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 […]
The AI Transparency Institute is pleased to share with you the final version of the compromise proposal, prepared by Czech Presidency. This document serves as basis for a possible General Approach. The Czech Presidency invites the delegations to make their final remarks, before the text is submitted to Core working group on 11 November 2022, for a discussion scheduled on 18 […]
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 […]
Please consider submitting your work to the Special Issue on “AI & Big Data Analytics for Emergency Preparedness and Responses Systems”. The deadline for submission is 21 September 2022. For more information, please refer to the call for papers here.
Melissa Heikkilä writes in MIT Technology Review about this incredible achievement by DeepMind’s AlphaFold, which has successfully predicted the structure of nearly all proteins known to science. Read the full article here.
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 AI Transparency Institute participated in the International Conference on Responsible AI at The Hague, Netherlands in May 2022. Please read the full report here.
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, […]