The Global Partnership on AI has published the GPAI 2022 Minister’s Declaration in Tokyo on November 23rd 2022. Please read the declaration here.
Prof. Marion Ho-Dac of AI Transparency Institute was recently interviewed by ActuAI magazine (Oct-Dec 2022)
Prof. Marion Ho-Dac discusses about consumer protection in relation to AI. See the post below.
A new book in the Cambridge Bioethics and Law series, called AI in eHealth: Human Autonomy, Data Governance and Privacy in Healthcare is just out. It is edited by Marcelo Corrales Compagnucci, Michael Lowery Wilson, Mark Fenwick, Nikolaus Fort and Till Brnighausen. The description of the book says: “The emergence of digital platforms and the […]
Why the resignation of the Dutch government is a good reminder of how important it is to monitor and regulate algorithms
Doaa Abu Elyounes provides an overview of why she thinks the resignation of the Dutch government is a good reminder of how important it is to monitor and regulate algorithms. The overview is an English translation of an op-ed she published in Globes Israeli Business Journal (in Hebrew). “The Dutch case clearly demonstrates why it is vital to maintain […]
With the upcoming EU AI Act, time to prepare for the conformity assessment and technical documentation is upon us. While AI Act is undergoing amendments by the EU parliament, the AI Transparency Institute has developed several tools that enable you to conduct your conformity assessment. Please reach out to us if you have questions about […]
We would like to congratulate Prof. Marion Hodac, General Secretary of the AI Transparency Institute, for having won a prestigious from Confiance.AI, with the institute. The institute is also affiliated to the project on AI Trustworthiness.
The European Union is planning new legislation aimed at curbing the worst harms associated with artificial intelligence. By Melissa Heikkiläarchive It’s a Wild West out there for artificial intelligence. AI applications are increasingly used to make important decisions about humans’ lives with little to no oversight or accountability. This can have devastating consequences: wrongful arrests, incorrect grades for students, […]
Global Trends Analysis: Aligning AI Governance Globally – Lessons from Current Practice By Amandeep Singh Gill Considering data and artificial intelligence (AI) as global commons could be crucial in ensuring that these key technologies of the 21st century benefit all of humanity. However, fragmented efforts of AI development and governance across the world risk diluting the effectiveness […]
The new Special Issue on Governance and AI: Challenges for a Sustainable Digital Ecosystem has been published in Springer’s AI and Ethics journal. The special issue was jointly guest edited by Eva Thélisson, Kshitij Sharma, and Himanshu Verma. The preface of the Special Issue was written by Jan Kleijssen, Director of Information Society and Action […]
Information technology — Artificial intelligence (AI) — Bias in AI systems and AI aided decision making By ISO This document addresses bias in relation to AI systems, especially with regards to AI-aided decision-making. Measurement techniques and methods for assessing bias are described, with the aim to address and treat bias-related vulnerabilities. All AI system lifecycle […]