WAICOM – Workshop on AI Compliance Mechanism (full day)
With the development and spread of AI techniques, ensuring the adherence of AI’s behavior to legal and ethical principles has become a major subject. General fear of the unintended effects of AI systems, by its actions and its use of personal data, has led to a strong demand for trustworthy AI. This is a central concern that has become prominent both in public opinion and policy maker’s agenda. The EU High-Level Expert Group on AI, recently convened by the European Commission, published a report on “Ethics Guidelines for Trustworthy AI” says that AI systems should be: – lawful, complying with all applicable laws and regulations – ethical, ensuring adherence to ethical principles and values. The purpose of this workshop is to bring researchers together to present approaches to tackling legal/ethical AI compliance problems and to discuss selected challenges arising from AI compliance. We also solicit use cases related with AI compliance problems to create a basis to investigate common problems for future collaboration.