Report: Responsible AI – Key Themes, Concerns & Recommendations for European Research and Innovation

A new report entitled “Responsible AI – Key Themes, Concerns & Recommendations for European Research and Innovation” has been released by the HUB4NGI project (https://www.hub4ngi.eu/) that reports results from a consultation with cross-disciplinary experts in and around the subject of Responsible AI. “Responsible AI” is an umbrella term for investigations into legal, ethical and moral standpoints of autonomous algorithms or applications of AI whose actions may be safety-critical or impact the lives of citizens in significant and disruptive ways. The document provides input into the advisory processes that determine European support for both research into Responsible AI; and how innovation using AI that takes into account issues of responsibility can be supported.

It is available at https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1303252

The report's full citation is: Taylor, Steve, Pickering, Brian, Boniface, Michael, Anderson, Michael, Danks, David, Følstad, Asbjørn, Leese, Matthias, Müller, Vincent, Sorell, Tom, Winfield, Alan, Woollard, Fiona: Responsible AI – Key Themes, Concerns & Recommendations for European Research and Innovation, (2018). Zenodo. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1303252

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Pateikė Jaroslav BARAN Ket, 02/08/2018 - 10:50

Hello Steve,

Thanks for sharing the report with us. Do you think your group will elaborate on this? As Ms Sloane mentioned in another contribution, qualitative analysis is important.

Coming from the qualitative research area myself, I am wondering whether another iteration of the Delphi questionnaire would bring even more insightful results.

Also, as this thread may not get the prominence it deserves, feel free to upload the report to the Open Library.

Kind regards,

Jaroslav