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SAP Joins Hands with Stanford University to Build Responsible AI

CIO Insider Team | Friday, 3 November, 2023
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Cloud solutions provider SAP has joined Stanford University's AI program where experimenters and masterminds at the company will work with the academic community, including exploration faculty and scholars, on the crossroads of generative AI and business.

SAP will support Stanford University Human- Centered Artificial Intelligence commercial chapter program's exploration, policy and education efforts to help responsibly make and apply artificial intelligence( AI).

In addition, the company said at its TechEd event then that it will commit expertise and resources to help the HAI Corporate Affiliate Program explore the frontier of generative AI in business and how the new technologies will transfigure diligence and husbandry.

SAP is deeply engaged with turning AI's eventuality into reality for numerous of the world's leading companies.

"Generative AI offers a whole new world of opportunities to simplify and optimize business processes. As AI evolves at a rapid pace, we need to ensure that it is developed with three guiding principles: relevance, reliability and responsibility," said Juergen Mueller, Chief Technology Officer and member of the Executive Board of SAP SE.

"Stanford's HAI has played a pivotal role in accelerating advancements in foundational models, particularly in the realm of AI safety and the consideration of this new technology's societal impacts," said James Landay, vice director and faculty director of research for HAI, Stanford.

SAP will support Stanford University Human- Centered Artificial Intelligence commercial chapter program's exploration, policy and education efforts to help responsibly make and apply artificial intelligence( AI).

"Our faculty and student body look forward to collaborating with SAP as we aim to unlock novel use cases and develop new research contributions," Landay added.

The occasion for experimenters and masterminds at SAP to engage with the Stanford academic community, including exploration faculty and scholars, on the crossroad of generative AI and business will also benefit the broader technology and business community.

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