Artificial Intelligence and the Rights of the Child: Towards an Integrated Agenda for Research and Policy
This report proposes a set of science-for-policy future directions for AI and child’s rights.
All our publications on Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence in Automated/Autonomous Driving
Trustworthy requirements for AVs have a heterogeneous level of maturity, and bring new research and development challenges in different areas.
This report aims to advance towards a general framework on Trustworthy AI for the specific domain of Autonomous Vehicles (AVs).
This paper provides a comprehensive view of the different perspectives involved in the evaluation of Recommender Systems for children.
On 20.-21. May 2019, the Police and Human Right Programme (PHRP) of Amnesty International Netherlands held an expert meeting on predictive policing...
The application of artificial intelligence (AI) to music stretches back many decades, and presents numerous unique opportunities for a variety of uses, such as the recommendation of recorded music from massive commercial archives, or the (semi-)automated creation of music.
Why Machine Learning May Lead to Unfairness: Evidence from Risk Assessment for Juvenile Justice in Catalonia
In this paper we study the limitations of Machine Learning (ML) algorithms for predicting juvenile recidivism. Particularly, we are interested in analyzing the trade-off between predictive performance and fairness. To that extent, we evaluate fairness of ML models in conjunction with SAVRY
This report presents a European view of Artificial Intelligence (AI) based on independent research and analysis by the European Commission Joint