If you don’t build it, they won’t come

Ana Brandusescu
Nov 28, 2019 · 6 min read

Regardless of its utility, responsible artificial intelligence (Responsible AI) is a term that is here to stay — a response to technology that’s driven by private sector interests, opaque to many of its users. Declarations, guidelines, and frameworks are being co-created, launched and promoted across academia, industry, governments, and civil society. Responsible AI can be interpreted as accountable and fair algorithms that reduce bias across a range of factors including gender, race, and sexual-orientation, and resonates with the “don’t be evil” mantra. ‘Being responsible’, in this case…