Video: Workday’s Commitment to Responsible AI and Data Privacy

Workday is committed to prioritizing data privacy and responsible AI to create technology that our customers can trust. Discover how our chief privacy officer, vice president of public policy, and chief responsible AI officer work together to advance responsible innovation.

As we celebrate Data Privacy Week, we’re taking a moment to reflect on the significance of safeguarding personal information in today’s digital world. At Workday, we’re committed to building products our customers can trust. We recognize that the laws surrounding new innovations such as AI are rapidly emerging, and as companies continue to move forward with these advancements, it's imperative that privacy remains a top priority.

It takes the collective engagement of many teams across Workday to innovate responsibly while safeguarding privacy. We take a comprehensive and inclusive approach to data protection and innovation. For instance, we work together to help ensure transparency, fulfill our commitments to our customers, and advocate for fair and balanced policies. We invest in training and upskilling for our teams so that we can speak a common language about new technologies. As founding members of the IAPP AI Governance Center, we invite a wide range of employees to participate in the IAPP AI Governance training and certification.

I recently had the opportunity to speak with Chandler C. Morse, our vice president of public policy, and Kelly Trindel, our chief responsible AI officer, about our efforts to promote responsible AI and our collaboration with the Future of Privacy Forum to establish best practices that prioritize data privacy while embracing the power of AI.

Check out the video below to learn more about Workday’s dedication to data privacy and responsible AI, and our commitment to innovation that benefits society.

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