AI: In search of the human dimension. Involve citizens and experiment responsibly
Artificial intelligence, or AI, has resulted in many innovations in recent years, prompting government organisations to consider how they too can use AI to address social issues or to improve their performance. AI can, for example, be used in algorithmic decision-making. There are also drawbacks to using AI in this way, however, one being the risk of discrimination. To guard against such adverse effects, EU and national policymakers aim to establish ethical frameworks for AI development and to regulate the use of AI. In addition to that TNO is developing amethodology for testing AI systems for algorithmic decision-making, known as the Dynamic Impact Assessment. This system will make it possible to analyse the shorter and longer-term effects of an AI application and to consider the interests of the various stakeholders, including the general public.
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