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New Ethics Institute/Atlantic Council Report on Building AI and Data Ethics Capacity in Organizations

A new report, Getting from Commitment to Content in AI and Data Ethics: Justice and Explainability, by Ethics Institute researchers Ronald Sandler and John Basl discusses how to translate general AI and data ethics principles, which have been widely adopted by organizations, into action-guiding commitments. The report focuses on two common ethical commitments in AI and data use: a commitment to justice and a commitment to transparency. The report shows that the first step of fulfilling these commitments is specifying them into more substantive guidance and then operationalizing that guidance into concrete standards and practices. It has been published in collaboration with the Atlantic Council GeoTech Center and is part of the Ethics Institute’s project Data Ethics: Building Ethical Awareness and Reflective Capacity

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