AI has a huge influence on our lives. From typing on your smartphone, to personalized recommendations on your favorite shopping website, intelligent machines are everywhere.

As our interactions with technology become more personalized, but with humans ultimately behind the creations, the question is: where does responsibility lie?
Download our latest whitepaper to discover the guiding principles behind ethical AI, and the toolkits you need for a responsible AI strategy.

What behaviors do we want to encourage?

AI is human-designed, and should reflect human values. What are the principles that are required for a responsible AI strategy?

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Human-centricity

Actively investigate for risks and biases. Having a human in the loop helps determine the automation and augmentation required.

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Reflection

Consider your actions with a simple test; how would you feel if your actions were reported on the front page of a newspaper?

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Adaptability

AI systems should provide opportunities for feedback and appeal, and to rapidly detect, mitigate, and correct unintended consequences.

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Clarity

A transparent and clear channel where we actively raise concerns, discuss, and deliberate on ethical dilemmas with diverse stakeholders is crucial.

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Transparency

A key aspect of transparent, auditable AI systems is that any AI decision made by the agent can be unpacked and explained.

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Human-centricity

Actively investigate for risks and biases. Having a human in the loop helps determine the automation and augmentation required.

AI ethics 1.0

Clarity

A transparent and clear channel where we actively raise concerns, discuss, and deliberate on ethical dilemmas with diverse stakeholders is crucial.

AI ethics 1.0

Reflection

Consider your actions with a simple test; how would you feel if your actions were reported on the front page of a newspaper?

AI ethics 1.0

Transparency

A key aspect of transparent, auditable AI systems is that any AI decision made by the agent can be unpacked and explained.

AI ethics 1.0

Adaptability

AI systems should provide opportunities for feedback and appeal, and to rapidly detect, mitigate, and correct unintended consequences.

Find the frameworks you need to implement an ethical AI strategy.

Download the whitepaper

Find the frameworks you need to implement an ethical AI strategy.

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