ETHICAL AI NEWSLETTER

Sign up to receive the latest insights on ethical AI and its actual impact

Each month, we’ll bring together information from industry leaders and experts within tech, law, and leadership, providing you with the most up to date information on ethical AI. By subscribing to this newsletter, you will not only be able to answer “what is ethical AI?” but also understand its impact and implications within a business context, and why you and your fellow colleagues need to care.

Soon enough, you yourself will be an expert in ethical AI.

Ethical AI Newsletter

Moving from AI ethics to AI policy

In recent years, AI has evolved from science fiction to part of our everyday lives. Emerging tech is on the cusp of revolutionizing global value chains. Shaping a “new corporate tomorrow” is already taking place, and the ethical issues related to AI have been laid out in numerous executive debates. To secure democratic values and a high standard of transparency, we must take AI Ethics to the next level: AI Policy.

The EU takes on Trustworthy AI with ALTAI

On July 17, 2020, the High-Level Expert Group on Artificial Intelligence (AI HLEG) presented the final Assessment List for Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence (ALTAI). 2021.AI is honored to be on the front lines of ethical innovation in the EU, contributing as one of 50 selected companies engaged in an open workstream to provide best practices for the ALTAI final development.

Facial recognition technology: We must welcome regulations

When it comes to facial technology and its controversies, it is clear that something needs to be done. Applying facial recognition models to identify and track citizens and allowing apps that can recognize anyone ever to post a picture online is unacceptable. But can we keep this technology in check?

Denmark introduces mandatory legislation for AI and Data Ethics

As the first country in the world, Denmark will introduce mandatory company legislation for AI and Data Ethics. This legislation will force companies in the online space to release public information about their data ethics policies. If asked, they must provide information on which algorithms companies use in their platforms and prove that these algorithms live up to transparency requirements.

Get in touch

Ready to transform your business and take AI into production?

Book a demo