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Responsible AI: How to Adopt an Ethical Model Within a Regulatory Environment

AiThority – by Kathryn Hughes

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a market disrupter bringing business opportunities, competitive advantage and transformative methods that accelerate the realization of desirable outcomes. AI also has the potential to threaten and undermine human rights or reinforce bias. The challenge is compounded by the fact that AI systems can be incredibly complex, including thousands of evolving variables in decision-making processes. If measurement and monitoring strategies are not included from the outset, AI systems will become hard to analyze.

To ensure this immensely powerful technology continues to foster economic growth and outcomes aligned with respect for societies and human rights, the European Union (EU) has proposed a landmark AI harmonization act mandating the use of Responsible AI.

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