Responsible data sharing for AI

This content was created by the NL AI Coalition, one of the founding partners of the CoE-DSC.

Together with algorithms, data is the building block for AI applications, which must function properly and responsibly. The data sharing working group of the Dutch AI Coalition (NL AIC) has published the report ‘Responsible data sharing for AI’ for its members including a manual to realise AI implementations (proof of concepts). In addition, data sharing courses have been developed for various target groups.

This provides a knowledge base to actually get started. In March, a number of AI use cases will be selected to be implemented as proof of concepts in 2020. In this way, it will be possible to learn how to share data responsibly between AI applications.

This result has been achieved through a financial contribution from the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate, coordinated by TNO and in close cooperation with members of the working group.

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