Cranium.ai Corp., a leading software firm specializing in artificial intelligence security and trust, has introduced the Cranium AI Card, a valuable resource for organizations seeking to evaluate and communicate the trustworthiness and compliance of their AI models.
The AI Card addresses critical concerns related to trustworthiness, security, and regulatory compliance associated with AI models. Through its user-friendly interface, the tool enables organizations to visualize and monitor the risk profiles of their AI applications across their entire supply chains.
By mapping potential vulnerabilities and threats, the AI Card facilitates real-time updates and customized security benchmarks for each provider. This comprehensive view of AI security and compliance across the supply chain empowers users to establish specific security benchmarks and monitoring criteria tailored to their unique business and compliance requirements.
Ensuring regulatory compliance is a key focus of the AI Card. The tool verifies organizations’ compliance with existing and upcoming regulations, incorporating frameworks such as the National Institute of Standards and Technology AI Risk Management Framework and the European Union AI Act. This capability guarantees that companies leveraging AI remain proactive in understanding and fulfilling their compliance obligations.
Another prominent feature of the AI Card is its ability to demonstrate the security and trustworthiness of an organization’s AI systems. This attribute is crucial for instilling confidence in clients and stakeholders amidst escalating cybersecurity threats and heightened regulatory scrutiny. By automatically gathering and inputting compliance information, the tool significantly streamlines the typically time-consuming process.
Jonathan Dambrot, Co-founder and CEO, emphasized the urgency behind developing the AI Card, stating, “As the market rapidly evolves, enterprises are increasingly concerned about regulatory compliance pressures. The AI Card was specifically designed to address this risk.”
Dambrot further highlighted the impact of OpenAI’s ChatGPT, which has prompted organizations of all sizes to realize their lack of visibility regarding AI usage and trustworthiness. He explained, “That’s why we introduced the Cranium AI Card.”
In April, Cranium made headlines when it emerged as an independent company following its incubation at KPMG Studio and secured venture capital funding from SYN Ventures Management L.P. As the inaugural startup to emerge from KPMG Studio, the tech incubator of KPMG International Ltd., Cranium continues to make strides in shaping the future of AI security and trust.