and opportunities,” said Kay Firth-Butterfield, Head of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning at the World Economic Forum. “Best Practice AI is a key part of the team on the Empowering AI Leadership project. Governments, and businesses need to understand how best to maximise the opportunities from the rise of AI whilst minimizing the negative possibilities of the technology. We look forward to continuing to collaborate with Best Practice AI in examining these pressing questions.”
“I am honoured to be joining the AI Global Council to help provide strategic guidance on ways organisations can maximise the opportunities and minimise the risks from AI,” said Simon Greenman, Co-Founder and Partner of Best Practice AI. “We help our clients build sustainable competitive advantage from responsible AI and we are delighted that the WEF has recognised our work in this space. We look forward to continuing working with the WEF to better equip leaders to identify and realise the benefits responsible AI can bring to their business and the world beyond.”
“Best Practice AI has extensive corporate leadership experience driving digital and data transformation,” said Tim Gordon, Co-Founder and Partner at Best Practice AI. “This allows us to provide clear and realistic advice on how AI can be used to create competitive advantage. We were very proud to be chosen to work with the WEF alongside some of the giants of the industry. Working with the WEF helps us to support the widespread adoption of responsible AI.”