Hi Reddit! I'm Milena Pribic, Advisory Designer for AI and the global design representative for AI Ethics at IBM. Ask me anything about scaling ethical AI practices at a huge company!
Howdy from Austin, TX. I'm an advisory designer for the AI Design Practices team and the official design rep for AI Ethics at IBM. I help teams and clients establish and maintain ethical AI practices by running design exercises and co-creating resources with researchers, designers, and developers. I co-authored Everyday Ethics for AI (back when I was working on machine personality for Watson) and now I work closely with IBM's AI Ethics Board on evolving and scaling that initial work.
I've recently spoken about human/AI power dynamics and am working on establishing well-being metrics for AI as a co-chair of IEEE's Ethically Aligned Design for Business committee. I don't have a classical design or tech-y background and I love leveraging disciplines like psychology and philosophy in the work I do.
Looking forward to your questions!
EDIT: Thanks for all your questions! If you want to learn more about AI and ethics, check out the variety of sessions from IBM's Think 2021 conference.