The AI Ethics Gudelines Global Inventory

Inventory (c) Gerhard Schimpf
Inventory (c) Gerhard Schimpf

AI and Ethics is currently a hot topic. On what basis regulation should take place and on what criteria should be applied is an open question. The international debate between science, industry, and policy makers reaches the civil society. ACM Europe has issued a white paper about ADM (automated decision making systems).

https://europe.acm.org/binaries/content/assets/public-policy/ie-euacm-adm-report-2018.pdf

New ethics committees are spreading in government circles and industry. A myriad of papers and guidelines are being published from diverse sources. AlgorithmWatch, a German non-profit research and advocacy organization has the task to evaluate and shed light on algorithmic decision making processes that have a social relevance. This group has started to collect and evaluate these ethics guidelines. The following link will show you the current status:

https://algorithmwatch.org/en/project/ai-ethics-guidelines-global-inventory/

Following this link you will find a report form. If you are aware of any publication that shluld be listed here, you are welcome to report and provide feedback.

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Gerhard Schimpf, the recipient of the ACM Presidential Award 2016, has a degree in Physics from the University of Karlsruhe. As a former IBM development manager and self-employed consultant for international companies, he has been active in ACM for over four decades. He was a leading supporter of ACM Europe, serving on the first ACM Europe Council in 2009. He was also instrumental in coordinating ACM’s spot as one of the founding organizations of the Heidelberg Laureates Forum. Gerhard Schimpf is a member of the German Chapter of the ACM (Chair 2008 – 2011) and a member of the Gesellschaft für Informatik. --oo-- Gerhard Schimpf, der 2016 mit dem ACM Presidential Award geehrt wurde, hat an der TH Karlsruhe Physik studiert. Als ehemaliger Manager bei IBM im Bereich Entwicklung und Forschung und als freiberuflicher Berater international tätiger Unternehmen ist er seit 40 Jahren in der ACM aktiv. Er war Gründungsmitglied des ACM Europe Councils und gehört zum Founders Club für das Heidelberg Laureate Forum, einem jährlichen Treffen von Preisträgern der Informatik und Mathematik mit Studenten. Gerhard Schimpf ist Mitglied des German Chapter of the ACM (Chairperson 2008 – 2011) und der Gesellschaft für Informatik.


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