Responsible AI and Its Stakeholders

Workshop paper

Gabriel Lima, Meeyoung Cha



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Lima, G., & Cha, M. Responsible AI and Its Stakeholders.

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Lima, Gabriel, and Meeyoung Cha. “Responsible AI and Its Stakeholders” (n.d.).

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Lima, Gabriel, and Meeyoung Cha. Responsible AI and Its Stakeholders.

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  title = {Responsible AI and Its Stakeholders},
  author = {Lima, Gabriel and Cha, Meeyoung}

Responsible Artificial Intelligence (AI) proposes a framework that holds all stakeholders involved in the development of AI to be responsible for their systems. It, however, fails to accommodate the possibility of holding AI responsible per se, which could close some legal and moral gaps concerning the deployment of autonomous and self-learning systems. We discuss three notions of responsibility (i.e., blameworthiness, accountability, and liability) for all stakeholders, including AI, and suggest the roles of jurisdiction and the general public in this matter.



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