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Open Ethics Initiative – the movement for AI self-disclosure - 0 views

    "Open Ethics for AI is like Creative Commons for the content. We aim to build trust between machines and humans by helping machines to explain themselves. We're developing an open transparency protocol to help product-owners describe their AI-powered solutions in a standardized, user-friendly, and explicit way. Open Ethics is a global inclusive initiative with the mission to engage citizens, legislators, engineers, and subject-matter experts into a transparent design and deployment of solutions backed by artificial intelligence to make a positive societal impact." data passport, open ethics label, decentralized approach to self-disclosure,
Thanasis Priftis

AI Explainability 360 - 0 views

    "AI Explainability 360 This extensible open source toolkit can help you comprehend how machine learning models predict labels by various means throughout the AI application lifecycle. We invite you to use it and improve i"
Thanasis Priftis

EPIC - EPIC Files Complaint with FTC about Employment Screening Firm HireVue - 0 views

    "EPIC Files Complaint with FTC about Employment Screening Firm HireVue Today, EPIC filed a complaint with the FTC alleging that recruiting company HireVue has committed unfair and deceptive practices in violation of the FTC Act. EPIC charged that HireVue falsely denies it uses facial recognition. EPIC also said the company failed to comply with baseline standards for AI decision-making, such as the OECD AI Principles and the Universal Guidelines for AI. The company purports to evaluate a job applicant's qualifications based upon their appearance by means of an opaque, proprietary algorithm. EPIC has brought many similar consumer privacy complaints to the FTC, including a complaint on Facebook's facial recognition practices that contributed to the FTC's 2019 settlement with Facebook. Last year EPIC also asked the FTC to investigate the Universal Tennis Rating system, a secret technique for scoring high school athletes"
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