The demand for ethical artificial intelligence (AI) services (including terms such as “explainable AI” or “responsible AI”) has skyrocketed, in part due to some of the troubling practices employed by large technology companies.

Everyday media is full of news of privacy breaches, algorithmic biases and AI oversights. In the past decade, public perceptions have shifted from a state of general obliviousness, to a growing recognition that AI technologies, and the massive amounts of data that power them, pose very real threats to privacy, accountability, and transparency, and to…

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