Many forward-thinking industry leaders hope to make use of the power of artificial intelligence, but wish to do so as responsibly as possible. AI and machine learning can produce strong opinions within companies - particularly when concerning governance, autonomy and protecting human rights.
The International human rights and legal responsibilities of businesses developing AI paper serves as an introduction to the subject of ethical, responsible and explainable AI (XAI). Working closely with Dr Lane of the University of Groningen, Slimmer AI is on a mission to close the gap between human rights and the development of artificial intelligence in the private sector.
'Over the years, artificial intelligence ('AI') technologies have advanced at an unprecedented pace, resulting in increased reliance upon it by both governments and the private sector. While the deployment of AI has generated many advantages for the current generation, it could also have potentially harmful human rights and legal consequences.
A particular concern in applying AI is the so-called 'black box‘ model used to compute algorithms that are difficult to comprehend, even by experts in the field. Not knowing how an AI system came to a particular end-result is problematic when action is taken based on the outcome and the decision may have to be justified at the time or thereafter. This is especially true when the algorithmic-based decision leads to human rights interference such as discrimination.
To better understand how AI works and reaches conclusions, companies like Slimmer AI have developed explainable AI (XAI) to employ in their products, such as their anti-money laundering (AML) transaction monitoring software.The XAI technology aims to use techniques that are transparent and interpretable, to make some of the processes occurring in the 'black box‘ interpretable and transparent.
We set out to explore the international legal and human rights considerations that AI companies would need to satisfy in the development of AI software, with a specific focus on XAI.'
To support your use of the website of Slimmer AI, we, Slimmer AI traded by Target Holding B.V., need to register some of your information. We consider taking proper care of your data of utmost importance. We treat all information you provide as confidential.
In this privacy statement we explain how we process your data. If you have any questions, remarks or complaints please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your data is used for the following purposes:
Based on your data, the website of Slimmer AI does not make autonomous decisions which affect you or other people.
The website of Slimmer AI only stores your data as long as your account exists. You may delete your account at any time. If you use the website of Slimmer AI without a personal account, we only store the data you provide for as long as needed to be of service to you.
For security reasons we store your IP address up to a maximum duration of 1 month. However when a user attempts to access the website of Slimmer AI in a way that clearly differs from its intended use, this can be considered suspicious activity. As a result, the IP address may be stored for a maximum of 2 years for security purposes, and the IP address may be reported to organizations involved in internet security.
Any statistics based partly on your data will be stored, but cannot be used to identify you.
The website of Slimmer AI has no intention to process information of users younger than 16 years of age, unless they are permitted to use the website of Slimmer AI by their legal guardians. However, we have no reliable way to determine the actual age of users. We therefore advise parents to be involved in their children’s online internet activities to prevent any data being gathered without their permission.
If you feel that we gathered personal data from minors without proper permission, please contact us at email@example.com. We will remove the data upon your request.
All your data is protected by state of the art technology. This ensures that your data cannot be accessed by parties who have no business doing so. If you feel that this is not happening in an appropriate way, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Slimmer AI traded by Target Holding B.V. does not sell your data to third parties. Your data is only shared when this is needed for proper operation of the website of Slimmer AI, or to fulfil lawful obligations.
Any data we share with third parties is based on a data processing agreement with these parties. This agreement ensures that the parties process your data under the same terms that we do. Any shared data will be as restricted in scope and size as possible, given the purpose for which it is shared.
The website of Slimmer AI may also make use of third party cookies like Google Analytics. These cookies allow us to analyze the operation and usage of the website of Slimmer AI.
You are entitled to view your data stored by the website of Slimmer AI, and you are entitled to have your data corrected or removed. You can send a request to do so to email@example.com.