AIAAIC is an independent, non-partisan, public interest initiative that examines and makes the case for real AI, algorithmic, and automation transparency and openness.
AIAAIC's independent, free, open library identifies and assesses 950+ incidents and controversies driven by and relating to AI, algorithms, and automation.
NIST AI Risk Management Framework references (pdf) the AIAAIC Repository as a safety, validity & reliability resource
The Ada Lovelace Institute names the AIAAIC Repository a 'best practice' AI ethical review research open database
Forrester Research study draws on AIAAIC Repository to set out how to build confidence and trust in AI decision-making
University of Cambridge/Data & Society Research Institute study praises the AIAAIC Repository for 'painstakingly ... establish[ing] the significant scale of algorithmic harms' across the world
AIAAIC founder Charlie Pownall discusses the trustworthiness of black box systems with IEEE Spectrum
AI, algorithmic, and automation incident and controversy taxonomy
Creation of a practical, accessible, and extensible taxonomy of AI, algorithmic, and automation incidents and controversies
Crowdsourced collection of current and proposed laws mandating the transparency of AI and algorithmic systems
AIAAIC believes that AI, algorithms, and automation, and the organisations and individuals involved in their design, development, and deployment, must be transparent and honest about their aims and how they go about pursuing them. More
Transparency is cited as a core principle of ethical, responsible, and trustworthy AI. But it is often approached in a partial, piecemeal, and reactive manner.
Here's why real transparency and openness of AI, algorithmic and automation systems is needed, and what it should look like.
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