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Preamble CEO selected for CEOcircle Program’s new cohort

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Preamble is the only AI safety and PA company in the 2023 cohort

Jeremy McHugh, CEO and co-founder of Preamble, Inc., has been named a member of the new cohort for CEOcircle, a program launched in 2021 by Bunker Labs and JPMorgan Chase Commercial Banking. The year-long program builds a brain-trust of peers dedicated to helping companies scale and grow through education, connections, and networking.

Preamble is a Pittsburgh-based technology startup pioneering SaaS-based safety and security for generative AI systems. It is the only AI safety-focused business and Pennsylvania-based company in the 2023 cohort. McHugh is a veteran of the United States Air Force.

“Being a part of CEOcircle is an honor, and insights we’ll gain to grow Preamble are especially timely, given the intensity of AI development and adoption by governments, enterprises, and organizations –including here in Pennsylvania,” said McHugh.

AI Safety Implications in Pennsylvania
McHugh noted that Preamble is uniquely positioned to support the recent Executive Order endorsed by Governor Josh Shapiro of Pennsylvania for responsible and ethical use of generative AI within Commonwealth agencies.

“As one of few technology companies dedicated to AI safety, we are committed to helping public and private sector organizations in Pennsylvania – and globally – advance their integration of AI in safe, responsible, and ethical ways for security, risk mitigation, and compliance.”

The PA Executive Order requires standards and a governance framework, emphasizing core values of AI safety, security, accuracy, mission alignment, and transparency. The initiative aims to protect Pennsylvania consumers from AI-related threats and ensure AI’s safe integration into state functions.

Preamble also recently announced it has joined NVIDIA Inception, a program that nurtures startups revolutionizing industries with technological advancements. It is also a member of MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) Alliances and Penn State University’s Nittany AI Alliance.