Projects  |    |  April 8, 2019

Building Trust in Human-Centric Artificial Intelligence

Project of the European Commission to launch a comprehensive piloting phase involving stakeholders on the widest scale in order to test the practical implementation of ethical guidance for AI development and use. This builds on the work of the High Level Working Group established by the Commission in 2018, and the ethical guidelines they developed.  

The Commission highlights the key requirements for trustworthy AI in the communication:

  1. Human agency and oversight
  2. Technical robustness and safety
  3. Privacy and Data Governance
  4. Transparency
  5. Diversity, non-discrimination and fairness
  6. Societal and environmental well-being
  7. Accountability

Aiming to operationalise these requirements, the Guidelines present an assessment list that offers guidance on each requirement’s practical implementation. At the first AI Alliance Assembly on 26 June 2019 the Commission officially launched the piloting phase of the assessment list involving stakeholders on the widest scale in order to reach consensus on the key requirement ensuring that the guidance can be tested and implemented in practice.

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