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Trustworthiness of AI in Law Debated at International Roundtable

September 23, 2019, Bloomberg Law

Lee Tiedrich recently participated in the “AI and the Rule of Law Roundtable” in Athens and spoke with Bloomberg Law about with the event, which was , focused on ensuring that AI tech works as intended—and that those who implement and operate such systems are competent to do so.


Ms. Tiedrich says, “Although the Roundtable participants came from different geographic regions and different sectors, there was a lot of consensus around the trustworthiness principles and the need for practices and an appropriate legal framework to implement them. There also was general consensus that collaboration among stakeholders is important for developing these practices and for considering the legal frameworks.” She adds that efforts should continue to implement the “fairness principle” designed to protect individuals, including those subject to criminal proceedings, “against harmful or unintended bias in the use of AI.”

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