Ivana Bartoletti
Ivana Bartoletti
Contributor, The Yuan

Ivana Bartoletti is Global Chief Privacy Officer at Wipro and Visiting Policy Fellow at the Oxford Internet Institute. She is author of "An Artificial Revolution, on Power, Politics and AI" and founder of the ‘Women Leading in AI’ network.

AI in complex environments: the metaverse
Metaverse
The metaverse has prompted a lot of hype in recent years, but what is it exactly? AI expert Ivana Bartoletti takes a closer look at what the technology entails, and how it will likely affect people’s lives in the years to come.
Ivana Bartoletti  |  Sep 28, 2022
Ongoing AI governance initiatives and possible next steps
Governance
Regulation of AI systems and automated decision-making is gleaning more attention in global legislative, policy, regulatory and professional circles. The world is seeing a proliferation of initiatives as AI and Big Data support swift developments across almost every area - especially in health.
Ivana Bartoletti  |  Sep 19, 2022
Data sharing with trust
Open Data 2022
Ivana Bartoletti, global chief privacy officer at Wipro, warns that, as with medicine, getting the dosage right with tech is crucial.
Ivana Bartoletti  |  Jul 07, 2022
More sustainable AI can be achieved in five steps
Optimization
Given all the focus on the potential benefits of AI, its greenhouse gas emissions rarely get much attention. Reducing these emissions while using AI to help reduce discharges in other sectors will go far in making AI and other leading technologies more sustainable and eco-friendly.
Ivana Bartoletti  |  Jun 06, 2022
More Sustainable AI Is Crucial for the Future
Optimization
Ivana Bartoletti takes a look at the future actions that AI’s powerful players must take to win the world’s trust in innovation. This will make AI both more effective and safer, and better ensure that citizens’ personal data and individual rights are respected.
Ivana Bartoletti  |  May 30, 2022
Transparency by Deliberation
Optimization
Calls for greater transparency in the workings of artificial intelligence models have become more strident in recent years. Transparency mitigates issues of fairness, discrimination, and trust, and allows humans to see whether models have been thoroughly tested and make sense, and understand why particular decisions are made. Ivana Bartoletti defines the concept of transparency, those involved in AI development, and those impacted by the system.
Ivana Bartoletti  |  Dec 10, 2021
The Complex Issue of Fairness in AI(Part II)
Optimization
Ivana Bartoletti poses the question ‘What is fairness?’ as she continues to investigate the complex concept of artificial intelligence bias based on race, sex, and the economy, and proposes possible courses of action to build trust and address these issues.
Ivana Bartoletti  |  Nov 05, 2021
The Complex Issue of Fairness in AI(Part I)
Optimization
Artificial intelligence bias takes several forms. Ivana Bartoletti investigates the cause and effect of AI bias, and tackles what needs to be done to create trust in AI systems.
Ivana Bartoletti  |  Sep 29, 2021
Challenge of Human Oversight
Cognition
In the discourse around the use of AI one often hears that humans must remain in the loop. This human oversight element is at the heart of conformity assessments in the recent European Union AI Act. But what does human oversight really mean, and how does it work in practice?
Ivana Bartoletti  |  Aug 12, 2021
EU AI Rules Must Set Transparency at the Top of Their Totem Pole
Governance
The European Commission’s recent draft AI regulation ticks off obligations providers, manufacturers, distributors and users must bear, and spans the gamut of players in the AI chain.
Ivana Bartoletti  |  Jul 26, 2021
AI Governance: the EU AI Act What Does It Mean for the Health Sector?
Governance
AI solutions are driving the allocation of resources and actively define what individuals are exposed to: from credit scoring to facial recognition, predictive technologies to identifying fraudsters with precision, youth crime prevention tools, and algorithm-driven advertising. How far AI can go is already a reality we live every day.
Ivana Bartoletti  |  Jun 29, 2021