Explaining decisions made with AI ICO guidance 1st anniversary

29/07/2021 | ICO

A 2019 report indicated that AI could help UK GDP grow between 10% and 22% by 2030. Given AI's reliance on personal data, it is easy to see why the ICO focuses on ensuring businesses adopting the technology will use people's information fairly. In a blog post, the ICO reflects on work with The Alan Turing Institute to produce its 'Explaining decisions made with AI' guidance - now one year old.  Fifty-six organizations said the guidance “clearly defined the key elements needed to build explainable AI systems.” In response to the input, fundamental elements of the guidance were added to new “at a glance” sections for easier access and case studies will be added to highlight practical examples. 

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