Scoping AI governance: a smarter tool kit for beneficial applications
PublisherArtificial Intelligence (AI) Discrimination Governance Canada
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Artificial intelligence (AI) systems can be used to promote equality and non-discrimination, but without the right AI governance strategies, they can have the opposite effect. This paper aims to provide policy-makers with the tools they need to build beneficial AI systems. Harmful biases in AI systems often disproportionately affect racialised, low-income and minority groups. For example, algorithms that over-or underestimate scores create false-positive and false-negative results that can perpetuate systemic discrimination. Policymakers can address these concerns through interventions and regulations that promote AI fairness.
Centre for International Governance Innovation 2021
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27 Jan 2022