Print Email Facebook Twitter From AI ethics principles to data science practice Title From AI ethics principles to data science practice: a reflection and a gap analysis based on recent frameworks and practical experience Author Georgieva, I.N. Lazo, C.B. Timan, T. van Veenstra, A.F.E. Publication year 2022 Abstract In the field of AI ethics, after the introduction of ethical frameworks and the evaluation thereof, we seem to have arrived at a third wave in which the operationalisation of ethics is central. Operationalisation is required, since ethics frameworks are often not suited to be used by data scientists in the development of AI-based services or products. Therefore, in this paper, we aim to contribute to this third wave by mapping AI ethical principles onto the lifecycle of an AI-based digital service or product and combining it with an explicit governance model to clarify responsibilities in operationalisation. We then discuss practical, conceptual, and political implications of this analysis to end with key challenges around operationalising AI ethics. Subject AI ethicsAI lifecycleRegulation of AIData scienceOperationalisation of ethicsGovernance of AI To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:a25fc3d9-4b82-44c3-bd0d-8fdaab7afff1 TNO identifier 981622 Source AI and Ethics, 2 (2), 697-711 Document type article Files To receive the publication files, please send an e-mail request to TNO Library.