Former prime minister "delighted" to lead US-based Afiniti's advisory board.Read more
Former Prime Minister David Cameron has been appointed as chair of the advisory board of Afiniti, which describes itself as the world’s leading provider of AI-based behavioral pairing technology.
The company, based in Washington DC, said: "Mr Cameron joins a senior group of former and current business and political leaders on the advisory board, who provide Afiniti with global counsel on critical issues to the company as it continues to expand in markets around the world".
Mr Cameron, who resigned after the EU referendum, said: "I have been exploring developments in AI for some time to better understand how industry and policymakers can collaborate in solving these challenges and ensuring that AI serves people's everyday lives"..”
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Mr Cameron quit as an MP after leaving Downing Street in the wake of the 2016 Brexit referendum vote, and has largely kept a low profile since then.
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