Governance for AI including ownership

  • 25/04/2024
  • 9:30am - 12:00pm CEST
  • Microsoft Teams
About the meeting

In this online meeting we will hear about governance for AI, including ownership. Presentation by Andreas Ringsted from Open Communication and Boris Nyland from Fellowmind. Andreas and Boris will talk about:

  • AI strategy crafting:
    Delve into creating a framework for AI strategy, highlighting the significance of foresight in policy-making and strategic alignment across the digital workspace.
  • Stakeholder management:
    Engage in a dialogue about mapping out key stakeholders, determining ownership roles, and deploying a collaborative approach.
  • Policies and regulations
    Discuss the mechanisms for embedding policy and compliance into the fabric of AI utilization, including practical steps for ensuring data integrity and adherence to regulatory standards with tools like Sensitivity Labels.
  • Technical deployment:
    Explain how we assess data security risks based on data related to data sources and permissions and ensure that data is protected and used in compliance with data privacy regulations – and – deliver insights on how we address technical hick-ups and support users in building good practices.
  • Case Study – Governance Applied:
    Present an example of AI governance and ownership in action, detailing the journey of managing Copilot in a corporate setting, with an emphasis on the lessons learned and best practices established.

We will also share knowledge among the participants about AI in the digital workplace in general.


09.30 Welcome to the meeting
09.35 Short presentation of each member
09.50 Members help members with their challenges
10.15 Break
10.30 Presentation: Governance for AI including ownership
11.30 Networking
12.00 Thank you, and see you next time

Get a free meeting

Do not hesitate to contact meeting facilitator Kurt Kragh Sørensen at or +45 4018 1655 if you are interested in a free meeting.

Consultants and vendors are not allowed as members of the group.

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