The European AI Alliance is both a gate of resources and a forum dedicated to all legal, technical, and economic implications that artificial intelligence (AI) presents to our societies. It brings together legislators and citizens, academics and practitioners, public authorities, civil society, business, and consumer organisations in an open and multidisciplinary community of exchange.
Documents such as the Ethics Guidelines for Trustworthy AI and the European Commission’s AI Act were shaped in the discussions generated by the AI Alliance. All events, document repositories and AI practices shared here, reflect upon Europe’s policy landscape of artificial intelligence and contribute to its further building.
Browse the resources
All content and resources shared in the AI Alliance are publicly available and accessible for everyone to consult.
Share your own content
Members of the AI Alliance can contribute to the community by publishing their own resources in the Open Library or discussing their Best Practices in implementing Trustworthy AI. Other types of updates can be shared on News & Events.
Resources informing the community on AI related topics or generating relevant discussions, can be shared in text, audio and video format. They can include scientific publications, papers on specific topics, databases of AI incidents, recordings from webinars, interviews, MOOCs, websites or any other content that helps raising awareness on member’s AI related work and interests.
Join the discussions
Discussions are the moving force of the AI Alliance. They can be shaped as ideas, questions, blogs and other posts initiated in the Forum or they can be comments posted under any other content published on the AI Alliance. In the occasion of Events organised by the European Commission or other entities associated with the AI Alliance, the community can join the discussion by participating in-person or sharing relevant content before, during and after the event.
Self-Assess your AI Systems
Following consultations with the AI Alliance community, the High-Level Expert Group on AI developed a check-list with key requirements for Trustworthy AI. The Insight Centre for Data Analytics at University College Cork, has translated this list into a prototype web based tool, helping developers and deployers to assess their systems. The tool can be browsed through the Trustworthy AI in Practice section of the AI Alliance.
Receive regular updates
Members of the AI Alliance have also access to the AI Alliance newsletter, sharing the latest news, events and resources published on the AI Alliance on a regular basis.
Become a member
The European AI Alliance is hosted on the European Commission's Futurium platform and is freely accessible to all. You can become a member of the European AI Alliance in 2 steps:
Make sure you followed step 1 correctly:
- If you don’t already have an EU login, you will automatically be requested to insert your email address.
- A confirmation email will arrive to your inbox asking you to choose a password for your new EU Login.
- After having inserted your password, you can click on proceed.
- You are about to become a member of Futurium, you can do so by accepting the privacy statement.
Make sure you followed step 2 correctly:
- Once you join Futurium you can proceed with requesting your European AI Alliance membership.
- Go to the AI Alliance and click on the “request membership” button you will find on the top right side of the page.
- Fill in your membership request. Your application will be approved by the AI Alliance community managers. Please note that this process can take some time. Once your registration is validated, you will receive an email notification. You will then be able to access the European AI Alliance and start contributing.
In case you encounter difficulties when registering, please contact the Futurium team.