Responsible AI / Panelist

Amit Shah

United States

Amit Shah is the founder and CEO of, a stealth autonomous AI startup. Previously, he was president of He has been on the Mobile Marketing Association’s board of directors and executive committee since 2013 and joined Blue Apron’s board of directors in 2022. In 2019, he was named CMO of the Year for North America by the Consumer Goods Institute. Shah has also spoken extensively about emerging products and technologies and has had his work featured in numerous publications, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and Forbes. He has a master’s degree in liberal arts from Harvard University and a bachelor’s degree from Bowdoin College.

Learn more about Shah’s approach to AI via the Me, Myself, and AI podcast.

Voting History

Statement Response
Organizations are sufficiently expanding risk management capabilities to address AI-related risks. Neither agree nor disagree “As a board member with deep operational experience and now as a founder of an AI startup, I’m intimately familiar with the tightrope walk between seizing AI’s opportunities and mitigating its risks. We’re in an era where AI can be a catalyst for breakthroughs, driving efficiency and innovation and offering a competitive edge in the market. Yet it’s not without its perils. AI data privacy, ethical concerns, and potential biases are just the tip of the iceberg. The key is to navigate these waters with a strategic mindset, integrating tools and systems on AI governance, like those from Credo AI and Ketch, to ensure that AI initiatives align with regulatory standards and ethical norms. It’s about fostering a culture of responsible innovation, where we’re constantly evaluating the impact of our AI systems and ensuring that they serve our stakeholders’ interests and uphold the company’s values. This balance isn’t achieved overnight; it requires ongoing dialogue, education, and adaptation. It’s a dynamic equilibrium that is still in its early stages.”