Trustworthy AI in Law and Society

The Institute for Trustworthy AI in Law & Society (TRAILS) is the first organization to integrate artificial intelligence participation, technology and governance during the design, development, deployment and oversight of AI systems. We investigate what trust in AI looks like, how to create technical AI solutions that build trust, and which policy models are effective in sustaining trust. In addition to UMD, GW and Morgan State, other participation in TRAILS comes from Cornell University, and private sector organizations like the DataedX Group, Planet Word, Arthur AI, Checkstep, FinRegLab and Techstars.

Continue ReadingTrustworthy AI in Law and Society

Atlanta Interdisciplinary AI (AIAI) Network

The AIAI Network believes that an equitable, ethical, and justice-oriented approach to AI is possible when humanistic ways of thinking come together with technical knowledge and community expertise. It's a collaboration initiative with founding member organizations Emory University, Clark Atlanta University, Georgia Institute of Technology, and DataedX Group. We aim to bring the city of Atlanta, with its historical place in the civil rights movement, to current conversations about the biases embedded in our AI systems.

Continue ReadingAtlanta Interdisciplinary AI (AIAI) Network