Ian Kerr, Professor at the University of Ottawa and EPIC Advisor, presented a paper he co-authored at the G7 Multistakeholder Conference on Artificial Intelligence. The primary goal of the event was to bring those in industry, researchers, and civil society together for practical discussions regarding AI. The aim was to be human-centric, foster societal trust, while also building a common vision on best approaches to the ever-changing landscape of AI.
The paper was developed at the request of the Canadian Government to support the conference. Co-leads from Canada and Japan wrote the paper in the hopes of sparking discussions on the key issues of accountability and trust.
Kerr and the co-authors start by setting out various concepts and distinctions worth noting when thinking about accountability and trust in AI. Then analyzes potential actions for different stakeholder groups for the future. You can read the entire paper here.
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