[LINK] RFC: Article Series on 'Responsible AI'
Roger.Clarke at xamax.com.au
Mon Mar 4 20:50:06 AEDT 2019
I've put a proposal to Computer Law & Security Review for a series of
three articles on 'Responsible AI'.
It's all drafted, and I need to submit it in about a week's time.
I'd very much appreciate the thoughts of people in the link community.
The biggest payback for me is of course the detection of outright
errors, seriously misleading expressions, missed opportunities, and
passages that are incomprehensible.
But any observations at all of the 'constructively negative' variety can
be very helpful.
0. Series Overview (1 x A4 page):
1. Why the World Wants Controls over Artificial Intelligence
2. Principles and Business Processes for Responsible AI
3. Regulatory Alternatives for AI
The articles can be read in sequence. But it's intended that key
elements should make reasonable sense if read in a standalone manner, in
particular these bits:
- The Threats Inherent in AI
- Stakeholder and Multi-Stakeholder Risk Assessment and Management
- Principles for Responsible AI
The 10 Abstract Principles
The 50 Detailed Principles
- A Co-Regulatory Framework for AI
Many thanks! ... Roger
Roger Clarke mailto:Roger.Clarke at xamax.com.au
T: +61 2 6288 6916 http://www.xamax.com.au http://www.rogerclarke.com
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Visiting Professor in the Faculty of Law University of N.S.W.
Visiting Professor in Computer Science Australian National University
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