Ana Chubinidze
Ana Chubinidze
Contributor, The Yuan

Ana Chubinidze is a founder and CEO of Adalan AI, a consulting firm on AI governance and policy; architect and director of non-profit organization AI Governance International; founding editorial board member of the Springer Nature’s AI and Ethics journal and member of the European AI Alliance.

Ana has worked for KMPG, Deloitte, PwC and EY, and prior to that she researched foresight regulations with the project Regional Academy on the United Nations. Her academic background is in international relations with a focus on international law and economics; non-academic interests in data science and neuroscience. Ana is based between Berlin, Germany, and Tbilisi, Georgia.

AI and Data Ethics in Healthcare
The future potential of AI technologies in the healthcare industry is limitless. But many ethical questions have been raised about healthcare data storage and data security issues as well as algorithmic decision-making, which need to be explored in their own ethical dimensions.
Ana Chubinidze,  |  Aug 25, 2021
AI and Data Ethics in Smart Cities
By 2030, the urban population will increase by 1.5 billion people while by 2050 68 percent of the world’s population is projected to live in cities. Significant urban growth trends pose major challenges to a city’s infrastructure, and finding solutions to ensure more sustainable cities is crucial. The answer could lie with AI but companies implementing the technology face monumental challenges.
Ana Chubinidze,  |  Jun 29, 2021