ALLAI

WORKING
TOGETHER FOR
RESPONSIBLE AI

ALLAI

WORKING TOGETHER FOR RESPONSIBLE AI

Alliance for
Responsible Artificial Intelligence

  • RESPONSIBLE AI

    Achieve safe, responsible, robust, dependable and ethical AI, by involving all stakeholders

  • OPEN DEBATE

    Provide an open and inclusive platform to discuss the impact of AI on people and society

  • AWARENESS

    Increase public knowledge and awareness of the benefits and challenges of AI

  • LOCAL ACTION

    Foster local collaboration between stakeholders and shape national AI policies

  • GLOBAL OUTREACH

    Collaborate with European and global players and decision makers in AI

  • AI FOR GOOD

    Identify, promote and foster AI developments for the benefit of humanity

ALLAI Responsible AI Program

After successfully putting Responsible AI on the agenda, we feel that now it is time for action. To all organisations that are looking to effectively implement Responsible AI into their operations, ALLAI proudly announces the ALLAI Responsible AI Program. A unique program that helps you shape your Responsible AI strategy and go from principles to action.

3 modules

Responsible AI Leadership Module

Awareness building for executives and middle management on technical, legal, ethical and societal challenges and opportunities of AI.

Responsible AI Impact Assessment

Organisation-wide screening and assessment of the the ethical, legal and workforce implications of AI in your business or organisation.

Responsible AI Implementation Module

Development of a Responsible AI Strategy Process, including advisory and tooling for internal procedures, roles and responsibilities.

RESPONSIBLE AI

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has the potential to have significant advantages for society.

As with every disruptive technology, AI also entails risks and complex policy challenges in areas such as safety and monitoring, socio- economic aspects, ethics and privacy, reliability, to name a few.

To fully reap the benefits and opportunities of Al and at the same adequately address the risks and challenges collaboration between all stakeholders is necessary.

ALLAI provides the platform for active involvement of all stakeholders in achieving Responsible Al – from as early as the development stage up to the ultimate use in our daily lives.

We believe that this collaborative and inclusive approach will lead to increased social involvement, trust and support with respect to the further development and use of AI.

Responsible
Development of AI

ALLAI promotes development of Al with our values, freedom, safety, dignity, autonomy, health and prosperity in mind. This requires application of the ‘ethics, rule of law, and social responsibility by design‘ principles where appropriate.

Responsible
Deployment of AI

ALLAI promotes deployment of Al that is provenly safe, robust, fair and explainable, trained with high quality data, containing high quality code and developed in multi-stakeholder teams. AI that remains responsible throughout its lifetime.

Responsible
Use of AI

ALLAI promotes responsible use of Al, taking into consideration both the positive and negative impact that AI can have on people and society at large. From the effect on jobs, equality, education and access, to economy and competitiveness.

ALLAI THEMES

ALLAI focuses on 6 broad themes that cover AI’s advantages as well as
the risks and challenges it brings.

ALLAI shall set up various actions for each themes such as working
groups, research, awareness building, round tables, global outreach.

High Quality AI

Ethics of AI

Social Impact of AI

Education & Skills

Rights & Accountability

AI for Good

LATEST NEWS

ALLAI BOARD

The board of ALLAI is formed by the three Dutch members of the
European High Level Expert Group on AI

CATELIJNE
MULLER

Expert on AI and society, Master of Law

AIMEE VAN
WYNSBERGHE

Ass. Professor of Ethics and Technology

VIRGINIA
DIGNUM

Professor in Social Artificial Intelligence

“Let’s take a human-in-command approach to AI, where we decide if, when and how we use AI in our daily lives”.

Catelijne Muller – President ALLAI

“AI will be a powerful tool for social justice, but only if it’s done with inclusion, diversity, and fairness as drivers”

Aimee van Wynsberghe - Board Member ALLAI

“AI is not value free. It bears implicitly the values of those that developed it”

Virginia Dignum - Board Member ALLAI

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