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Getting from commitment to content in AI and data ethics: Justice and explainability (John Basl, Ronald Sandler, and Steven Tiell, Atlantic Council)

There is widespread awareness among researchers, companies, policy makers, and the public that the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and big data raises challenges involving justice, privacy, autonomy, transparency, and accountability. Organizations are increasingly expected to address these and other ethical issues. In response, many companies, nongovernmental organizations, and governmental entities have adopted AI or data ethics frameworks and principles meant to demonstrate a commitment to addressing the challenges posed by AI and, crucially, guide organizational efforts to develop and implement AI in socially and ethically responsible ways.

Getting from commitment to content in AI and data ethics: Justice and explainability – Atlantic Council