Diya K. Wynn

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Responsible AI Lead

Diya is a Responsible AI Lead at AWS that started and led customer engagement globally on Responsible AI. In 2023, she was named one of Business Insiders top 15 in Enterprise AI and top 100 in AI, one of 100 Brilliant Women in AI EthicsTM, received the VentureBeat Women in AI – Responsible AI and was a finalist for Women in AI – AI for Good Responsible AI leader. She makes Responsible AI practical and accessible. Her focus with organizations is the intentional action of building trust in AI by mitigating risks and uncovering potential unintended impacts related to its development, deployment and its use. She has met with legislators and policy makers globally to provide perspective to influence imminent regulation and policy on AI. For the first 15 years of her career, she worked in early-stage companies in consulting and in roles focused on scaling products for acquisition. She is an author and international speaker; serves on non-profit boards; volunteers through multiple organizations; and guest lectures on responsible and inclusive technology.

When she isn’t working hard on the future of AI, she’s working hard to influence the future. For Diya, this starts at home with her two sons but extends to the dozens she mentors, whom she encourages to color outside the lines, defy the odds, and redefine boundaries.

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