Launch of our ‘AI Ethics Guidelines Global Inventory’

AlgorithmWatch's inventory of principles, voluntary commitments & frameworks for an ethical use of algorithms and AI (work in progress)

Today, we launch our AI Ethics Guidelines Global Inventory.

The way automated decision-making (ADM) systems should be regulated is hotly disputed. Recent months have seen a flurry of frameworks and principles that seek to set out principles of how ADM systems can be developed and implemented ethically. There are governmental initiatives (such as the report by the House of Lords in the UK) and supra-national efforts (such as the EU commission’s High Level Expert Group – see our comments on the draft here and a report on the final version here). The private and civil sectors have also not been idle.

With our AlgorithmWatch AI Ethics Guidelines Global Inventory, we started to map the landscape of these frameworks. They vary in content and detail, but we found a few common traits:

Our overview is certainly not complete; it is supposed to be a starting point. We assume there exist many more such guidelines that we are not aware of – for our lack of language skills, or simply because they have not been announced widely. This is why we invite all of you to submit further examples we have missed.

Visit the AI Ethics Guidelines Global Inventory and use the form to submit.

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