The Nordic Privacy Center has established a diverse and multi-disciplinary steering board, consisting of members representing industry, policy, trade unions, and academia from the Nordic region. We are so excited and humbled to work with these very competent, valued members.
ANE's recent report informs that engineers alone cannot shoulder the responsibility of ethical AI, but must have collaborative help - in order to create trustworthy AI, "engineers are calling for guidance, governance and space to voice concerns and to sustain discussions".
We are excited to announce a collaboration with DataEthics to develop a shared Nordic evidenced-based approach to European data and AI strategies. The collaboration will have a specific focus on a human-centric approach to the automatisation of the Welfare State, independent from state and industry interests.
The Center's first publication is available - the article "Trust, transparency, and openness: How inclusion of cultural values shapes Nordic national public policy strategies for artificial intelligence (AI)" was published Open Access in the journal, Technology in Society.