Lessons Learned from Assessing Trustworthy AI in Practice This article is published in Digital Society journal by several renowned researchers in the domain of Trustworthy AI. Abstract: Building artificial intelligence (AI) systems that adhere to ethical standards is a complex problem. Even though a multitude of guidelines for the design and development of such trustworthy […]
The European AI Liability Directives: Critique of a Half-Hearted Approach and Lessons for the Future This article, authored by Philipp Hacker, Chair of Law and Ethics of the Digital Society @ European University Viadriana, has been recently published in Computer Law & Security Review (51). Abstract: The optimal liability framework for AI systems remains an unsolved problem across the […]
The Presidio Recommendations on Responsible Generative AI World Economic Forum and AI Commons have jointly published a report on Responsible Generative AI. Generative artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to transform industries and society by boosting innovation and empowering individuals across diverse fields, from arts to scientific research. To ensure a positive future, it is […]
Exploring Institutions for Global AI Governance A new white paper by Google’s DeepMind investigates models and functions of international institutions that could help manage opportunities and mitigate risks of advanced AI. To read the full white paper, please click on the this link.
AI “Godfather” Yoshua Bengio Feels “Lost” over Life’s Work Zoe Kleinman of BBC News talks to Prof. Yoshua Bengio (ACM Turing Prize Laureate and renowned for his work on Deep learning and Artificial Neural Networks) on his concerns about AI development. To read the full article, please click on this link. Image credit: rawpixel.com on […]
G7 Hiroshima Leaders Communique: Article on AI Marc Rotenberg of the Center for AI and Digital Policy, wrote on his LinkedIn post about the G7 Hiroshima Leaders Communique’s article on AI. Here is an excerpt from his post: “We recognize that, while rapid technological change has been strengthening societies and economies, the international governance of […]
Marc Rotenburg, Founder at Center of AI and Digital Policy, has written a LinkedIn post on President Biden’s remarks about privacy, AI, Transparency, and Bias. Please click on this link to see his post.
Nine cities, cooperating through the Eurocities network, have developed a free to use open-source ‘data schema’ for algorithm registers in cities. The data schema, which sets common guidelines on the information to be collected on algorithms and their use by a city, supports the responsible use of AI and puts people at the heart of […]
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.