Article by Jessica Morley, Anat Elhalal, Francesca Garcia, Libby Kinsey, Jakob Mökander and Luciano Floridi. Published in Minds and Machines. Abstract: As the range of potential uses for Artificial Intelligence . . .
Article by Peter Cihon, Moritz J. Kleinaltenkamp, Jonas Schuett and Seth D. Baum. Published in IEEE Transactions on Technology and Society. Abstract: As artificial intelligence (AI) systems are increasingly deployed, . . .
Press Release. AI Global, a non-profit focused on advancing responsible AI, announced the beta launch of an independent and community driven Responsible AI certification system at George Washington University’s Bicentennial . . .
Organization focused on building tangible governance tools for trustworthy, safe, and fair Artificial Intelligence (AI). Through a first-of-its-kind certification system that qualifies AI systems, we support practitioners as they navigate . . .
Article by Jessica Morley, Caroline Morton, Kassandra Karpathakis, Mariarosaria Taddeo, and Luciano Floridi. Abstract: The potential presented by Artificial Intelligence (AI) for healthcare has long been recognised by the technical . . .
Podcast series launched in 2021. Produced by public radio station WHYY and Princeton University. Humanity is at an inflection point. More and more decisions once made by people are being . . .
Journal Article by Johann Jakob Häußermann and Christoph Lütge. Published in AI and Ethics. Abstract: Today, due to growing computing power and the increasing availability of high-quality datasets, artificial intelligence . . .
Online and in-person conference from October 18-19, 2021 in Alexandria, Virginia. Organized by Cambridge Innovation Institute. AI World Government provides a comprehensive two-day forum to educate federal agency leaders on . . .
Journal article by Jakob Mökander and Luciano Floridi. Published in Minds and Machines. Abstract: A series of recent developments points towards auditing as a promising mechanism to bridge the gap . . .
News Article by Matthew Hutson. Published in The New Yorker. Excerpt: In computer science, the main outlets for peer-reviewed research are not journals but conferences, where accepted papers are presented . . .